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  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of University ASUU of the state university Keffi to pull out from the ongoing nationwide strike embarked upon by the national body This the assembly said is in the interest of the poor masses and for the overall educational development of the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman House Committee on Education Science and Technology made the call during a meeting with officials of ASUU NSUK chapter on Tuesday in Lafia Ogazi APC Kokona East who is the Deputy Majority Leader said that the state government and the House was committed to make the university to meet international best standard We call this meeting to appeal to you to suspend the ASUU strike and resume work in the interest of poor students and the state at large His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule and the House under the leadership of Rt Hon Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi are committed to make the university among the best in the country We are priotising the university because it is one of the industries we are proud of in the state You are all aware of our resolutions toward improving the standard of education in the university and the state at large We have recently appealed to His Execellency Gov Abdullahi Sule to take over the full payment of salaries of the staff of the institution And last two weeks the governor met with you he has agreed to take over full payment of salaries in the institution You can see both the executive and the legislature are committed to make NSUK among the best institutitions in order to meet up with international standard he said The chairman assured ASUU of their commitment to improved welfare of the lecturers other staff and for improved standard of education Responding Dr Samuel Allu the NSUK ASUU Chairman appreciated the House for their concern support Allu said that the strike was a nationwide action and promised to reply the House by next week after their congress meeting on the matter We want to thank you for your concern we will call for our congress next week to brief our members on your appeal As we also told His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule the same when he appealed to us to suspend the strike he said We are messengers we will go back to the congress to inform them of all that have taken place your appeals and we will get back to you accordingly possiblly by next week after our congress he added The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the meeting had in attendance all the members of the House Committee on Education Science and Technology NSUK ASUU executive members and Dr Tanimu Yusuf the immediate past chairman of ASUU NSUK chapter NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ASUU: Nasarawa Assembly urges striking state owned varsity lecturers to end strike
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of University ASUU of the state university Keffi to pull out from the ongoing nationwide strike embarked upon by the national body This the assembly said is in the interest of the poor masses and for the overall educational development of the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman House Committee on Education Science and Technology made the call during a meeting with officials of ASUU NSUK chapter on Tuesday in Lafia Ogazi APC Kokona East who is the Deputy Majority Leader said that the state government and the House was committed to make the university to meet international best standard We call this meeting to appeal to you to suspend the ASUU strike and resume work in the interest of poor students and the state at large His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule and the House under the leadership of Rt Hon Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi are committed to make the university among the best in the country We are priotising the university because it is one of the industries we are proud of in the state You are all aware of our resolutions toward improving the standard of education in the university and the state at large We have recently appealed to His Execellency Gov Abdullahi Sule to take over the full payment of salaries of the staff of the institution And last two weeks the governor met with you he has agreed to take over full payment of salaries in the institution You can see both the executive and the legislature are committed to make NSUK among the best institutitions in order to meet up with international standard he said The chairman assured ASUU of their commitment to improved welfare of the lecturers other staff and for improved standard of education Responding Dr Samuel Allu the NSUK ASUU Chairman appreciated the House for their concern support Allu said that the strike was a nationwide action and promised to reply the House by next week after their congress meeting on the matter We want to thank you for your concern we will call for our congress next week to brief our members on your appeal As we also told His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule the same when he appealed to us to suspend the strike he said We are messengers we will go back to the congress to inform them of all that have taken place your appeals and we will get back to you accordingly possiblly by next week after our congress he added The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the meeting had in attendance all the members of the House Committee on Education Science and Technology NSUK ASUU executive members and Dr Tanimu Yusuf the immediate past chairman of ASUU NSUK chapter NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ASUU: Nasarawa Assembly urges striking state owned varsity lecturers to end strike
    Education2 weeks ago

    ASUU: Nasarawa Assembly urges striking state owned varsity lecturers to end strike

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) of the state university, Keffi, to pull out from the ongoing nationwide strike embarked upon by the national body.

    This, the assembly said, is in the interest of the poor masses and for the overall educational development of the state.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman, House Committee on Education, Science and Technology, made the call during a meeting with officials of ASUU, NSUK chapter, on Tuesday in Lafia.

    Ogazi (APC-Kokona East), who is the Deputy Majority Leader, said that the state government and the House was committed to make the university to meet international best standard.

    “We call this meeting to appeal to you to suspend the ASUU strike and resume work in the interest of poor students and the state at large.

    “His Excellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule, and the House under the leadership of Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi are committed to make the university among the best in the country.

    “We are priotising the university because it is one of the industries we are proud of in the state.

    “You are all aware of our resolutions toward improving the standard of education in the university and the state at large.

    “We have recently appealed to His Execellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule to take over the full payment of salaries of the staff of the institution.

    “And last two weeks, the governor met with you, he has agreed to take over full payment of salaries in the institution.

    “You can see, both the executive and the legislature are committed to make NSUK among the best institutitions in order to meet up with international standard,” he said.

    The chairman assured ASUU of their commitment to improved welfare of the lecturers, other staff and for improved standard of education.

    Responding, Dr Samuel Allu, the NSUK ASUU Chairman, appreciated the House for their concern support.

    Allu said that the strike was a nationwide action and promised to reply the House by next week after their congress meeting on the matter.

    “We want to thank you for your concern, we will call for our congress next week to brief our members on your appeal.

    “As we also told His Excellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule, the same when he appealed to us to suspend the strike,” he said.

    “We are messengers, we will go back to the congress to inform them of all that have taken place, your appeals and we will get back to you accordingly, possiblly by next week after our congress,” he added.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the meeting had in attendance all the members of the House Committee on Education, Science and Technology, NSUK ASUU executive members and Dr Tanimu Yusuf, the immediate past chairman of ASUU, NSUK chapter.


