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CHRICED To Partner CITAD In Combating Corruption Among Kano Youths

The Resource Centre for Human Rights & Civic Education (CHRICED) is set to partner with the Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) to enhance efforts in combating corruption and promoting accountability among the youth in Kano state.

This collaboration was announced on Tuesday, during an advocacy visit by the CHRICED team to the CITAD Office in Kano.

Mr. Sabiu Habibu Babawa, who led the CHRICED team, expressed the organization’s intention to partner with CITAD, particularly in the field of ICT and the utilization of social media to empower youths in demanding accountability from public officials.

He stressed the significance of CHRICED’s partnership with CITAD in amplifying the voices of the local community and advocating for accountability from government officials.

Responding to this initiative, Engr. Yunusa Zakari Ya’u, the Executive Director of CITAD, highlighted that CITAD has conducted a series of training sessions aimed at educating youth about the effective use of social media to hold leaders accountable.

He further mentioned that CITAD remains committed to supporting and strengthening the voice of the local community in their pursuit of accountability.

Engr. Yunusa Zakari Ya’u also extended an open invitation to CHRICED and other potential partners to collaborate in their joint mission to enhance society and combat corruption across both public and private sectors.

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