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Kebbi pledges to prioritise teachers’ welfare, trains 2,400

Governor Nasiru Idris of Kebbi State has pledged to prioritise the welfare of teachers in the state. He disclosed this at a two-week training workshop…

Governor Nasiru Idris of Kebbi State has pledged to prioritise the welfare of teachers in the state.

He disclosed this at a two-week training workshop organised by the state in collaboration with POBITECH Consultancy Service for primary school teachers in the state.

The training programme was aimed at streamlining the state’s education sector with priority on English language, mathematics and pedagogical skills.

Governor Idris said, “Let me use this medium to inform this gathering that I’m going to give more priority to teachers and their welfare.”

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He added that his administration would also support and encourage the Adolescent Girls Initiative for Learning and Empowerment (AGILE) design for girl child education in the state.

While reiterating his administration’s readiness to key into suggestions that would promote and project the teaching profession in the state, he said he would modify and strengthen the teaching profession to conform with the needs of Kebbi State. My administration has declared revolution in the state education sector,” he said.

The governor called on teachers, parents, educators, institutions and other stakeholders to join hands with his administration to move the education sector of the state forward.

Earlier, the Rector, Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, Dr Usman Sani-Tunga, commended the Kebbi State governor for the initiative, describing training and retraining of teachers as the best way to drive the sector to prosperity.

The Chairman, Kebbi State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Prof. Suleiman Khalid, said the training had been divided into six units, with 400 participants in each.

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