Gov. Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State on Wednesday reiterated his commitment to the provision of quality and affordable education in the state.
Sule gave the assurance during a courtesy visit by the Lafia Old Students Association (LOSA), to the Government house, Lafia.
”The government is committed to ensuring that all children in the state are properly educated.The government will continue to collaborate with individuals and corporate bodies to improve the standard of education,” he said.
He promised that the government would also continue to provide the needed infrastructure and facilities in schools to reposition the sector.
“We will do everything humanly possible to take education to the doorsteps of the people of the state,due to importance of the sector to societal development,” he said.
Sule said his administration had invested massively on the education sector among other sectors, in order to improve on the standard of education in the state.
“I want to appreciate you for the visit and to assure you that my administration will continue to give its topmost priority to the upliftment of secondary and all categories of education in the state.
“As education is the best legacy an individual and government should leave for its citizens, hence the need for my administration’s commitment in that direction,” he said.
Earlier, Mr Rabiu Umaisha, the National President of the association said the visit was to appreciate the governor for renovating the Government Science School in Lafia.
Umaisha, who could not hide the association’s feeling, said members of the association were happy with the governor for the attention given to the development of the education sector in the state.
He, therefore, assured the governor of their support to enable his administration succeed.
Edited By: Folasade Adeniran/Sadiya Hamza (NAN)
- United States stimulus talks collapse, setting stage for Trump executive orders
- Devastated Sarri says he can’t be judged on basis of one match
- American golfer disqualified from PGA Championship after scoring error
- Ronaldinho inches closer to release from Paraguayan ordeal
- Edo polls: U.S expresses worry over deteriorating political climate, security interference
- 2020: China interfering against Trump, Russia against Biden — report
- NOSDRA, Agip investigate oil leak at Azuzuama, Bayelsa
- Environmental group urges African governments to rise against COVID-19, Climate and Health crises
- Police arrest suspects for criminal offenses, kill 1 in Niger
- Chelsea’s Kante ruled fit against Bayern-Lampard