By Abdullahi Muhammad Sheka, Kano
Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf of Kano State has been identified as a real bridge builder who works day and night in search of a sustainable way that Alarammas and Tsangaya pupil will have a sense of belonging and inclusivity especially in the education system.
The Special Adviser to the Governor of religious affairs, Gwani Musa Hamza Falaki states this during a media chat in his office.
He pointed that Alarammas and almajiris have been marginalised especially in communities and public schools were they are supposed to get basic literacy, numeracy and life skills through safe spaces thereby promoting inclusive and equitable quality education for them in Kano State.
Falaki said Abba Kabir Yusuf’s administration is focused on empowering women, youths and children to enable them escape from the cycle of poverty.
The Government of Kwankwasiyya “has firmly believe that education is the cornerstone of empowerment, and the programmes initiated by this government especially the new school initiated by his Excellency the former Governor of Kano, Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso last two weeks is a testament to our dedication to making a positive impact in the lives of those tsangaya pupils.
“We are very happy, the people of Kano State have celebrated the achievements and remarkable with the humanitarian gesture of Abba Kabir Yusuf government lifting 1001 students to various Universities abroad were first and second batch has already landed at various destinations as stated above.”
He added that immediately those screened almajiris by the grace of Allah when they graduates, they would be awarded with primary and secondary leaving certificate and by getting that certificate definitely they will get scholarships to attend various Universities across the world.