In Kano Senate donates N2m to victims of recent bomb blast

The last bomb blast, which occurred in Kano GSM Market, claimed many lives. Those who survived are still receiving treatment.

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The Senate, on Wednesday, donated N2 million to victims of the recent bomb attack in Kano, Kano State.

Sen. Bala Na’Allah, who led a delegation to the state, commiserated with the people and Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje at the Government House in Kano.

Na’Allah said the senate was very concerned and pained by the incident.

“The Senate asked us to commiserate with Gov. Ganduje and Kano people," he said.

Ganduje expressed delight with the senators’ visit, and prayed that God would reward them for the love and concern exhibited.

The last bomb blast, which occurred in Kano GSM Market, claimed many lives. Those who survived are still receiving treatment.

The delegation included Kabiru Gaya, Barau Jibrin, Jeremiah Useni and Larry Tejuosho.

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