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(64): Kano’s Sodomy Case and its Flawed Resolution II

Muhsin Ibrahim @muhsin234 It is with a heavy heart and despair I write this article. I am now more than convinced that my earlier denunciation  ( Daily Trust , pg. 51; 6/01/2016) on the way the Kano state government (KNSG) handles the infamous sodomy case involving some boys at Hassan Ibrahim Gwarzo College, Kano fell on deaf and dumb ears. The resolution to finance their WAEC and NECO examinations was finalized and could not be reversed or even adjusted. I am not jealous nor unhappy with that; my concern is largely on the other multitude boys and girls literally abandoned by the same government to fend for themselves, while they require, in fact deserve, more assistance. Yet the government is still mute and unmoved by my and others diatribes. We cannot and will not, however, perhaps unknown to the government, relent. We demand for justice and fairness, and justice should be served. I was triggered once again to revisit this terrifying topic for sever