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  •  The Nasarawa State Government has taken over full payment of staff salaries at the state owned university Keffi NSUK Gov Abdullahi Sule made this known while briefing members of the state executive council in Lafia on Thursday He said his administration has agreed to takeover the payment of salaries of staff at the university to meet one of the key demands by the local chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU Thus paving the way for the possible resumption of academic activities in the institution Based on the available finances to the state and especially because of the importance attached to education my administration has agreed to take over the responsibility of paying salaries of staff at the NSUK beginning from this month he said Sule said that so far the management of the university as well as the non teaching unions namely the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities SSANU and the Non Academic Staff Union of Universities NASU have all agreed to open the university One of the conditions they gave to us the most important condition is to ensure that we take over the full payment of salaries of all the staff so that they don t have to use their IGR As far as we are concerned we looked at our finances and we strongly believe that based on the cashflow we have available to us and also because of the importance we attached to education that we should be able to start that from this month That is what we are looking forward to do We are also hoping they will compliment by the moment we start the payment hopefully by Thursday or Friday Then we are hoping to see them also returning to their classes he stated Sule also disclosed that the Federal Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy National Communication Commission NCC through the National Information Technology Development Agency NITDA has donated ICT gadgets to the College of Education in Akwanga They have supplied ICT gadgets from the NCC similar to what they did for us at the Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic Lafia The advantage COE Akwanga is having is that two servers will be installed as part of their contribution to education in the state he said The governor appreciated the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy Prof Ali Pantami for the support as well as the NCC and NITDA for their intervention The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that on Aug 3 the Chairman House Committee on Education at the state legislature Mr Daniel Ogazi urged the state government to take over the payment of salaries of staff at the university Ogazi made the appeal when the Vice Chancellor of the university Prof Suleiman Bala appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance assessment During the oversight the vice chancellor appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university s financial challenges NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Nasarawa Govt takes over payment of state owned varsity salary
     The Nasarawa State Government has taken over full payment of staff salaries at the state owned university Keffi NSUK Gov Abdullahi Sule made this known while briefing members of the state executive council in Lafia on Thursday He said his administration has agreed to takeover the payment of salaries of staff at the university to meet one of the key demands by the local chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU Thus paving the way for the possible resumption of academic activities in the institution Based on the available finances to the state and especially because of the importance attached to education my administration has agreed to take over the responsibility of paying salaries of staff at the NSUK beginning from this month he said Sule said that so far the management of the university as well as the non teaching unions namely the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities SSANU and the Non Academic Staff Union of Universities NASU have all agreed to open the university One of the conditions they gave to us the most important condition is to ensure that we take over the full payment of salaries of all the staff so that they don t have to use their IGR As far as we are concerned we looked at our finances and we strongly believe that based on the cashflow we have available to us and also because of the importance we attached to education that we should be able to start that from this month That is what we are looking forward to do We are also hoping they will compliment by the moment we start the payment hopefully by Thursday or Friday Then we are hoping to see them also returning to their classes he stated Sule also disclosed that the Federal Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy National Communication Commission NCC through the National Information Technology Development Agency NITDA has donated ICT gadgets to the College of Education in Akwanga They have supplied ICT gadgets from the NCC similar to what they did for us at the Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic Lafia The advantage COE Akwanga is having is that two servers will be installed as part of their contribution to education in the state he said The governor appreciated the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy Prof Ali Pantami for the support as well as the NCC and NITDA for their intervention The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that on Aug 3 the Chairman House Committee on Education at the state legislature Mr Daniel Ogazi urged the state government to take over the payment of salaries of staff at the university Ogazi made the appeal when the Vice Chancellor of the university Prof Suleiman Bala appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance assessment During the oversight the vice chancellor appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university s financial challenges NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Nasarawa Govt takes over payment of state owned varsity salary
    Education4 weeks ago

    Nasarawa Govt takes over payment of state owned varsity salary

    The Nasarawa State Government has taken over full payment of staff salaries at the state owned university, Keffi (NSUK).

    Gov. Abdullahi Sule made this known while briefing members of the state executive council in Lafia on Thursday.

    He said his administration has agreed to takeover the payment of salaries of staff at the university to meet one of the key demands by the local chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

    “Thus paving the way for the possible resumption of academic activities in the institution.

    ”“Based on the available finances to the state and especially because of the importance attached to education, my administration has agreed to take over the responsibility of paying salaries of staff at the NSUK, beginning from this month,” he said.

    Sule said that, so far, the management of the university, as well as the non-teaching unions; namely the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) have all agreed to open the university.

    “One of the conditions they gave to us, the most important condition, is to ensure that we take over the full payment of salaries of all the staff, so that they don’t have to use their IGR.

    “As far as we are concerned, we looked at our finances and we strongly believe that, based on the cashflow we have available to us and also because of the importance we attached to education, that we should be able to start that from this month.

    “That is what we are looking forward to do.

    We are also hoping they will compliment by the moment we start the payment hopefully by Thursday or Friday.

    “Then we are hoping to see them also returning to their classes,” he stated.

    Sule also disclosed that the Federal Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy, National Communication Commission (NCC), through the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), has donated ICT gadgets to the College of Education in Akwanga.

    “They have supplied ICT gadgets from the NCC similar to what they did for us at the Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic, Lafia.

    “The advantage COE Akwanga is having is that two servers will be installed, as part of their contribution to education in the state,” he said.

    The governor appreciated the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Prof. Ali Pantami, for the support, as well as the NCC and NITDA for their intervention.

    The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that on Aug.3, the Chairman, House Committee on Education at the state legislature, Mr Daniel Ogazi, urged the state government to take over the payment of salaries of staff at the university.

    Ogazi made the appeal when the Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Suleiman Bala, appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance assessment.

    During the oversight, the vice chancellor appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university’s financial challenges.


