The Zamfara State deputy governor, Malam Ibrahim Wakala has observed that for the federal government’s anti -corruption crusade to be successful, there was need for massive sensitization of the public.
Speaking at a two-day capacity building programme on project management /monitoring and evaluation for CSOs and CBOs in Zamfara State, Wakala said, the sensitization would properly educate the public on the negative effects of corruption.
The deputy governor who spoke through the state Commissioner for Higher Education, Professor Kabir Umar, said government is dynamic and therefore ought to device more means of sensitization at all levels of the society.
In his presentation, the Chief Imam of Muslim Foundation Jumm’at Mosque, Shiek Tukur Jangebe decried the perpetration of corrupt practice in the government.
He advised the government not to discriminate in the fight against corruption.
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