By Sadiq Abubakar, Maiduguri –
Borno State Governor Babagana Zulum has donated the new Model High School in Gagagana and Magumeri LGA as part of their community responsibility for the Nigeria National Petroleum Cooperation (NPC) and Total Energy Infrastructure Project.
The governor, represented by his deputy. Osman Kadufur said the intervention was timely and appropriate as it supported the regional government’s efforts to improve the quality and standard of education in the region. 12 years.
According to him, the state government is working hard to change the narrative in the education sector by allocating huge sums of money to rehabilitate all educational infrastructure in the state.
“There has been a big change in this regard, many schools have been built and renovated. He further added that qualified teachers have been recruited to focus on science-based courses to improve the performance of the sector.
He also commended the NNPC and its partners for their relentless efforts to intervene in the state, which the Borno state government has accomplished in all key areas of the state.
“Therefore, the state government alone cannot provide free education to all and sundry,” he said.
However, Professor Zulu also appealed to other NGOs and their partners to emulate NNPC and its partners. Condition.
The event was attended by the Deputy Chief of Staff, Prof. Isa Marte Hussein, some members of the Borno State Executive Council, special advisers, senior assistants and special assistants, among others.