ALHAJI AbdullahiUmar Ganduje, Kano state governor, on Wednesday in Kano, has commended Sufaye Investment Limited for delivering expired food items worth N175 million to the state government.
The chairman of the Sufaye Investment, Alhaji Ahmed Sufi had delivered the said expired food and drinks items to Kano Consumer Protection Council, (KCPC) for destruction.
Gov. Ganduje in the commendation letter, praised Sufaye as being a worthy ambassador of soft drinks and water dealers as well as other edible food items in the state
The chairman Taskforce on consumer protection council, Baffa Babba Dan Agundi, said Sufi is a rare commodity owner in the state who has been assisting the agency in fishing out bad people who sell expired goods to the public.
He disclosed that even last year, Sufi, in collaboration with the leadership of Singer Market, worked tirelessly during Ramadan to fish out bad eggs.
He added that “the singer market leadership, under Alh Bello are our good friends. However, this development came from Sufaye alone, worth 175m.”
This gesture earned the Chairman huge praise and commendation from governor Ganduje.
While reacting to the development, Alhaji Ahmed Sufi said “we delivered this goods to the agency because we believe in the leadership of the agency under Baffa Babba Dan Agundi.
“We will continue to partner with the agency to protect the innocent citizens of our dear state and the country at large.”