Education Minister calls for help for children learning under trees in Tombura State
Tombura, 20th September 2017. The State Minister of Education in Tambura state on Tuesday calls for help to support children who are still learning under trees in many parts of the State
Justin Ebere Ginana confirms that 29 schools in Tombura state are operating under trees. Anisa Radio reports.
Ebere reveals that currently, there are two national organizations include Life Skill Development Organization which has signed memorandum of understanding with the State Government to provide services to some schools.
He says the MoU is to address some of the issues and offer training to teachers and bringing in some teachers who can teach on voluntary basis and lesson planning.
The teachers also will be equipped on how to keep students in school, he adds.
The Minister says, there is need for schools’ rehabilitation, constructions and water sources in the schools
He calls on the parents to send their children to school who are the future of the Country.
Ebere says, every child has the full right to acquire education meanwhile he calls on children to focus on Education for better future.
The Education Minister appreciates the eighty six candidates who sat for national examinations for the 2016/2017 in Tombura State who passed 100%
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