The Kano State Government said that it would restructure Kwari Market to sanitize and improve trading activities to world standard.
The state Commissioner for Justice, Ibrahim Muktar, said this on Tuesday while receiving executive members of Yan Tebura Mall in the market in his office.
A statement by the Public Relations Officer in the ministry, Auwalu Ado, said this in a statement made available to newsmen in Kano on Tuesday.
The commissioner was quoted as saying that the importance of Yan Tebura association could not be overemphasised.
Mr Muktar advised the members to organise themselves and support government’s policies and programmes so that government would continue to provide them with amenities to boost trading activities in the market.
“I urge the executive members to initiate new market strategies to encourage customers to patronise them,” the commissioner said.
Earlier, the Chairman of the association, Mustapha Yusuf, had said they were at commissioner’s office to inform him that some of their members were omitted in the last screening conducted by the state Public Complaint and Anti-Corruption Commission.
Mr Yusuf called on the commissioner to assist them by forwarding their complaints to the government so that the affected members could have market stands.