No fewer than 53,000 girls in Tsangaya schools in Bauchi have received free uniforms, instructional materials, and child basic needs under the Better Education Service Delivery (BESDA) programme in nine local government areas of the State.
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The Chairman, Bauchi State Primary Education Board, Dr Abubakar Sirimbai Sheikh Dahiru stated this on Thursday after he inspected the distribution of the materials and uniforms.
He said under the program BESDA constructed modern toilets, temporary learning shades, boreholes, and wells.
“With the distribution of these items and the employment of 1500 teachers to teach in the newly established centres tsangaya school pupils have returned to classrooms, and very soon the remaining pupils that didn’t get their learning materials will collect their own.
Chairman said the agency was mindful that the number of the pupils in the schools will keep increasing in the coming months because many pupils that went to farm will return to classrooms.
Speaking on behalf of the benefitting schools, Mallam Kabiru and Mallam Muhammadu Zirame commended the steadfastness of the project coordinators and the judicious distribution of the materials.
Source: Daily Trust
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