Hassan Muhammad Tukur Reports
Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina state has emphasized the need for students of tertiary institutions to remain committed to the persuit of not only knowledge but excellent character for posterity.
The governor stated this while receiving the president of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Mr Bamidele Danielson Akpan who led other students’ Union leaders during a courtesy call at government house, katsina.
Governor Masari explained that the present APC administration had executed various projects and Programmes to enhance education in the state most importantly, primary and secondary schools for emergence of middle level manpower.
On tertiary education, the Governor announced that arrangements are in top gear for the take off of faculty of medicine at Umar Musa Yar’adua University.
According to him, structures to accommodate faculty of law are on ground in the university.
He also spoke at length on the achievements recorded in the education, especially as it relates to the recruitment of teachers through N-Power Programme.
Speaking during the visitation, president of the NANS, Bamidele Danielson Akpan said they were at government house to present report on their tour to projects sites in katsina state.
He said they were able to inspect projects under three sub sectors of education, health and infrastructure.
He lauds the governor for executing laudable programmes in the state.