Ex-Bauchi Gov, Mu’azu Tasks Students on Patriotism

A former National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ahmed Adamu Mu’azu has tasked students to demonstrate unflinching love and commitment to building a prosperous Nigeria.  

Mu’azu, a two times governor of Bauchi State, said this during a reunion of Toro Special School Old Boys in Bauchi. 

He said students have a lot to offer to the country with commensurate honesty and patriotism of the type of Nigeria’s great nationalists. 

The former National Chairman who was represented by his Special Assistant on Students Affairs, Alhaji Kabiru Garba Ilelah, said he is overwhelmed with the way the old students unite themselves for a common purpose. 

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Also speaking, the immediate past Commissioner of Education Bauchi State, Dr Aliyu Usman Tilde said many people opposed his policies but says if he had the opportunity again he will continue to be what he was and stand by what he believed is right despite criticism of his policies and actions.

According to him when he assumed office as Commissioner, he met a system that was corrupt and so he didn’t trust anyone there, and that is why he co-opted his former disciplines to help in the restoration of the lost glory of education in the state.

” I met a system that was corrupt, I couldn’t trust anyone, yes because if we send people out for an examination they will collect money from Education Secretaries, from the Principals and so on, then cheating will take place and everybody is marked passed. So I felt that I need people to outsourced, credible people that will help me conduct some operations that are very important to the success of the ministry. And I explained this to people who asked why me then why do I, particularly to the old students of special schools. I told them because they are the products of what I want to institute here. They will understand my language, we can operate with them in the same way”, he said.

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He said the students he co-opts were products of a disciplined system he instill when he was Chairman of the Special Schools Management Board and that they understand the need for merit and ensure that Justice is done to any child in the public schools because they were served justice during their school years.

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He said there is a need for learning to take place in any educational institution, said when he was Education Commissioner and Chairman Special Schools Management Board many criticized his policies but he believed that the results of his rigorous policies pay back to society in the products the schools produced.


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