FG , Commmited in Enhancing Education of Nomads – ES


By Abdullahi Jalaluddeen

The federal government has Reaffirmed its Determination in propelling Nomadic Education to the greatest Height ,with aim Achieving the set objectives.

The Executive secretary of the National Commission for Nomadic Education professor Bashir Garba Usman stated this during Opening Ceremony of a Capacity Building training for the Staff of the Agency geared towards ensuring Effective service Delivery, Held in Kano.

He said the training was aimed at increasing concern in the Educational sector targeted at Advancing effective Service Delivery for Nomadic Education Programme in the country.

Professor Bashir Garba Usman maintained that the Capacity Building training would go along way in providing Strategic Leadership Skills to the staff of the Agency with the Aim Achieving the Stated Goals.

In a remark the Director Administration of the Agency Mr Ndagiman Baba said the main Goal of the Commission was to make Quality basic Education Accessible, Functional and Relevant to Nomads,Migrant Fisher Folk,and Migrant Farmers in Nigeria,hence all necessary Mechanism were put in place in ensuring that the Mandate was fully Realised.

” These Goals can Hardly be Achieved without training of Staff in Relevant knowledge,Skills and practices such as Human Resource Management, information and Communication Technology, Acceptable work Ethics in Civil Service Among Others” Earlier, the Board Chairman of the Commission Professor Gidado Tahir said the main idea Behind the design of un-interrupted nine Years Schooling System of the Basic Education was to ensure total eradication of illiteracy and promoting productive Citizens in Nigeria.

Abbas Ibrahim and saidu Yusif Ja’e were Among the participants of the Training, they promised to make Adequate utilization of the experience they will acquire during the training ,with the aim of ensuring Effective service Delivery.

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