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Kano recruits over 7500 NCE teachers – Gov Ganduje

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By MUSA DISO

Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State says that the State Government recruits over 7500 NCE Teachers to enhance the quality of education delivery in public schools across the state.
Ganduje stated this at the launching of Basic Education Service Delivery for all (BESDA) And distribution of offer of appointment to 7500 NCE Teachers held at Sani Abacha Stadium Kano recently. Noted that the recruitment of more qualified teachers in public school in the state will go a long way in improving the performance of the public schools pupils and student in national examination.
The governor re-iterated the readiness of his administration to reclaim the lost glory in the educational sector.
He said government will collaborate with relevant stakeholders that will help the education system in the state, he added that since his administration assume office for the second term, we remain consistent in our assertion that education will remain our focal priority.
The governor explain that as a mark of demonstration to this, we have so released over 3 billion naira for the construction and renovation of classes in our primary school across the state and also expended over 150 million Naira for the provision of a instructional materials in our basic education schools.
In his remark the commissioner for education, Kano State, Alhaji Muhammad Sunusi Sa’idu, (Maji Dadin Kiru) said since the inception of democratic governance in Nigeria, precisely 2 decades ago we had not seen a government that invest so much in education sector like the government of Ganduje.
Maji Dadin Kiru explain that Ganduje first term in office has not only consolidate but move to the state to the next level, he has brought hope in abundance made all of us acknowledge the fact that Kano is worth working and dying for after all, he brought the state back in to global reckoning and convince skeptic that things can work here.
He commanded the Ganduje administration in his effort to provide free and compulsory primary and secondary education for all in the state.
The chairman state universal basic education board Kano, Dr. Danlami Hayyo said the present administration under the leadership governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has come out with template that will promote and consolidate the education sector in the state and to actualize this mission, the state government has organized education summit where education stakeholders across the nation where invited and deliberate on education issue with view to address the challenges and came up the solution for the benefit of our dear children.

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