Kano - The Kano State Government has described the multiple bomb attacks in the city as “unfortunate.”
The state acting governor, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje, made the condemnation when he visited the NNPC Mega Filling Station (the scene of Monday bomb blast) to assess the situation.
He promised that government would deploy gadgets in some strategic places in the commercial city to detect criminals.
He advised the residents to be extra vigilant and security conscious on the happenings in their respective surroundings.
He commended the security agencies for their efforts to check the activities of insurgents in the state.
Ganduje said the timely intervention of security agents at the NNPC Mega station was worthy of commendation, stressing that the action helped to save several lives.
The acting governor also visited Kofar Nasarawa and some of the injured victims receiving treatment at Murtala Muhammad hospital.
He promised the victims that government would offset their medical bills.
The state Police Commissioner Aderenle Shinaba, heads of security agencies and some members of the state Executive council accompanied Ganduje on the visit.