Kaduna Government to ensures qualitative, quantitative education for students — Official
By: Femi Mustapha
Kaduna State Focal Person, Social Intervention programs, Mrs. Amina Atoyebi has said the State government working round the Cock to ensure the equipment of Schools in other for Students to get qualitative and quantitative education.
Atoyebi disclosed this while fielding questions from Journalists at the Commemoration of the International Day of Girl Child held for Students of Government Girls Secondary School, Kawo, Kaduna northwest Nigeria on 14th October 2021.
She noted that the present administration is keen on prioritizing the Girl-child in the state, to see that they attain their goals with or without barriers.
The program was organized by
Social protection Accountability Coalition KADSPAC with support from Save the Children International.
Atoyebi added that part of the commitments by the State government is establishing the Special Science Schools which will cater to the requirements of the students in the state.
Replying to requests made by the students, she pledged to take back the messages to the relevant MDAs to ensure that those needs students are been attended to.
“Base on the requirements made by these students, am happy to see that the request is stem base on Science, technology, Engineering Maths.
Am not holding brief, am not responsible, but what I will do is to ensure that this feedback gets to the relevant authorities and ensure that they do what is necessary, if they don’t come here, they won’t understand and see the challenges these students are faced with.
It’s an inconvenience for Rimi college and GGSS Kawo, so we will take it back and see how they can expedite actions so that they can go back to their school”.
Speaking earlier to the students, she encouraged them to be Digital driven, noting that the world is going digital.