Kano Government Lifts Ban on Sporting Activities

‎Kano State Government on Tuesday announced a partial lifting of the ban on sporting activities in the state.

Chairman, Kano State Sports Commission, Ibrahim Galadima, made the announcement in a statement issued by Abbati Sabo, Public Relations Officer of the Commission in Kano.

The statement quoted Galadima as saying the decision was sequel to the partial lifting of restrictions on sports by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.

“The Commission wishes to announce the partial lifting of restrictions on sports in the state.

“The general public should note that only training is allowed, spectators are not allowed at the training events, while competitions should not be organised.

“All sport activities are to take place in compliance with COVID-19 protocols,”‎‎ the statement said.

(NAN)

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