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Foundation to build 6 classrooms in Jigawa communities


Dutse –  The Talamiz Foundation on Thursday said it had concluded arrangements to build and donate six classrooms to deserving communities in Jigawa.

Gov. Muhammad Badaru of Jigawa made this known on in Dutse while speaking at formal launching of the World Bank Supported Global Partnership for Education (GPE) Project.

Badaru is also the owner of Talamiz Group of Companies.

“I am pleased to announce that the Talamiz Foundation will soon build three blocks of two classes.

“The classes will be donated to deserving communities in the state,’’ Badaru said.

He said that the gesture was part of the foundation’s effort to revive education at the grassroots.

The governor said that the gesture would also enhance school attendance among children and boost literacy level of children in the state.

“Let me categorically say that education is number one priority of this administration and we will continue to ensure its development at all level in the state,” he said.

Badaru advised parents to complement government’s effort by enrolling their children in the schools.

He also urged them to use the opportunity to encourage their children and wards to be educated to enhance their future prospects. (NAN)

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