Kano govt bans street begging, employs 7,500 teachers

The Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, on Tuesday warned  that any child caught begging will henceforth face the wrath of law following the state government’s consolidation of free and compulsory education.

Ganduje gave the warning during the inauguration of Basic Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) and the distribution of ‘offer of appointment, to 7,500 volunteer teachers at the Sani Abacha Stadium, Kofar Mata, on Tuesday.

Ganduje said, “This policy of free and compulsory basic and Secondary Education goes along with the integration of our Almajiri system into the mainstream policy implementation, suggesting that English Language and Arithmetic must be included in the Almajiri schools curriculum.”

He warned Almajiri teacher to accept the new approach, saying, “If you cannot accept that, you leave the state.”

“Also, when beggars are caught, it is not only that a beggar  has been caught, but the parents or guardians of such children will be taken to court for disrespecting our laws.” Punch

No comments:

Most News articles reported on LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY are a reflection of what is published in the media. LOCAL AFRICAN REALITY is not in a position to verify the accuracy of daily news articles, however, we ensure that only news articles from credible sources are reflected in this service. Independent opinions which are mailed to us may also be published from time to time at our discretion, however the sources for these independent articles will be clearly stated.

Share your story with us: SMS: +23409067561649, Whatsapp: +2349067561649, Email: localafricanreality@gmail.com or qubesentertainmentmagazine@yahoo.com
Receive Alerts on: Whatsapp: +2349067561649, Twitter: @localafricanr