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Kebbi: COMMITTEE Tasks Community Leaders, Parents to take active interest in Education.

Preparatory to the expected resumption of Schools, the Kalgo Local Government Education Committee today undertook an assessment tour to Kuka and Nayelwa Districts to ascertain the actual needs of Basic Education in the areas.

Committee’s Chairman Professor Faruk Aliyu Kalgo led members to meet with District and Village Heads as well as members of Districts Education Committees to chart way forward towards mobilising all concerned individuals and Organizations to key into the roadmap of improving the quality of Education in the local Government Area.

The Committee had interface on varying issues affecting Educational Sector in the area with a view to proffering lasting solutions to them.

While at Kuka, the District Head of Kuka and Chairman of District’s Committee Alh Bello Ardo Kuka represented by Alh Garba Ardo Kuka Mai Galaru requested for additional Qualified Teaching Staff to augument their shortage in most of the Schools in the District

Similarly, at Nayelwa,, the Committee tasks Community Leaders and Parents to ensure prompt enrollment of their Children especially Girls in Schools for the betterment of the Society.

Comprehensive reports from the two Districts detailing the entire needs of the sector were presented to the Committee’s Chairman Professor Faruk Aliyu Kalgo for consideration and necessary action.

The Committee also inspected an ongoing construction of a 3 Classroom block and furniture donated by the District Head of Nayelwa Alh Aminu Abubakar Lamidon Nayelwa as part of his contribution to Educational upliftment in the area.

In his remarks, Lamidon Nayelwa Alh Aminu Abubakar represented by Magajin Nayelwa, Alh Kabiru Magaji commended the Kebbi State Government and Kalgo Local Government for the establishment of the Committees describing the measure as timely intervention to salvage the state of education towards positive improvement.

The tour will continue to Kalgo and Diggi Districts in due course.

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