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  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has called for the employment of more primary school teachers in order to improve the standard of basic education in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee made the appeal when management of the State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance on Thursday in Lafia He said that the standard of primary education was falling hence the need for government to take proactive measures in order to restore the lost glory of primary education in the state Ogazi said that primary schools across the state lack teachers for quality and sound education to thrive hence the need for government to do more in that area just as it is doing presently at the secondary level There is the need for all hands to be on the deck in order to address the challenges facing primary education in the state We need teachers in the primary schools since 2011 to date teachers have been retiring some died and some resigned voluntarily We need to fill the gap by recruiting competent hands in the interest of our children and the state at large he said Ogazi urged the management of SUBEB to intensify efforts in the supervision of schools for the overall development of the state He also assured of the committee s continuous readiness to collaborate with the state government and other stakeholders for improved standard of education at the grassroots Earlier Alhaji Mohammed Dan Azumi the SUBEB Chairman appreciated the committee and Gov Abdullahi Sule for giving their attention to the board to succeed We want to appreciate you and the governor for the support the board has been enjoying in the state We want to assure you that we will continue to do the right things for the overall development of the primary education said Dan azumi The chairman also solicited for the intervention of the committee for the employment of teachers and to tackle other challenges facing primary education in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ‘Nasarawa State lacks primary school teachers’ – Legislature
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has called for the employment of more primary school teachers in order to improve the standard of basic education in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee made the appeal when management of the State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance on Thursday in Lafia He said that the standard of primary education was falling hence the need for government to take proactive measures in order to restore the lost glory of primary education in the state Ogazi said that primary schools across the state lack teachers for quality and sound education to thrive hence the need for government to do more in that area just as it is doing presently at the secondary level There is the need for all hands to be on the deck in order to address the challenges facing primary education in the state We need teachers in the primary schools since 2011 to date teachers have been retiring some died and some resigned voluntarily We need to fill the gap by recruiting competent hands in the interest of our children and the state at large he said Ogazi urged the management of SUBEB to intensify efforts in the supervision of schools for the overall development of the state He also assured of the committee s continuous readiness to collaborate with the state government and other stakeholders for improved standard of education at the grassroots Earlier Alhaji Mohammed Dan Azumi the SUBEB Chairman appreciated the committee and Gov Abdullahi Sule for giving their attention to the board to succeed We want to appreciate you and the governor for the support the board has been enjoying in the state We want to assure you that we will continue to do the right things for the overall development of the primary education said Dan azumi The chairman also solicited for the intervention of the committee for the employment of teachers and to tackle other challenges facing primary education in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    ‘Nasarawa State lacks primary school teachers’ – Legislature
    General news2 months ago

    ‘Nasarawa State lacks primary school teachers’ – Legislature

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has called for the employment of more primary school teachers in order to improve the standard of basic education in the state.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the committee, made the appeal when management of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) appeared before the committee on its 2022 budget performance on Thursday in Lafia.

    He said that the standard of primary education was falling, hence the need for government to take proactive measures in order to restore the lost glory of primary education in the state.

    Ogazi said that primary schools across the state lack teachers for quality and sound education to thrive, hence the need for government to do more in that area just as it is doing presently at the secondary level.

    “There is the need for all hands to be on the deck in order to address the challenges facing primary education in the state.

    “We need teachers in the primary schools; since 2011 to date, teachers have been retiring, some died and some resigned voluntarily.

    “We need to fill the gap by recruiting competent hands in the interest of our children and the state at large,” he said.

    Ogazi urged the management of SUBEB to intensify efforts in the supervision of schools for the overall development of the state.

    He also assured of the committee’s continuous readiness to collaborate with the state government and other stakeholders for improved standard of education at the grassroots.

    Earlier, Alhaji Mohammed Dan’Azumi, the SUBEB Chairman, appreciated the committee and Gov. Abdullahi Sule for giving their attention to the board to succeed.

    “We want to appreciate you and the governor for the support the board has been enjoying in the state.

    “We want to assure you that we will continue to do the right things for the overall development of the primary education,” said Dan’azumi.

    The chairman also solicited for the intervention of the committee for the employment of teachers and to tackle other challenges facing primary education in the state.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged the state government to take over the payment of salary of the staff of the State University Keffi Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the Committee made the call when the management of the institution appeared before it on Wednesday in Lafia to explain its 2022 budget performance He assured the university management of the committee s continued support to enable them succeed in tackling the challenges facing the institution We will continue to do our best in ensuring improved standard of education We are urging the state government to take over the salary of the staff of the university Ogazi said The Vice Chancellor of the university Prof Suleiman Bala Mohammed commended the committee for its support to the institution over the years He however said that the institution s revenue performance in the last six months was adversely affected by the national industrial action embarked upon by the university unions Bala Mohammed also said that paucity of funds had affected personnel cost as management had to augment up to 57 per cent from its internally generated revenue for staff salary monthly The vice chancellor therefore appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university s financial challenge The Education Committee should intervene in the industrial crisis brewing on campus which is apparently suppressed by the national strike he said He appreciated Gov Abdullahi Sule for his efforts in developing the education sector of the state and called for its sustenance NAN NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Nasarawa Assembly wants state govt to take over own varsity salary payment
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged the state government to take over the payment of salary of the staff of the State University Keffi Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the Committee made the call when the management of the institution appeared before it on Wednesday in Lafia to explain its 2022 budget performance He assured the university management of the committee s continued support to enable them succeed in tackling the challenges facing the institution We will continue to do our best in ensuring improved standard of education We are urging the state government to take over the salary of the staff of the university Ogazi said The Vice Chancellor of the university Prof Suleiman Bala Mohammed commended the committee for its support to the institution over the years He however said that the institution s revenue performance in the last six months was adversely affected by the national industrial action embarked upon by the university unions Bala Mohammed also said that paucity of funds had affected personnel cost as management had to augment up to 57 per cent from its internally generated revenue for staff salary monthly The vice chancellor therefore appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university s financial challenge The Education Committee should intervene in the industrial crisis brewing on campus which is apparently suppressed by the national strike he said He appreciated Gov Abdullahi Sule for his efforts in developing the education sector of the state and called for its sustenance NAN NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Nasarawa Assembly wants state govt to take over own varsity salary payment
    Education2 months ago

    Nasarawa Assembly wants state govt to take over own varsity salary payment

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged the state government to take over  the payment of salary of the staff of the  State University, Keffi.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the Committee made the call when the management of the institution appeared before it on Wednesday in Lafia to explain its 2022 budget performance.

    He assured the university management  of the committee’s continued support to enable them  succeed in tackling the challenges facing the institution.

    ” We will continue to do our best in ensuring improved standard of education.

    ” We are urging the state government to take over the salary of the staff of the university,” Ogazi said.

    The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Suleiman Bala- Mohammed, commended the committee for its support to the institution over the years.

    He, however, said that the institution’s revenue performance in the last six months was adversely affected by the national industrial action embarked upon by the university unions.

    Bala-Mohammed also  said that paucity of funds had affected personnel cost as management had to augment up to 57 per cent from its internally generated revenue  for staff salary monthly.

    The vice chancellor, therefore, appealed for the state government to fully take over the payment of staff salaries as a lasting solution to the university’s financial challenge.

    ” The Education Committee should intervene in the industrial crisis brewing on campus which is apparently suppressed by the national strike,” he said.

    He appreciated Gov. Abdullahi Sule for his efforts in developing the education sector of the state and called for its sustenance.

