By Ibrahim Hassan
Governor of Kano state, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has today visited victims of Friday Arba’een symbolic trek bomb attack at Dakasoye village, Kano state.
The Governor and his entourage were at Nassarawa and Murtala Muhammad hospitals.
Speaking to newsmen, Dr. Ganduje said: “We are interacting with the Shi’ites here in Kano and the remaining parts of country. We know their faith, their religious fortitude and unparallel good attitudes towards religious matters. We will not hold them responsible for this fatal and unfortunate incident. They were really attacked by enemies of Islam and humanity".
He further described the incident as very unfortunate and handiwork of enemies of Islam, and therefore used the occasion to condole Leader of the Islamic Movement, Sayyid Ibraheem Zakzaky, Ameer of Kano zone, Sheikh Muhammad Mahmud Turi and the entire brothers and sisters in the fold of the movement.
He called on the Sheikh Zakzaky his followers, and entire peoples of the country to continue to pray to God to prevent future occurrence.
Governor Ganduje also prayed for the quick recovery of those who sustained injuries in the blasts.
He pledged that Kano state government support to those who sustained injuries.
Earlier in an interview, the state Commissioner of Health, had pledged the readiness of the state government to pay medical bills of the victims in the two hospitals.