Stakeholders Demand Review Of Bauchi Adult Education Enrolment

Stakeholders in the non-formal education sector have called for a  review of their strategies in this year’s school enrollment of learners to adult education centres.

The Executive Secretary of the Agency Alh. Nasiru Muhammad gave the indication at the Bauchi North Senatorial District, stakeholders meeting on the Mapping of Centers and Enrollment of Learners held at Katagum local government Secretariat.  

Nasiru Muhammad said the purpose of the meeting is to overcome the challenges of out-of-school learners and to provide a permanent solution in that direction.

Executive Secretary also used the medium to call on the rural facilitators, Chief Organizers of the Education and Social Development Unit of the seven Local government areas in the zone to fear Allah and discharge their duties diligently for the overall development of education in the state.

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Muhammad said he is committed to providing teaching and learning materials to adult education centres and embarking on a new method to address challenges facing adult and non-formal education centres with a view to actualising the set goals.

The Caretaker Chairman of Katagum local council Malam Umar Hassan represented by the Head of Administration of the council Ibrahim Hassan Jahun urged the participants to make good use of ideas shared during the meeting and appreciated the zeal of BASAME, Executive Secretary for his leadership style towards eradicating the out of schools learners in some education centres across the state.

Participants were drawn from seven local government areas of the state including Katagum, Jama’are, Zaki, Itas Gadau, Gamawa, Shira and Giade local governments respectively.

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