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Kano Explosion: President Buhari Consoles Affected Families

The recent Kano Explosion that claimed the lives of several people, including children, has attracted the presence of Muhammadu Buhari, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who paid a visit to the Families of those affected in the tragic incident.

Buhari who was in Kano for the Nigerian AirForce Week event, took time out with the families of the nine deceased persons at the palace of the Emir of Kano.

The President commiserated with the families, the Emir and the Kano State Government on the unfortunate incident as it would be recalled that an Kano explosion last week rocked the Sabongari area of the state capital of the state, leading to the death of nine persons and many more injured.

Gov Ganduje Gifts ₦9m to Deceased Families of Kano Explosion

Initially, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State said his government had given the sum of N9 million as compensation to the families of the deceased, while N2million was given to 10 persons who were seriously injured and N1million to those with minor injuries.

He further said a business centre, African Centre, affected by the explosion was given N2million while Winners Academy, which students suffered injuries from the explosion got N1million.

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