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CITAD launches KASTO accountability app for Kano citizens.

by Mustapha Salisu
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The Center for Information and Technology Development (CITAD) has launched a software tagged, Kano State Accountability Application Tool known as “KASTO” to curb the menace of corrupt practices and abandon projects in the state.

CITAD Senior Project officer Malam Isah Garba said the KASTO app is accessible to all kano citizens for tracking and reporting any abandoned or constituency projects in the state

Malam Isah presented the KASTO app during   ‘Youth and Women Training on Politics’ across the State funded by Action Aid Nigeria on  Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) which will be used at the 2023 General election in the country.

The features of the KASTO app are free and easy to be used by all Kano citizens and can be downloaded through the Google Play Store.

The Project Officer stressed that youths need to be informed about every new development in the country and BVAS is among them.

Participants at the training unanimously emphasized more awareness to the youth,  as they are at the point of making the narrative positive come the 2023 general elections in a few weeks and will hold the government accountable.

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