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  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education said on Wednesday that it would support all efforts at ensuring a robust and sound education system in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said this in Lafia when Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic IMAP Lafia and the Ministries of Education as well as Science Technology and Innovation appeared before the committee to defend their 2022 budget performances Ogazi said that the committee was determined to do every thing humanly possible to ensure quality education in the state We will ensure that we have a robust standard and sound education in Nasarawa state We have concern for the education sector because no society would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound education We will do all what its take to ensure quality education in the state he said Ogazi assured of their readiness to work with the management of tertiary institutions MDAs and other stakeholders to address the challenges of the education sector We will work together to address the challenges of education sector in the state he stressed Earlier Dr Justina Kotso the Rector of IMAP appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed We are appreciative of your support and guidance as well as Gov Abdullahi Sule s support to the institution We have done well in our budget performance in terms of revenue performance and expenditure he said The rector also thanked the committee for giving them support to ensure a successful recruitment process Hajiya Fatu Sabo the state Commissioner for Education commended the committee and the governor for being up and doing in boosting the standard of education Sabo said that the ministry has provided teaching materials and textbooks for improved standard of education in the state The commissioner said that the ministry is working with association of private school owners and other critical stakeholders to ensure quality education in the state Prof Mukaila Gurku the Commissioner for Science Technology and Innovation also appreciated Sule and the committee for supporting its activities to succeed He said that the ministry would continue to be innovative and creative for the benefit of the people of the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Assembly, Nasarawa Govt collaborate on robust education
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education said on Wednesday that it would support all efforts at ensuring a robust and sound education system in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said this in Lafia when Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic IMAP Lafia and the Ministries of Education as well as Science Technology and Innovation appeared before the committee to defend their 2022 budget performances Ogazi said that the committee was determined to do every thing humanly possible to ensure quality education in the state We will ensure that we have a robust standard and sound education in Nasarawa state We have concern for the education sector because no society would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound education We will do all what its take to ensure quality education in the state he said Ogazi assured of their readiness to work with the management of tertiary institutions MDAs and other stakeholders to address the challenges of the education sector We will work together to address the challenges of education sector in the state he stressed Earlier Dr Justina Kotso the Rector of IMAP appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed We are appreciative of your support and guidance as well as Gov Abdullahi Sule s support to the institution We have done well in our budget performance in terms of revenue performance and expenditure he said The rector also thanked the committee for giving them support to ensure a successful recruitment process Hajiya Fatu Sabo the state Commissioner for Education commended the committee and the governor for being up and doing in boosting the standard of education Sabo said that the ministry has provided teaching materials and textbooks for improved standard of education in the state The commissioner said that the ministry is working with association of private school owners and other critical stakeholders to ensure quality education in the state Prof Mukaila Gurku the Commissioner for Science Technology and Innovation also appreciated Sule and the committee for supporting its activities to succeed He said that the ministry would continue to be innovative and creative for the benefit of the people of the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Assembly, Nasarawa Govt collaborate on robust education
    General news2 months ago

    Assembly, Nasarawa Govt collaborate on robust education

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education said on Wednesday that it would support all efforts at ensuring a robust and sound education system in the state.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the committee, said this in Lafia when Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic (IMAP), Lafia, and the Ministries of Education as well as Science, Technology and Innovation appeared before the committee to defend their 2022 budget performances.

    Ogazi said that the committee was determined  to do every thing humanly possible to ensure quality education in the state.

    “We will ensure that we have a robust, standard and sound education in Nasarawa state.

    “We have concern for the education sector because no society would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound education.

    “We will do all what its take to ensure quality education in the state,” he saidOgazi assured of their readiness to work with the management of tertiary institutions, MDAs and other stakeholders to address the challenges of the education sector.

    “We will work together to address the challenges of education sector in the state,” he stressed.

    Earlier, Dr Justina Kotso, the Rector of IMAP, appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed.

    “We are appreciative of your support and guidance as well as Gov. Abdullahi Sule’s support to the institution.

    “We have done well in our budget performance in terms of revenue performance and expenditure,” he said.

    The rector also thanked the committee for giving them support to ensure a successful recruitment process.

    Hajiya Fatu Sabo, the state Commissioner for Education, commended the committee and the governor for being up and doing in boosting the standard of education.

    Sabo said that the ministry has provided teaching materials and textbooks for improved standard of education in the stateThe commissioner said that the ministry is working with association of private school owners and other critical stakeholders to ensure quality education in the state.

    Prof. Mukaila Gurku, the Commissioner for Science, Technology and Innovation, also appreciated Sule and the committee for supporting its activities to succeed.

    He said that the ministry would continue to be innovative and creative for the benefit of the people of the state.


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  •  The Nasarawa State Vocational and Relevant Technology Board NVRTB has solicited for robust collaboration with the state House of Assembly to train youths in various vocational skills acquisition in the state This this board said would tackle youth unemployment restiveness and enable them become self reliant as well contribute their quota to the national development Dr Idris Umar Idris the General Manager of the agency said this on Friday in Lafia when he led management of the board before the Assembly Committee on Education on its 2022 budget performance assessment He said that effective collaboration between the board and the committee would also boost the revenue base of the state government I want to appreciate you and His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule for the support the board is enjoying from you Our mandate is to train the youths in different skills in order to tackle youth restivenss and to improve the living standard of the people of the state Over the years we have trained thousands of youths and other people on production of hand bags shoes sanitisers chalks beads and school furniture among others And these gestures have took off many youths and other people of the state out of the streets and it has also impacted on their lives positively he said The general manager assured of the board s continued commitment to train the youths in different skills for the overall development of the state Responding Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said that they decided to invite the board in order to know its 2022 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East lauded the board towards tackling youth unemployment and restivenss in the state We want to commend you for training the youths in different skills programmes We want to assure you of our continued readiness to support you to succeed he said The chairman also expressed their readiness to partner with the board in order to tackle youth restivenss in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Agency begs Nasarawa Assembly to tackle youth restiveness
     The Nasarawa State Vocational and Relevant Technology Board NVRTB has solicited for robust collaboration with the state House of Assembly to train youths in various vocational skills acquisition in the state This this board said would tackle youth unemployment restiveness and enable them become self reliant as well contribute their quota to the national development Dr Idris Umar Idris the General Manager of the agency said this on Friday in Lafia when he led management of the board before the Assembly Committee on Education on its 2022 budget performance assessment He said that effective collaboration between the board and the committee would also boost the revenue base of the state government I want to appreciate you and His Excellency Gov Abdullahi Sule for the support the board is enjoying from you Our mandate is to train the youths in different skills in order to tackle youth restivenss and to improve the living standard of the people of the state Over the years we have trained thousands of youths and other people on production of hand bags shoes sanitisers chalks beads and school furniture among others And these gestures have took off many youths and other people of the state out of the streets and it has also impacted on their lives positively he said The general manager assured of the board s continued commitment to train the youths in different skills for the overall development of the state Responding Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said that they decided to invite the board in order to know its 2022 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East lauded the board towards tackling youth unemployment and restivenss in the state We want to commend you for training the youths in different skills programmes We want to assure you of our continued readiness to support you to succeed he said The chairman also expressed their readiness to partner with the board in order to tackle youth restivenss in the state NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Agency begs Nasarawa Assembly to tackle youth restiveness
    Economy2 months ago

