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Joy as FCT community gets first ever public school

Jul, 2021 | By Mohammed S. Lawal | ||

It was a carnival atmosphere in Zamani community of Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) as the serene locality got its first ever public school, the LEA Primary school. Comprising a block of three classrooms, the hand-over of the school last week attracted the attention of relieved parents, community members, pupils and staff.

Chairman, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB), Dr Alhassan Sule, who visited the school received a huge welcome from the community following the completion of the historic project.

The school has an initial enrollment figure of 171 pupils. Prior to its establishment, the only educational facilities in the area were private schools with parents complaining loudly over the exorbitant fees and other charges. It was therefore no surprise that happy faces beaming with smiles greeted Dr Sule as he visited the school.

Head teacher of the school, Mr. Gbari Yohanna Tsaku, expressed gratitude to government for the project, adding that for long the community had no school and children were compelled to attend private schools at great cost to parents. He however, appealed to the Chairman that with the rapidly rising population of the school, there was need to build more classrooms.

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Unfurling a seven-leg package of measures, it said some of them were already in place from early May, 2021 when symptoms of the diarrheal disease surfaced, adding that this included the formation of Cholera Emergency Operation Centres.

Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Malam Muhammad Musa Bello, who received the delegation, expressed excitement about the project, saying that establishing the medical centre in Abuja will not only attract people seeking medical attention within the African continent.

The minister who gave the stop work order during an inspection tour of facilities at the primary healthcare centre, also revealed that the FCT Administration would set up a committee to ascertain the viability of the ongoing construction work to the primary healthcare centre.

In a move that will bring sunshine and joy to residents of Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Senate has passed the sum of N329, 963,491,523 billion as statutory budget for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for the year 2021.


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