Governor Lawal is committed to fostering growth in the educational system

The Governor of Zamfara State, Dauda , has expressed his dismay at the deteriorating condition of the educational system and has said that his administration will work to improve it.

He made this statement on Monday while he was in Gusau, the capital of the state, conducting an inspection of the College of Nursing Science and the Command Science Secondary School for Girls.

According to a statement released by the spokeswoman for the governor, Sulaiman Bala Idris, “The inspection tour began with Command Science Secondary School (Girls), where Major SN Odeh received and briefed the Governor and his entourage on the condition of the school and the management's prayers to the government.” “The inspection tour began with Command Science Secondary School (Girls).”

The Governor made note of the fact that he had recently conferred with the Commander of the Army Education Corps and made a commitment to lead an inspection trip of the army schools located inside the State.

The Governor strongly emphasized his steadfast commitment to improving the overall condition of Command Science Secondary School after conducting a thorough inspection of the classrooms, dormitory, kitchen, and dining hall.

“Even before he was elected as the State Governor, the Governor constructed 250-capacity hostels for males and females as well as other facilities,” the statement continued. “At the Zamfara State College of Nursing Sciences Gusau, the provost, Zayyanu Muhammad Isa, commended the Governor's past contributions to the college.”

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