State Govt To Screen Teachers Of Primary Schools


The government of Nasarawa State says it would embark on the screening of teachers in public primary schools across the state. 

Governor Abdullahi A Sule made this known on Tuesday while playing host to Senator Abdullahi Adamu-led Afo community on a courtesy visit. The move according to the governor is part of efforts to improve the quality of education at the grassroots. 
While noting that the exercise may lead to relocating some people, Governor Sule appealed to the Afo leaders to sensitize their youths on the need to acquire proper training so that they can be able to effectively teach. 

Earlier, in an opening remarks, first executive governor of the state, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, said they were at the Government House to join the Governor in celebrating the season of goodwill marked by Christmas and New Year celebrations. Senator Adamu also said the Afo Nation were at the Government House to rejoice with Engineer Sule who recently celebrated his 60th birthday anniversary. 

The former governor equally used the opportunity of the visit to push for the siting of a higher institution of learning in the area where the Afo people are dominant, stressing that the area is left behind educationally. Senator Adamu equally appealed for the construction of rural roads in the area.

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