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Kano Government Recruits 10,000 Teachers. by saninng (m): 4:10pm on September 8
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Kano State Government says it has recruited over 10,000
teachers to fast track implementation of its Free Compulsory
Education programme.
Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje made this known at the National
Consultative Workshop on the ECOWAS Post 2020 Vision on
Monday in Kano.
Ganduje, represented by Musa Yahaya-Bichi, Permanent
Secretary Cabinet Office, said the measure was in line with
the ECOWAS Vision, aimed at achieving sustainable social and
economic development in the sub-region.
He said that the recruitment was designed to improve teacher-
pupil ratio, enhance school enrollment and reduce the number
of Out-of-School children in the state.
The governor noted that the population of the Out-of-School
children had dropped to less 400,000 as against 1.3 million
before the introduction of the programme in the state.
“This is expected to further shrink in view of the popularity of
the policy among the people,” he said.
Ganduje revealed that the state government had also
inaugurated the Muhammadu Buhari Specialist Hospital and
Sheikh Isiaku Rabiu Pediatrics Hospital.
He said that the hospitals were equipped with modern
facilities to enhance treatment of cancer and child health
medicine in the state.
The governor added that the state government has concluded
plans to establish 300-bed capacity hospitals each at Bichi,
Gaya, Karaye and Rano to enhance healthcare service delivery
at the grassroots.
On security, Ganduje disclosed that an ICT based Advanced
Security Control Centre was set up at the Police Command,
Bompai, while an ultra-modern skill acquisition centre was
established to provide training in over 100 trades to youth and
women in the state.
Ganduje noted that his administration had executed
infrastructure development and other viable projects in line
with the ECOWAS Vision to improve the social and economic
wellbeing of residents.
He urged the participants to make positive contributions to
enable the forum achieve its objectives.
Also speaking, Mr Joseph Oyi, Head of ECOWAS Unit, Federal
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the workshop was designed to
articulate on the views of stakeholders on the impact of the
ECOWAS Vision 2020.
Oyi added that it was also designed to gather views of the
people of Nigeria with regards to the formulations of the
ECOWAS Vision 2050.
“The aim is to have discussion with stakeholders on the
ECOWAS Post 2020 Vision.
“The vision borders on a strategy or plan whereby the
Commission is moving from the ECOWAS of States to
ECOWAS of the People.
“This means that all activities of ECOWAS should be people
oriented, people inclusiveness in its programmes such as
education and democracy among others.
“We are looking at how education in the region will be
harmonised so that we don’t have disparity in the education
certificate. And within the member states education certificate
can be used without problems,” he added.

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