BEHAVIOUR PROBLEM: THE CASE OF ‘YANDABA IN KANO, NIGERIA
The paper adopted both theoretical and positioned approach to the study of the ‘Yan Daba phenomenon in
Kano. Up-To-Date data on the prevalence and causes of the problem of the cohorts was collected using a
questionnaire (QSPD) that was designed by this writer. The questionnaire was administered to the officials of
the government agencies directly dealing with the urban group. The paper concludes that delinquent
behaviour is a product of the socio-economic predicaments facing the common man, which can be treated
through religious and vocational counselling.
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