    Agency begs Nasarawa Assembly to tackle youth restiveness

    The Nasarawa State Vocational and Relevant Technology Board (NVRTB) has solicited for robust collaboration with the state House of Assembly to train youths in various vocational skills acquisition in the state.

    This, this board said, would tackle youth unemployment, restiveness and enable them become self reliant as well contribute their quota to the national development.

    Dr Idris Umar-Idris, the General Manager of the agency, said this on Friday in Lafia when he led management of the board before the Assembly Committee on Education on its 2022 budget performance assessment.

    He said that effective collaboration between the board and the committee would also boost the revenue base of the state government.

    “I want to appreciate you and His Excellency, Gov. Abdullahi Sule, for the support the board is enjoying from you.

    “Our mandate is to train the youths in different skills in order to tackle youth restivenss and to improve the living standard of the people of the state.

    “Over the years, we have trained thousands of youths and other people on production of hand bags, shoes, sanitisers, chalks, beads and school furniture, among others.

    “And these gestures have took off many youths and other people of the state out of the streets and it has also impacted on their lives positively,” he said.

    The general manager assured of the board’s continued commitment to train the youths in different skills for the overall development of the state.

    Responding, Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the committee, said that they decided to invite the board in order to know its 2022 budget performance.

    Ogazi (APC-Kokona East) lauded the board towards tackling youth unemployment and restivenss in the state.

    “We want to commend you for training the youths in different skills programmes.

    “We want to assure you of our continued readiness to support you to succeed,” he said.

    The chairman also expressed their readiness to partner with the board in order to tackle youth restivenss in the state.


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  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged heads of tertiary institutions commission and agencies against compromising the quality education in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee made the call on Thursday in Lafia when some tertiary institutions and other MDAs appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performances Ogazi said that no nation would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound and quality education We will continue to give you all legal backing and support in order to ensure that quality education is provided in the state As the importance of sound and quality education to societal development could not be overemphasised he said Mr Speaker Rt Hon Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi has directed us to embark on oversight function As the constitution has empowered us to oversight You are to state clearly the level of your budget s performances from January to June 2022 he said Ogazi however assured of the committee s readiness to partner the state government in order to take the education sector to the greater height He also urged managements of MDAs to ensure accountability and transparency while discharging their duties I call on you to ensure that accountability and transparency should be your cardinal points This is in the interest of peace and for the overall development of the education sector and the state at large Ogazi added Ogazi also urged MDAs to adhere strictly to their budgetary provisions in the interest of accountability and transparency Dr Yahaya Maikafi the Provost of the College of Agriculture Science and Technology Lafia appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed He told the committee that the school has employed new staff based on the approval given by the state government The provost however appealed for more funds in order to pay gratuities and to address other challenges facing the institution Also appreared before the committee was Mr Jonathan Thani the Provost College of Education Akwanga commended the committee for being up and doing in ensurng quality education in the state He said that the school has provided mattresses tables chairs and water among others in order to create an enabling environment for teaching and learning in the institution The provost said that the state government has approved the convocation of eight sets made of 32 000 students The News Agency of Nigeria reports that other agencies that appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performance assessment were the Teacher s Service Commission TSC Special School Lafia and Nasarawa State Bureau for Information and Communication Technology ICT NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Don’t compromise education standard, Nasarawa Assembly urges
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged heads of tertiary institutions commission and agencies against compromising the quality education in the state Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee made the call on Thursday in Lafia when some tertiary institutions and other MDAs appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performances Ogazi said that no nation would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound and quality education We will continue to give you all legal backing and support in order to ensure that quality education is provided in the state As the importance of sound and quality education to societal development could not be overemphasised he said Mr Speaker Rt Hon Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi has directed us to embark on oversight function As the constitution has empowered us to oversight You are to state clearly the level of your budget s performances from January to June 2022 he said Ogazi however assured of the committee s readiness to partner the state government in order to take the education sector to the greater height He also urged managements of MDAs to ensure accountability and transparency while discharging their duties I call on you to ensure that accountability and transparency should be your cardinal points This is in the interest of peace and for the overall development of the education sector and the state at large Ogazi added Ogazi also urged MDAs to adhere strictly to their budgetary provisions in the interest of accountability and transparency Dr Yahaya Maikafi the Provost of the College of Agriculture Science and Technology Lafia appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed He told the committee that the school has employed new staff based on the approval given by the state government The provost however appealed for more funds in order to pay gratuities and to address other challenges facing the institution Also appreared before the committee was Mr Jonathan Thani the Provost College of Education Akwanga commended the committee for being up and doing in ensurng quality education in the state He said that the school has provided mattresses tables chairs and water among others in order to create an enabling environment for teaching and learning in the institution The provost said that the state government has approved the convocation of eight sets made of 32 000 students The News Agency of Nigeria reports that other agencies that appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performance assessment were the Teacher s Service Commission TSC Special School Lafia and Nasarawa State Bureau for Information and Communication Technology ICT NewsSourceCredit NAN
    Don’t compromise education standard, Nasarawa Assembly urges
    Education2 months ago

    Don’t compromise education standard, Nasarawa Assembly urges

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has urged heads of tertiary institutions, commission and agencies against compromising the quality education in the state.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the committee, made the call on Thursday in Lafia when some tertiary institutions and other MDAs appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performances.

    Ogazi said that no nation would achieve meaningful progress and development without sound and quality education.

