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We pay N.9m monthly to Abaji FGGC staff – PTA chairman

The chairman of  the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of Federal Government Girls College (FGGC) Abaji, Mr. Amos Ndiryiza Ayuba, says the association spends  N919,000 monthly…

The chairman of  the Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of Federal Government Girls College (FGGC) Abaji, Mr. Amos Ndiryiza Ayuba, says the association spends  N919,000 monthly in payment of some teaching and non-teaching staff  of the college. 

Ayuba, stated this during the PTA’s congress meeting held at the college hall over the weekend, which had the college principal, Hajiya Binta Tijjani Abdulkadir, in attendance. 

He disclosed that since he took over as chairman of the association in August last year, about 55 teaching and non-teaching staff were paid salaries, though, he said the association later downsized the staff to 25 after the federal government banned unity colleges from collecting developmental levy. 

“Before now, the PTA had also assisted in supplying diesel for the college generator, where we spent N200,000 monthly, including some other assistance, but since the federal government stopped developmental levy, we couldn’t do it again,” he said. 

Also speaking, the principal, Hajiya Abdulkadir, said the congress was another opportunity for appraisal and encouragement, and described the PTA as vibrant and responsible. 

“The college has also been striving to be the best unity college in the nation as student’s welfare and good academic performance have always been our utmost priority,” she said.

 

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