Kano State Government spends 800 million in renovating public Schools in 2021 – Commissioner.
Commissioner for education kano, Mohammad Sanusi Kiru
By Abdullahi Jalaluddeen
The Kano state government says it had spent the sum of over 800 million Naira in the renovation of dilapidated Structures in government Schools In 2021.
The Commissioner for Education Alhaji Mohammad Sunusi Kiru stated this while briefing journalists on the Activities of the Ministry.
He said the Administration of governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje was according to much priority in the educational sector.
Muhammad Sanusi kiru noted that the free and compulsory education policy embarked in the state was yielding positive results, stressing that the number of pupils enrolled in basic education has drastically increased.
The Commissioner noted that the present administration in Kano has established new Information technology for girls at so far Na’isa and modern Tsangaya School at Kanwa village in Madobi local government Area.
” in this year’s approved budget 26% of the total budget was accorded to
the educational sector and this is a clear demonstration of the Commitment of his excellencies commitment to improving the Sector”
Mohammad Sanusi Kira explained that Kano state has over 1300 secondary schools and over seven thousand primary schools, stressing that the government was working tirelessly in the aspect of training and retraining of teachers and other staff of the ministry geared towards ensuring that the stated goals were being Achieved.
He Appealed to parents and guardians to reciprocate government gestures by ensuring that their children are always punctual in schools, to achieve the set objectives.