    “We will continue to give you all legal backing and support in order to ensure that quality education is provided in the state.

    “As the importance of sound and quality education to societal development could not be overemphasised,” he said.

    “Mr Speaker, Rt. Hon. Ibrahim Balarabe Abdullahi, has directed us to embark on oversight function.

    “As the constitution has empowered us to oversight.

    You are to state clearly the level of your budget’s performances from January to June, 2022,” he said.

    Ogazi however assured of the committee’s readiness to partner the state government in order to take the education sector to the greater height.

    He also urged managements of MDAs to ensure accountability and transparency while discharging their duties.

    “I call on you to ensure that accountability and transparency should be your cardinal points.

    “This is in the interest of peace and for the overall development of the education sector and the state at large,” Ogazi added Ogazi also urged MDAs to adhere strictly to their budgetary provisions in the interest of accountability and transparency.

    Dr Yahaya Maikafi, the Provost of the College of Agriculture, Science and Technology, Lafia, appreciated the committee for supporting its activities to succeed.

    He told the committee that the school has employed new staff based on the approval given by the state government.

    The provost, however, appealed for more funds in order to pay gratuities and to address other challenges facing the institution.

    Also appreared before the committee was Mr Jonathan Thani, the Provost, College of Education, Akwanga, commended the committee for being up and doing in ensurng quality education in the state.

    He said that the school has provided mattresses, tables, chairs and water, among others, in order to create an enabling environment for teaching and learning in the institution.

    The provost said that the state government has approved the convocation of eight sets made of 32,000 students.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that other agencies that appeared before the committee on their 2022 budget performance assessment were the Teacher’s Service Commission (TSC); Special School, Lafia; and Nasarawa State Bureau for Information and Communication Technology (ICT).


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  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Information has assured the Gov Abdullahi Sule led administration of adequate support to boost culture and tourism in order to improve the state s internally generated revenue IGR The Chairman of the committee Mr Mohammed Omadefu gave the assurance on Tuesday when officials of the ministry appeared before the committee for the 2020 budget assessment The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the officials were led by the state Commissioner for Information Culture and Tourism Mr Dogo Shammah Omadefu said that boosting culture and tourism in the state would not only improve IGR and employment opportunities in the state but would also improve the standard of living of the people He urged the commissioner and other management staffers of the ministry to remain committed to taking the ministry to greater heights even as he assured them of necessary legislative support that would enhance the success of the Sule led administration Also speaking Mr Daniel Ogazi a member of the committee and Chairman House Committee on Education urged the ministry and media organisations in the state to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state governments You have to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state government especially the various youth empowerment programmes There are rumours on the social media that the Nasarawa State government s COVID 19 palliatives are in the army barracks whereas you and I know that this is not true To the best of my knowledge the state government has shared the palliatives which it received from the Federal Government among all the local governments There is therefore the need for you to educate our people on this I want to believe that you have all the video clips It is your responsibility to educate the people of the state he said Speaking the General Manager of Nasarawa Broadcasting Service NBS Mr Yusuf Musa appreciated the lawmakers for their support for the activities of the organisation He however identified lack of outside broadcast van OB Van as one of the major challenges facing the broadcasting outfit Earlier commissioner had said that government was doing everything humanly possible to boost the culture and tourism sector in the state The process for the establishment of a film village in Farin Ruwa water fall has reached an advanced stage while the developments of Keana salt village and Akiri spring warm water among other tourist centres are also in progress All these are aimed at boosting the state s IGR and improve the standard of living of the people and the governor is very passionate about them While appreciating the committee for paying particular attention to the activities of the ministry Shammah called for its sustenance Edited by Wale Sadeeq
    Nasarawa Assembly assures Gov. Sule of support for culture, tourism devt.
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Information has assured the Gov Abdullahi Sule led administration of adequate support to boost culture and tourism in order to improve the state s internally generated revenue IGR The Chairman of the committee Mr Mohammed Omadefu gave the assurance on Tuesday when officials of the ministry appeared before the committee for the 2020 budget assessment The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the officials were led by the state Commissioner for Information Culture and Tourism Mr Dogo Shammah Omadefu said that boosting culture and tourism in the state would not only improve IGR and employment opportunities in the state but would also improve the standard of living of the people He urged the commissioner and other management staffers of the ministry to remain committed to taking the ministry to greater heights even as he assured them of necessary legislative support that would enhance the success of the Sule led administration Also speaking Mr Daniel Ogazi a member of the committee and Chairman House Committee on Education urged the ministry and media organisations in the state to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state governments You have to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state government especially the various youth empowerment programmes There are rumours on the social media that the Nasarawa State government s COVID 19 palliatives are in the army barracks whereas you and I know that this is not true To the best of my knowledge the state government has shared the palliatives which it received from the Federal Government among all the local governments There is therefore the need for you to educate our people on this I want to believe that you have all the video clips It is your responsibility to educate the people of the state he said Speaking the General Manager of Nasarawa Broadcasting Service NBS Mr Yusuf Musa appreciated the lawmakers for their support for the activities of the organisation He however identified lack of outside broadcast van OB Van as one of the major challenges facing the broadcasting outfit Earlier commissioner had said that government was doing everything humanly possible to boost the culture and tourism sector in the state The process for the establishment of a film village in Farin Ruwa water fall has reached an advanced stage while the developments of Keana salt village and Akiri spring warm water among other tourist centres are also in progress All these are aimed at boosting the state s IGR and improve the standard of living of the people and the governor is very passionate about them While appreciating the committee for paying particular attention to the activities of the ministry Shammah called for its sustenance Edited by Wale Sadeeq
    Nasarawa Assembly assures Gov. Sule of support for culture, tourism devt.
    Economy2 years ago

    Nasarawa Assembly assures Gov. Sule of support for culture, tourism devt.

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Information has assured the Gov. Abdullahi Sule-led administration of adequate support to boost culture and tourism in order to improve the state’s internally-generated revenue (IGR).

    The Chairman of the committee, Mr Mohammed Omadefu, gave the assurance on Tuesday when officials of the ministry appeared before the committee for the 2020 budget assessment.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the officials were led by the state Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Mr Dogo Shammah.

    Omadefu said that boosting culture and tourism in the state would not only improve IGR and employment opportunities in the state but would also improve the standard of living of the people.

