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Bauchi to establish 3 ICT centres for school


Bauchi – The Deputy Governor of Bauchi State, Nuhu Gidado, has said the state government will establish three Information Technology Centres (ICT) in the three senatorial zones to take care of secondary schools’ examinations.
Gidado made this known when he addressed the state officials of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Bauchi on Friday.
According to him, the initial proposal is to establish the centres in each Local Government Area of the state but only three centres get the approval.
He said the measure became necessary because the examinations had become database in the recent time.
Gidado said that the education system in the state would be strengthened under the present administration to meet up with the national standard.
On tourism, Gidado said that tourists from United States had begun to patronise the Yankari Game reserves due to the relative peace in the North-East.
The deputy governor said that more would be done to ensure that tourists increase their patronages to the wildlife park. (NAN)

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