Kano establishes three Almajiri schools
Kano establishes three Almajiri schools Kano State Authorities says it has established three Tsangaya schools for the mixing of the Almajiri system of schooling into the western schooling system.
Governor Abdullahi Ganduje acknowledged this on the distribution of tutorial supplies and inauguration of the ‘Teen Belief Newspaper’ on the Authorities Home, Kano, on Tuesday.
He mentioned the colleges have been established following the choice taken by the federal government to ban Almajiri system and return all of the Almajiris in Kano state to their respective states of origin.
“The three Tsangaya faculties constructed are for Kano State Almajiris that have been returned to Kano from different states.
“To this point we now have chosen 100 of such Almajiris, gave them admission into the colleges, and offered them with all their wants, together with lodging, uniforms, and books,” he mentioned.
Ganduje, who decried the Almajiri system of schooling, mentioned the Kano State Authorities would proceed to maintain its free and obligatory schooling coverage, in addition to the mixing of Almajiri schooling into the standard system to present the kids the chance to accumulate each Islamic and western schooling on the identical time.
He disclosed that the state authorities had sponsored quite a few major faculty lecturers who lacked the minimal educating qualification to accumulate an NCE certificates.
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