    He urged the commissioner and other management staffers of the ministry to remain committed to taking the ministry to greater heights, even as he assured them of necessary legislative support that would enhance the success of the Sule-led administration.

    Also speaking, Mr Daniel Ogazi, a member of the committee and Chairman, House Committee on Education, urged the ministry and media organisations in the state to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state governments.

    “You have to continue to educate the public on the policies and programmes of both the federal and state government, especially the various youth empowerment programmes.

    “There are rumours on the social media that the Nasarawa State government’s COVID-19 palliatives are in the army barracks, whereas you and I know that this is not true.

    “To the best of my knowledge, the state government has shared the palliatives which it received from the Federal Government among all the local governments. There is, therefore, the need for you to educate our people on this.

    “I want to believe that you have all the video clips. It is your responsibility to educate the people of the state,” he said.

    Speaking, the General Manager of Nasarawa Broadcasting Service (NBS), Mr Yusuf Musa, appreciated the lawmakers for their support for the activities of the organisation.

    He, however, identified lack of outside broadcast van (OB Van) as one of the major challenges facing the broadcasting outfit.

    Earlier, commissioner had said that government was doing everything humanly possible to boost the culture and tourism sector in the state.

    “The process for the establishment of a film village in Farin- Ruwa water fall has reached an advanced stage, while the developments of Keana salt village and Akiri spring warm water, among other tourist centres, are also in progress.

    “All these are aimed at boosting the state’s IGR and improve the standard of living of the people, and the governor is very passionate about them.

    While appreciating the committee for paying particular attention to the activities of the ministry, Shammah called for its sustenance.

    Edited by ‘Wale Sadeeq

  •  The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has expressed satisfaction with the level of Gov Abdullahi Sule s investment and passion for the education sector The assembly also lauded the governor for the payment of 2019 State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB counterpart funding Mr Daniel Ogazi Chairman House Committee on Education gave the commendation in Lafia when the management of the state Universal Basic Educstion Board SUBEB appeared before the committee to assess their 2020 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East said that the commendations became imperative considering the governor s passion and huge investment in the education sector First and foremost I want to congratulate Gov Abdullahi Sule for the payment of the 2019 Counterpart fund for the state SUBEB projects These projects if constructed will have direct bearing on the education sector I also want to commend the management of SUBEB for doing their best toward effective supervision of projects toward ensuring quality education in the state We have gone round inspecting school projects some were 100 percent completed while others are at 80 percent levels among others the board has done well and we commend you for that he said He urged the management of the board to continue to ensure effective supervision of the projects across all the schools and teachers for quality service delivery as well as involving local communities especially village and district heads in monitoring projects in their domain Earlier Alhaji Mohammed Dan Azumi the SUBEB chairman appreciated the committee for given the board its maximum support to succeed We want to commend Gov Abdullahi Sule for having passion and investing in the education sector he said Dan Azumi reemphasized that only qualified contractors will work for the board adding that contracts are carried out in line with the public procurement laws Meanwhile the management of the Nasarawa State Scholarshop Board led by its Executive Secretary Mr Danlami Ikpobese also appeared before the committee to defend its 2020 budget assessment Furthermore the management of Nasarawa State Bureau for Information Communication Technology ICT led by its Directot General Shehu Ibrahim appeared before the committee for the bureau s 2020 budget performance Edited By Remi Koleoso and Abdullahi Yusuf Source NAN
    SUBEB projects : Nasarawa Assembly  lauds Gov. Sule on  counterpart funding, investment in education
     The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has expressed satisfaction with the level of Gov Abdullahi Sule s investment and passion for the education sector The assembly also lauded the governor for the payment of 2019 State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB counterpart funding Mr Daniel Ogazi Chairman House Committee on Education gave the commendation in Lafia when the management of the state Universal Basic Educstion Board SUBEB appeared before the committee to assess their 2020 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East said that the commendations became imperative considering the governor s passion and huge investment in the education sector First and foremost I want to congratulate Gov Abdullahi Sule for the payment of the 2019 Counterpart fund for the state SUBEB projects These projects if constructed will have direct bearing on the education sector I also want to commend the management of SUBEB for doing their best toward effective supervision of projects toward ensuring quality education in the state We have gone round inspecting school projects some were 100 percent completed while others are at 80 percent levels among others the board has done well and we commend you for that he said He urged the management of the board to continue to ensure effective supervision of the projects across all the schools and teachers for quality service delivery as well as involving local communities especially village and district heads in monitoring projects in their domain Earlier Alhaji Mohammed Dan Azumi the SUBEB chairman appreciated the committee for given the board its maximum support to succeed We want to commend Gov Abdullahi Sule for having passion and investing in the education sector he said Dan Azumi reemphasized that only qualified contractors will work for the board adding that contracts are carried out in line with the public procurement laws Meanwhile the management of the Nasarawa State Scholarshop Board led by its Executive Secretary Mr Danlami Ikpobese also appeared before the committee to defend its 2020 budget assessment Furthermore the management of Nasarawa State Bureau for Information Communication Technology ICT led by its Directot General Shehu Ibrahim appeared before the committee for the bureau s 2020 budget performance Edited By Remi Koleoso and Abdullahi Yusuf Source NAN
    SUBEB projects : Nasarawa Assembly  lauds Gov. Sule on  counterpart funding, investment in education
    General news2 years ago

    SUBEB projects : Nasarawa Assembly  lauds Gov. Sule on  counterpart funding, investment in education

    The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has expressed satisfaction with the level of Gov. Abdullahi Sule’s investment and passion for the education sector.

    The assembly also lauded the governor for the payment of 2019 State Universal Basic Education Board( SUBEB)  counterpart funding.

    Mr Daniel Ogazi, Chairman House Committee on Education, gave the commendation in Lafia when the management of the state Universal Basic Educstion Board ( SUBEB) appeared before the committee to assess their 2020 budget performance.

    Ogazi (APC- Kokona East) said that the commendations became imperative considering the governor’s passion and huge investment in the education sector.

    “First and foremost, I want to congratulate Gov. Abdullahi Sule for the payment of the 2019 Counterpart fund for the state SUBEB projects.

    “These projects, if constructed, will have direct bearing on the education sector.

    “I also want to commend the management of SUBEB for doing their  best toward effective supervision of projects toward ensuring quality education in the state.

    “We have gone round inspecting school projects, some were 100 percent completed, while others are at 80 percent levels, among others, the board has done well and we commend you for that,”he said.

