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NIGERIA DAILY: How Kaduna State Government Intends To Take Education “Seriously

Download Here   The Government of Kaduna state has directed all public schools to migrate to four day working a week, meaning schools will...

The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El- Rufai has enrolled his six year-old son, Abubakar Al-Siddique El-Rufai, into to a public school – Capital School, Kaduna, as a primary one pupil.
The state in a series of tweets on the handle, @GovKaduna stated that this was in keeping with El-Rufai’s 2015 promise of transforming the state’s educational system. 23 September 2019, Photo: State House.
The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El- Rufai has enrolled his six year-old son, Abubakar Al-Siddique El-Rufai, into to a public school – Capital School, Kaduna, as a primary one pupil. The state in a series of tweets on the handle, @GovKaduna stated that this was in keeping with El-Rufai’s 2015 promise of transforming the state’s educational system. 23 September 2019, Photo: State House.

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The Government of Kaduna state has directed all public schools to migrate to four day working a week, meaning schools will be open for four days in a week.

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The reason for this recent development is to increase productivity and work life balance. How will this affect the students?

In this episode of Nigeria Daily, we will be looking at this recent development and how it will affect students in the state.

 

 

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