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Niger State Commissioner Of Education, Hajiya Hannatu Jibrin Salihu reunites freed Kagara Students with family members
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Niger Commissioner Of Education Reunites Freed Kagara Students With Parents

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By Sadiq Muhammad Asa

Niger State Commissioner Of Education, Hajiya Hannatu Jibrin Salihu has yesterday, Sunday reunite the freed Kagara Students, Teachers and family Members with their relatives.

She assured that the Government is working closely with Security agencies and Stakeholders on the best approach to adopt to ensure the safety of Students in all the Schools particularly Boarding Schools in the State.

She also commend the parents for their pacivearanc and understanding with the Government through out the trying times.

Niger State Commissioner Of Education, Hajiya Hannatu Jibrin Salihu Reunites Freed Abducted Kagara Students with FamiliesThe Commissioner, expressed concern over the difficulty in reaching out to parents when the students were abducted and therefore called on the parents to always identify with the principals of the schools where their children go, by always visiting their wards from time to time.

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Hajiya Hannatu encouraged the freed Kagara Students to go back to the society in high spirit and not to be detterred by what happened to them and refused to return to School.

She therefore urged the parents and guardians of the Students not to withdraw their children from Boarding Schools, adding that the Ministry is already working out a template to ensure that the SS3 Students of the College write their Senior Secondary Certificate Examination, SSCE with out any hindrance.

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The Commissioner when asked about how soon the Ministry will open Bording Schools, she said Security challenge facing the State is huge and the Government have to ensure things are put in proper shape and that the Ministry is meeting with parents, Teachers and other stakeholders to come up with template for the reopening of the schools.

Speaking earlier at the event, the state commissioner for health, Dr Muhammed Makusidi, assured that the alumni of the school and government are doing their best to give the School a face lift.

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In his closing remarks, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Education, Engr.Abubakar Sadik Balarabe noted that the Ministry will continue to do its best in ensuring that the Schools are safe.

In her vote of thanks, the Director General of the Child’s Right Agency in the state, Barr. Maryam Kolo, who mobilized her Staff to counsel the students in order to get them out of the trauma described the experience as harrowing but happy with the students response to their counselling.

Source: Streetreporters.ng

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