    He urged the management of the board to continue to ensure effective supervision of the projects across all the schools and teachers for quality service delivery as well as involving local communities, especially village and district heads in monitoring projects in their domain.

    Earlier, Alhaji Mohammed Dan’ Azumi, the SUBEB chairman, appreciated the committee for given the board its maximum support to succeed.

    “We want to commend Gov. Abdullahi Sule for having  passion and investing in the education sector,”he said.

    Dan ‘Azumi reemphasized that only qualified contractors will work for the board, adding that contracts are carried out in line with the public procurement laws.

    Meanwhile, the management of the Nasarawa State Scholarshop Board led by its Executive Secretary, Mr Danlami Ikpobese, also appeared before the committee to defend its 2020 budget assessment.

    Furthermore, the management of Nasarawa State Bureau for Information Communication Technology (ICT) led by its Directot General, Shehu Ibrahim  appeared before the committee for the bureau’s  2020 budget performance.


    Edited By: Remi Koleoso and Abdullahi Yusuf
    Source: NAN

  •  The Nasarawa State Commissioner of Education Hajiya Fatu Sabo said on Wednesday that the State Government would commence payment of salaries of 2 250 newly employed teachers in October Sabo said this was to ensure optimum productivity enhance standard of education and improve on the lives of the teachers She disclosed this when officials of her ministry appeared before the House Committee on Education to assess its 2020 budget performance in Lafia on Wednesday She said Gov Abdullahi Sule s administration had given utmost priority to the education sector for improved standard of education through its various educational policies and programmesResponding Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said that the invitation extended to the ministry was to assess its 2020 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East said that the committee would continue to give the ministry and the state government the necessary support in order to ensure improved standard of education in the state We will continue to do our best in ensuring quality and improved standard of education in the state he said He commended Gov Abdullahi Sule for ensuring prompt payment of salaries of civil servants in the state News Agency of Nigeria NAN reports that issue of delay in salaries of lecturers of tertiary institutions in the state was also brought forward and the need for state government to expedite the process of taking over their payments was also extensively discussed Meantime the management of Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic Lafia appeared before the committee for the school s 2020 budget performance assessment Mrs Justina Kotso the Rector of the Polytechnic who was represented by Mr Obande Jonathan Dean of Studies appealed to the state government for prompt payment of salaries and gratituties of lecturers Also Alhaji Abdullahi Abu Galadima the Chairman Nasarawa State Teachers Service Commission along side other members of the commission also appeared before the committee for the commission s 2020 budget performance assessment where the committee expressed happiness with their performance NAN Edited By Abdullahi Yusuf Source NAN
    Nasarawa Govt. begins payment of salaries of newly-employed teachers October
     The Nasarawa State Commissioner of Education Hajiya Fatu Sabo said on Wednesday that the State Government would commence payment of salaries of 2 250 newly employed teachers in October Sabo said this was to ensure optimum productivity enhance standard of education and improve on the lives of the teachers She disclosed this when officials of her ministry appeared before the House Committee on Education to assess its 2020 budget performance in Lafia on Wednesday She said Gov Abdullahi Sule s administration had given utmost priority to the education sector for improved standard of education through its various educational policies and programmesResponding Mr Daniel Ogazi the Chairman of the committee said that the invitation extended to the ministry was to assess its 2020 budget performance Ogazi APC Kokona East said that the committee would continue to give the ministry and the state government the necessary support in order to ensure improved standard of education in the state We will continue to do our best in ensuring quality and improved standard of education in the state he said He commended Gov Abdullahi Sule for ensuring prompt payment of salaries of civil servants in the state News Agency of Nigeria NAN reports that issue of delay in salaries of lecturers of tertiary institutions in the state was also brought forward and the need for state government to expedite the process of taking over their payments was also extensively discussed Meantime the management of Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic Lafia appeared before the committee for the school s 2020 budget performance assessment Mrs Justina Kotso the Rector of the Polytechnic who was represented by Mr Obande Jonathan Dean of Studies appealed to the state government for prompt payment of salaries and gratituties of lecturers Also Alhaji Abdullahi Abu Galadima the Chairman Nasarawa State Teachers Service Commission along side other members of the commission also appeared before the committee for the commission s 2020 budget performance assessment where the committee expressed happiness with their performance NAN Edited By Abdullahi Yusuf Source NAN
    Nasarawa Govt. begins payment of salaries of newly-employed teachers October
    General news2 years ago

    Nasarawa Govt. begins payment of salaries of newly-employed teachers October

    The Nasarawa State Commissioner of Education, Hajiya Fatu  Sabo, said on Wednesday that the State Government would commence payment of salaries of 2,250 newly-employed teachers in October.

    Sabo said this was to ensure optimum productivity,enhance standard of education and improve on the lives of the teachers.

    She disclosed this when officials of her ministry appeared before the House Committee on Education to assess its 2020 budget performance in Lafia on Wednesday.

    She said Gov. Abdullahi Sule’s administration had given utmost priority to the education sector for improved standard of education through its various educational policies and programmes

    Responding, Mr Daniel Ogazi, the Chairman of the committee, said that the invitation extended to the ministry was to assess its 2020 budget performance.

    Ogazi (APC-Kokona East) said that the committee  would continue to give the ministry and the state government the necessary support in order to ensure improved standard of education in the state.

    ” We will continue to do our best in ensuring quality and improved standard of education in the state,” he said.

    He commended Gov. Abdullahi Sule for ensuring prompt payment of salaries of civil servants  in the state.

    News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN)  reports that issue of delay in salaries of lecturers of tertiary institutions in the state was also brought forward and the need for state government to expedite the process of taking over their payments was also extensively discussed.

    Meantime, the management of Isa Mustapha Agwai Polytechnic, Lafia appeared before the committee for the school’s 2020 budget performance assessment.

    Mrs Justina Kotso, the Rector of the Polytechnic, who was represented by Mr Obande Jonathan, Dean of Studies, appealed to the state government for prompt payment of salaries and gratituties of lecturers.

    Also, Alhaji Abdullahi Abu Galadima, the Chairman, Nasarawa State Teachers Service Commission along side other members of the commission  also appeared before the committee for the commission’s 2020 budget performance assessment where the committee expressed happiness with their performance. ( NAN)


    Edited By: Abdullahi Yusuf
    Source: NAN