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Bauchi spends N6m on teaching materials, furniture for nomadic …

| June 16, 2012 More

Bauchi State Government has spent N6 million on the purchase of teaching materials and furniture for 245 nomadic schools in the state. The State Commissioner for Education, Alhaji Ibrahim Amin, told newsmen on Friday in Bauchi that the amount was spent from 2007 to date.

Aminu explained that N5 million was expended on the purchase of furniture while N1 million was used to buy chalk for the schools. He said that the number of nomadic schools in the state had increased from 233 in 2007 to 245 presently.
The commissioner added that pupils enrolment had equally jumped from 38,366 to 46,537. Aminu said that twin desks and teachers’ tables were acquired by the state government and distributed to all the schools in the state.
He assured that more nomadic schools would be established to accommodate the increasing number of children seeking enrolment.

Category: Bauchi State News

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