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Outcry In Kaduna Over Suspension Of Firewood, Charcoal For Cooking

Outcry In Kaduna Over Suspension Of Firewood, Charcoal For Cooking

Kaduna residents have reacted to the suspension of felling of trees for timber, firewood, charcoal in the State.

According to DAILY POST, the residents complained that while the price of gas for cooking has risen beyond every household’s pocket, the only alternative, firewood and charcoal meant for the low-income earners, and unemployed members of the society have been suspended by the state government.

DAILY POST reports that the Kaduna state government had suspended the felling of trees for timber, firewood, charcoal for commercial purposes in Chikun, Giwa, Kachia, Birnin Gwari, Igabi, Kauru, Kajuru local government areas of the state on September 24, 2021. Jamb Result

As reported by DAILY POST, those living in these Local Governments areas of the state have lamented on how difficult the situation has been since the suspension.

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Also, Mallam Mohammed Garba, a resident in Kajuru, was displeased over the suspension.

According to DAILY POST, Mallam Mohammed Garba, said, “What we are passing through in Kaduna today is becoming unbearable. This is a state where there are no jobs, even labourer work doesn’t exist. Kidnapping every day. Even if you have a farm, you hardly go for fear of kidnappers.

“You go to market, prices keep increasing every day. Many people cannot afford to buy foodstuff any longer. Even if you buy, no fire, no firewood, no charcoal. You can’t even ask of gas because it’s above middle-level men in the state.” Information Guide Nigeria

Also speaking, Hajia Bilkisu Umar, a resident in Igabi said, “The only motive for the long suspension of felling of trees is because, the government wants people to pass through serious hunger, poverty, and be subjected to slavery”.

Alhaji Umar of  Birnin Gwari said, “Nobody is comfortable in the state as I am talking with you. Majority, (if not all) are finding it difficult to eat because the means is no longer there. If you are fortunate, and a friend gives you rice or beans, wood, charcoal is another obstacle because you have a government that wants to protect you from bandits. Since the suspension, has bandits stopped?”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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