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24 primary school teachers allocated houses in Maiduguri

Twenty-four school teachers have been allocated flats at the newly commissioned quarters built by Governor Babagana Zulum’s administration in Maiduguri.  The quarters was commissioned by…

Twenty-four school teachers have been allocated flats at the newly commissioned quarters built by Governor Babagana Zulum’s administration in Maiduguri.

 The quarters was commissioned by President Buhari some weeks ago when he visited Maiduguri for the 2022 World Humanitarian Day. 

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The teacher’s quarters at Bulumkutu along the airport road is one of over 600 capital projects delivered by Zulum.

Borno State government allocated the fully furnished 24 units of the houses to primary school teachers from Maiduguri and Jere Local Education Authority (LEA) during a brief ceremony on Wednesday at the quarters.

Engr Lawan Abba Wakilbe, Borno State Commissioner for Education, while handing over the houses to beneficiaries, disclosed that the Borno government has constructed similar edifices in Banki Town of Bama Local Government Area and Mafa.

He also said Zulum’s administration will extend such projects to other Local Government Areas in order to provide accommodation for hardworking teachers in the LGAs.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Housing and Energy, Engr. Yuguda Saleh Vungas, whose ministry constructed the quarters, while handing over the keys to the Commissioner for Education, Engr. Lawan Abba Wakilbe, for onward allocation to teachers, disclosed that the houses consisted of 12 units each of fully furnished two bedrooms, a parlour, kitchen and two self-contained toilets, while 12 are fully furnished one bedroom, a parlour, kitchen and toilet.

Highlights of the occasion was the presentation of allocation letters to the beneficiaries.

Mrs Obiageri Mazi, once promoted by Governor Zulum for her dedication was one of the beneficiaries.

Obiageri, who hails from Abia State, has been a teacher at Shehu Sanda Kyarimi 2 Primary School under Jere Local Government Education Authority for 31 years.