The Kano state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has inaugurated the Governing Council of Kano State Polytechnic.
Speaking at the inauguration on Tuesday, the governor asked members of the council to restore the mandate of the polytechnic in terms of teaching, learning and research.
He also urged them to reappraise the institution’s programmes and ensure probity, transparency and accountability.
Ganduje called on members of the council to examine the laws establishing the institution and propose amendment request that would raise its status like order polytechnics in the country.
The governor warned that no case of corruption would be accommodated, adding that the council should make the institution a role model for all polytechnics.
Responding on behalf of other members, the Chairman of the council, Prof. Ahmed Abdullahi, thanked the governor for finding them fit to serve.
Abdullahi said that he was confident that the council would live up to expectation in the discharge of its duties.
The council, which has 10 members include, Dr Binta Jibrin, Habibu Yakasse, Prof. Mustafa Hassan, Abdullahi Abubakar, Prof. Muktar Kurawa, Sadiya Bichi and the school registrar. (NAN)