Monday, September 26, 2022

Education In Northern Nigeria Has Always Been A Problem, But All Of This Abduction Has Made It Worse – Ahmad Lawan

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The Senate President Ahmad Lawan has called upon Nigerians to join hands with President Muhammadu Buhari in the fight against insecurity while noting that education in the Northern part of Nigeria has always been a problem but the recent incessant kidnapping, abduction, and banditry in the north has now even worsened the educational situation in the North more. Ahmad Lawan

The SP made this statement while speaking at the first solo exhibition of paintings and photographs by Stephen, son of Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe (Adamawa South), Lawan said insecurity that is plaguing the country is a challenge that must be prioritized and tackled jointly by all tiers of government for results to be realized.
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Ahmad Lawan Preaches Love, Tolerance And Sacrifice For ChristmasAhmad Lawan has said that the abduction of students in the north of which the latest is the abduction of teachers and students from Federal Government College in Birnin Yauri, Kebbi State, is threatening education in the northern region of the country.
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Ahmad Lawan said;

“In northern Nigeria, education has always been a problem and it is making it worse with this kind of abduction of students either in Islamiya school or normal secondary school or even in tertiary institutions like it happened in Afaka in Kaduna State, and I believe we should continue to fight this kind of insurgency, the banditry for us to restore normalcy in our country for our country to make progress.
Ahmad Lawan - Senate President “I want to assure everyone that this administration, the Muhammadu Buhari APC administration, will continue to work hard to bring back security to this country.
“It is a challenge, but I believe that it is for all of us – the Federal, States and, of course, the Local Government and all the communities and ethnic groups across the country.
“This is a situation that needs all hands on deck regardless of what you believe in. We all need to survive first before we achieve any excellence and I believe we can do so well.
“We can reverse the current trend of insecurity in our country. It is a very sad development that our education is suffering especially with so much kidnapping of school children especially the girl child.”

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