CITAD Honour Students For Reporting Abandoned, Uncompleted Projects
Three students, Aliyu Musa from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Hauwa’u Abdullahi Kano state University of Science and Technology Wudil, and Auwal Ibrahim Adamu, Bayero university Kano, have emerged winners of CITAD’S report a project competition.
The Centre said, the winners of the 7th edition of the competition, were honoured to encourage them to continue contributing their quota, for the sustainable growth and development of the country.
Report a Project is a program, supported by MacArthur Foundation, aimed at encouraging students in Nigerian Universities and tertiary institutions to contribute their bids, to eradicate the scourge of corruption in Nigeria for sustainable development.
In his remarks, the Deputy Executive Director of the Center, Malam Ahmed Abdullahi Yakasai explained that, abandonment of projects paved the way for the backwardness of many societies.
He stressed that, the report a project competition mobilizes youths and encourages them to report, so that the center would use legal procedures to call the attention of stakeholders, on the need to complete the projects.
”CITAD is a non-partisan organization that does not segregate”.
Malam Ahmed Abdullahi, charged youths to continue strategizing, as the center would not relent in it’s efforts towards the fight against corruption, and ensuring good governance.
In their remarks, winners of the 7th edition of report a project competition, Aliyu Musa, Hauwa’u Abdullahi and Auwal Ibrahim Adamu highlighted that, the handsets and laptop given to them, would go a long way in assisting their research and other academic endeavors.
They advised students to rededicate themselves to their studies, and provide any meaningful information to relevant stakeholders, such as uncompleted abandoned projects to mitigate corruption.
The report a project competition is organized by CITAD with support from MacArthur foundation, which is targeted at encouraging students from tertiary institutions, to report abandoned uncompleted or poorly executed projects in their respective communities.