Governor Radda takes campaign of education for all children to Mashi

Kano state Governor, Malam Dikko Umaru Radda

Published By: Paul Dada By Maduabuchi Nmeribeh/Katsina Katsina state Governor, Malam Dikko Umaru Radda has taken campaign for compulsory primary, secondary and basic education for all children in Katsina state to Mashi Local Government Area, where he reiterated his commitment to boost the education sector. He described basic education as a right, not a privilege to all Katsina children, and encouraged parents to take advantage of government’s people’s friendly policies on education and send their children to school. According to a Statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Ibrahim Kaula Mohammed, Governor Radda stated this  was at Fara,  Gallu town, Mashi Local Government  Area where he was Guest of Honour at the sensitization programme  organized by  the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education. The sensitization programme was held in collaboration with the State Universal Education Board (SUBEB) and the Transforming Education System at the State Level (TESS/BESDA). The Governor said his administration is focused  on reviving education in the state. He reiterated his commitment to ensure  that education continue to receive topmost priority  as contained in his Buildingyourfuture blueprint, and commended the education ministry particularly for  leading  the renaissance. Our Correspondent  reports that the purpose of the programme was  to sensitize the community, especially rural residents, on the importance of secular education, both formal and informal.

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