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ACF backs govs, faults approach

Published by The Nation on Sat, 23 May 2020


Agency ReporterThe mouthpiece of Northern Nigeria, the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), has backed the governors of the region over the repatriation of Almajirai to their respective states, saying the menace of street begging by Almajiri is retrogressive.ACF National Publicity Secretary, Emmanuel Yawe, who reacted to the development on behalf of the forum, however faulted the approach adopted by the governors, saying that their approach was clumsy and uncoordinated.According to the ACF spokesman, the decision to repatriate Almajiris to their states was taken by the Northern Governors Forum and we have no quarrel with that because we dont believe in the almajirinci system.Its a retrogressive system. We dont believe in it at all. It is against the human development of the North and the development of the country. So, the ACF is against the almajirinci system.So, the decision of the governors to take them to their states of origin and the state to find their families, we totally agree with it.Read ALSO:Proprietors attack Northern govs over mass repatriation of almajiraiThis is because if somebody has given birth to a child, he should be in the position to look after that child and not to throw the child onto the streets.We support that decision. But the only problem is with the implementation. The implementation is very clumsy and the governors should sit up and implement in a proper way.The governors are implementing it haphazardly. It is not properly implemented. You cant just carry the almajiri in your state and without proper coordination with another state go and drop them and go away.If one state is taking them to another state, the state should be alerted accordingly so that the state should make proper arrangement to welcome and trace their parents and take them back to their parents (families).
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