Kaduna government issues a warning against the marketing of palliative forms

    Governor of Kaduna State, Uba Sani, issued a warning to criminal elements on Friday regarding their purported sale of forms to citizens in communities throughout the state, with the intention of discouraging them from receiving palliative care and other government interventions.

    He issued the warning in a statement that Muhammad Lawal Shehu, his chief press secretary, signed.

    There are no forms available for purchase under any pretense as social registers or palliatives, and the public is hereby informed of this. I vehemently denounce this unwholesome act by the criminal elements in our midst.

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    To do this, the governor of Kaduna State is dedicated to making sure that the palliatives reach the intended recipients.

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    The governor established the palliatives committee in July 2023 to devise strategies for the distribution of these palliatives. Since then, the committee has been praised for its exceptional inclusivity, encompassing members of various organized labor organizations, religious and traditional leaders, persons with disabilities, local government chairmen, persons with disabilities, the Nigeria Labour Congress, Trade Union Congress, and youth and women’s groups.

    For information on the procedures to be recorded in the Kaduna State Social Register, residents of Kaduna State are also urged to get in touch with their local government councils.

    “The Kaduna State Social Register is a database that contains the names of low-income and vulnerable households in the state. It is used to determine who is eligible for specific government interventions and social protection programs.”

    Because of this, he asked the people to exercise extra caution and to report any suspicious activity or diversion of palliative care to the nearest authorities, as all criminals, if caught, will face legal consequences.

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