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Chief Imam: Politicians exploiting ‘Almajiris’

The Chief Imam, University of Abuja, Prof. Taofiq Abdulazeez, has berated politicians for sustaining the millions of Almajiri children in the North for selfish political gains.

92 arrested for violating anti-street begging law in Kano

The Kano State Hisbah Board on Wednesday said it had arrested 92 beggars in Kano metropolis for allegedly contravening the law on street begging.

Aisha Bagudu: I’m committed to helping less privileged, almajiris

The First lady of Kebbi state, Hajia Aisha Atiku Bagudu, has said that she is committed to helping the less privileged and the almajiris in the society through her foundation.

Hisbah arrests 98 beggars in Kano metropolis

The Kano State Hisbah Board on Thursday said it had arrested 98 beggars in Kano metropolis for allegedly contravening the law on street begging.

Muslim Council raises alarm over influx of Almajiris into Adamawa

Adamawa State Chapter of Muslim Council has raised alarm over the influx of Quranic School Pupils, also known as Almajiris into major towns in the state.

NYSC member trains 35 youths on skills acquisition

A member of the National Youth Service Corps, Rotarian Ujueze Somtoo, has empowered 35 youths in skills acquisition to make them self-reliant.

Don restates importance of girl-child education in society

A don, Dr Jamila Aliyu-Mohammed, of the Ahmadu Bello University has stressed the need for girl-child education for the benefit and well-being of the society.

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