Education State

KNSG Charges Contractors of Arabic Bilingual College Kiru On Timely Complection

Written by Pyramid FM Kano


Kano State Commissioner of education Alhaji Umar Haruna Doguwa has charged Contractors handling the ongoing construction of Arabic Bilingual College Kiru to ensure timely complection of the project.

Commissioner Doguwa speaking when he paid an unscheduled visit to the project site in Kiru town, also emphasized the need for the contractors to ensure quality of the work to meet the desired result.

In a statement signed by Director public enlightenment state ministry for Education Balarabe Abdullah Kiru said the school construction project funded by the Isamic Development Bank, would after completion, provide opportunity for students in the state and beyond to acquire knowledge on Arabic Bilingual education and other islamic related courses.

Doguwa represented by the Permanent Secretary of the ministry Hajiya Kubra Imam acknowledged with satisfaction the level of the work so far done by the contractors, adding that…” The Ministry will continue to monitor execution of this project up to the level of it’s completion to ensure total compliance of the contract agreement “.

He enjoined people in the area to continue to cooperate with contractors by complementing their effort towards ensuring security of the project site.

He said ” This administration is glad to see that you have been given maximum support and cooperation to Contractors of this project towards ensuring that the project achieve success. This is highly commendable.”

According to the Commissioner, similar projects are currently under construction in some Local Government Areas of the state including Doguwa, Ungoggo and Dawakin Tofa Local Government Areas.

Speaking on behalf of the Contractors, Engineer Abdullahi assured the Commissioner of their determination to complete the project within the stipulated period.

Engineer Abdullahi who expressed happiness over the visit, informed the Commissioner that there is good mutual relationship between their workers and people of the area, stressing that the project is recording considerable progress due to the support they enjoy from the people.

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