Governorship Aspirant Muses Return of Free, Compulsory Education to Kano
Free and compulsory primary and secondary education may return to Kano State from 2023 as part government’s educational policy.
This was revealed by Inuwa Ibrahim Waya, a gubernatorial hopeful who said his solution to socio-political and economic problems in the state must begin with quality education for the youth.
Waya said he believes Kano State has better potentials than many states around the world because of its strategic geographical positioning, its huge population and its historical antecedent.
He explained that he is already working towards making access to education easier for the indigent youths in the state through the provision of basic educational materials.
According to him, “Recently we launched the distribution writing materials to schools across the state and we have been doling out Hijabs to Islamiyya schools, and we will continue in the same vein until we are satisfied our youths of schools age are not out of school just because they lack those essentials.”
In recognition his support for the development of education in the state, the Faculty of Humanities at the Yusuf Maitama Sule University for gave him acknowledging his efforts in service to humanity, especially in the education an award of distinction in that regard during the international conference organized by the university.
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