KDSG

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AcronymDefinition
KDSGKaduna State Government (Nigeria)
KDSGKernel Development Guidance (DII COE)
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KADUNA State Government says it will soon recruit 18 nutritionists for its renovated 255 Primary Health Centres (PHCs), particularly in rural areas, to curb cases of malnutrition in the state.
When asked if the IMN leader fulfilled the conditions imposed by the Kaduna State Government, Musa explained that he had no information on it.
However, the Kaduna state government later issued what it called terms of agreement for the release of Sheikh Zakzaky and his wife, delaying the release ordered by the court.
The Kaduna State government has spoken about its opposition to the new ASD Juma'at Mosque in the state capital
Kaduna State government has declared a state of emergency in the tomato sector after moths destroyed around 80% of the crop in the northern Nigerian state.
The secretary to the Kaduna state government, Balarabe Lawal, told an inquiry last week that 347 Shiites were killed during the December raids in Zaria.
It was jointly funded by the Kaduna State Government. However, World Bank-supported road access project, new schools are springing up in communities and student enrollment and attendance have increased, especially among girls.
The Kaduna state government is expected to institute a Judicial Inquiry on the matter and the report will guide the government in taking further action, the president added.
In response to the violence, the Kaduna state government imposed a 24-hour curfew and deployed additional security forces to restore peace; however, violence between Christians and Muslims continued throughout the week.
The Kaduna state government, run by a foresighted Governor Alhaji Ahmed Mohammed Markafi, has tried its hardest since the 2003 riots to reduce tension between the two religious groups and heal their wounds, to the extent that when the Deeper Life Bible Church, led by Pastor William.
Several hundred people have died in clashes between Christians and Muslims since the Kaduna state government decided early this year to introduce Sharia (Islamic law).
NIGERIA'S KADUNA STATE government paid damages to Christian and Muslim organizations for places of worship burned during February sectarian clashes over the state's adoption of the Islamic legal code.