Dr Isah Adamu, Chairman of NSUBEB, disclosed this during a two-day roundtable discussion on revamping basic education in Niger State in Minna on Thursday.
Browsing: Gov Abubakar Sani Bello
The president, in a congratulatory message issued by his spokesman, Femi Adesina, in Abuja on Wednesday, urged the new Emir to use the wealth of experience garnered in the public sector to serve his people and bring development to his domain.
He made the call when he visited the state to commiserate with Gov. Abubakar Sani-Bello of Niger over the recent abduction of students of Government Science College, Kagara in Minna on Thursday.
Abdullahi Wuse, Speaker of the House, disclosed this when he led other members to commiserate with the state governor on the recent abduction of school students and passengers at the Government House Minna, on Saturday.
The Federal Government promised to act on the Bida-Lapai-Lambata and Mokwa-Tegina-Birnin-Gwari Trunk A roads, as well as support the state government on the remaining repairs of Minna-Suleja Road, particularly from Farin Doki to Minna, which formed the basis for the temporary reopening of the earlier closed road.
The governor gave the order when he visited the victims of the flood that occurred in Suleja, where no fewer than 13 persons lost their lives, seven injured and properties worth millions of naira were destroyed as a result of a heavy rainfall in some parts of Niger.
The event, which took place through video conferencing, was coordinated at the Aso Rock Villa, Abuja and the Governors of Kogi, Kaduna and Kano States also participated simultaneously.
Governor Bello disclosed his thoughts when he took delivery of items donated by the Nigeria Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19, a joint initiative of leading private sector leaders and the Central Bank of Nigeria.