overnor Abba Kabir Yusuf of Kano State has promised to use the debris from demolished sites to rebuild the old Kano walls which were pulled down years ago.
In a statement released by his Chief Press Secretary, Sanusi Tofa, the governor stated that the Kano walls would help to beautify and preserve the history of the state and make it a site of attraction, as a national monument.
Yusuf, who inspected some of the demolished sites in the state capital over the weekend, disclosed that the process to start the reconstruction process has commenced.
He called on the good people of Kano to continue to be law-abiding and report any suspicious movement to the security agencies for continuous peace and stability in the state.
The governor, however, warned intruders against planning to stop the demolition team, and security agencies from doing their jobs.
The statement reads: “People, who have no business are not needed to be seen at the demolition sites and the police and men of Nigeria Security and Civil Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has been mandated to provide security at the sites and guard it against intruders.
“All those, who are not involved in the demolition exercise should keep off, as security agencies will not hesitate to take appropriate actions against intruders and those, who tend to be recalcitrant.
“We went round the city to inspect the demolished sites and we decided to use the debris of the demolished sites to rehabilitate Kano city walls, so as to preserve history, beautify Kano, and make it a site of attraction, as a national monument.”