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Kano Government Presents Commendation Letters To 4 Principals, 2 Head Teachers For Punctuality, Dedication To Duty

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

From: ZULAIHAT AHMAD UBA

Satisfied by the level of their dedication to duties and punctuality, Kano State Ministry of Education will serve Commendation letters to 4 Principals and 2 Primary Schools Head Teachers.

This was disclosed by the Sate Commissioner of Education Alhaji Umar Haruna Doguwa during the ongoing take -up inspection of all Primary and Post Primary Schools to monitor the commencement of 2023/2024 first term academic session.

Umar Haruna Doguwa explained that it had become imperative to appreciate the wonderful performance of those Principals and Head Teachers considering the level of their preparedness and how they put everything in order for the successful beginning of the new academic session.

“In continuation with our take up inspection to schools, to see for my self the level of compliance for both the teachers and the students, I am happy to say that I have seen some schools with impressive turn out and good arrangements by those Schools that deserve commendation and the ministry is going to issue them with Commendation letters,” The commissioner revealed.

In a statement signed by the Director public enlightenment state ministry of Education Balarabe Abdullah the Commissioner Doguwa revealed that Schools Principals to receive commendation letters include Malam Ado Arzika of Sani Bello Science College, Hajiya Hadiza Hayatuddeen of First Lady College, Balaraba Abubakar of Govt. Girls Secondary School Mariri and Malam Munzali Salisu of Govt. Secondary School Mariri.

According to the Commissioner, Head Teachers to receive Commendation from the Ministry are Malama Binta Aliyu of Ja’in Special Primary School and Abdullahi Muhd Ubale of Gandun Albasa Primary School.

Umar Doguwa emphasized that the Ministry would continue with such inspection visits to other Primary and Post Primary Schools in the State so as to improve their performance towards complementing government’s effort of revamping the education sector.

Among the 12 Schools also visited by the Commissioner were Daginawa Primary School and Govt. Arabic Secondary School in Dawakin Kudu Local Government Area. The rest were Zara Primary School, Special Primary School Mariri and IDP Mariri Primary School.

He then urged Principals and Head Teachers to put heads together to support the present administration’s effort of revatilizing the State education sector.

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