How to make issue# mandatory in GIT while committing

We are setting up GIT. We want to make the user mandatory to enter the issue # in the beginning of comment. LIke “Issue 3222: Fix for result variations”. Is there a way to configure some sort of regular expression so that this check is made before committing?

Thanks,
Satish

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    You may take a look at pre-commit hook.

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