The State Commissioner of Information, Comrade MuhammaduGarba, made the revelation during the passing out ceremony of the 2019 Batch ‘A’ of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) held at Kano Pillars Stadium….
Kano prioritises education, says Info Comm.
By Abba Dukawa
Kano State Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has said that the present administration has prioritised educational development in the state and that is why it made primary and secondary education free and compulsory.
He made the revelation at the passing out ceremony of the 2019 Batch ‘A’ of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) held at Kano Pillars Stadium, Sabon Gari.
The Governor was represented by the State Commissioner of Information, Comrade MuhammaduGarba, saying the present administration has vigorously embarked on critical priority projects across the state with the aim of providing basic infrastructural development.
On the impact of corps members in the state, the commissioner revealed that they have worked assiduously and contributed immensely to the administration’s programmes and policies for the improvement of the lives of the rural communities and “your service in areas of education, health care delivery, agriculture and infrastructure have impacted greatly on the socio-economic pedestal of the state and national coexistence.
Earlier, the state coordinator of the NYSC, Hajiya Aisha Muhammad Kaka had said 2, 494 corps members were expected to pass out with 36 of them who absconded, adding that 72 are being disciplined for various offences ranging from extension of service between two weeks and five months or outright repeat of the service.