The caretaker committee chairman of Jama’are local government area in Bauchi state, Abdullahi Inuwa Moisha, has inaugurated task force on pupil’s enrolment drive and back to school campaign to reposition the standard of education in the area.
Speaking at the flagging off of the campaign and the inauguration of the campaign, the caretaker committee chairman, appealed to members of the committee to bring to bear their wealth of experience in the discharge of their assignment and assured them of the council’s support to fast-tract their performance towards ensuring that all children are back to school and be given quality basic education.
Moisha said Bauchi State Education Steering Committee recently inaugurated by Governor Bala Mohammed was a testimony of his administration’s unwavering commitment to providing quality education to every child in the state.
He said Jama’are local government council is committed to supporting the governor towards judicious utilisation of available resources for the implementation of educational policies that will foster gender inclusion, promote equity, deliver quality learning and guarantee safe and violence-free schooling for all citizens in the state.
“We want to assure our amiable governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, that Jama’are local government under my leadership is determined to support his government’s goal of making Bauchi state a centre of educational excellence, where every kid has the chance to obtain a top-notch education that equips them with the capacity to face the challenges of the 21st century,” he said.
In his remarks, the Emir of Jama’are, Alhaji Nuhu Ahmed Wabi, commended the caretaker chairman for his foresight to inaugurate the task force and promised to work tirelessly for a brighter tomorrow.