“Our actions pushes Katsina State’s WAEC result to 55% success” – Masari

The Katsina state Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari boosted that with the huge investment in the education sector, Katsina State secondary schools recorded 55% success in WAEC results as against the 10% being obtained before the coming of his administration.

Alhaji Aminu Masari was speaking when he received the Katsina state Awareness for good leadership, peace and development Association led by the grand patron, senator Abba Ali at government house, Katsina. The Governor thanked the Association for the positive review of its programmes,adding that in doing so,they should not only highlight what the government was able to do but what it promised but did not do or the projects with poor execution.

He assured that he would not allow officials or ministries or consultants to be aiding and abetting poor execution of government projects and asked people to be reporting poor job execution in their domain. In the education sector, Alhaji Aminu Masari said the APC administration constructed additional dormitories to decongest the students, saying the present government met worse scenario of 3 students sharing one bed in both boys and girls boarding schools.

The Governor also stated that inputs from associations in the state is highly needed to assist government in peer reviewing its policies and programmes. The Grand patron of the Association, Senator Abba Ali told the Governor that they were at government house to brief on efforts being made to promote the achievements of the APC administration in the state.

Senator Abba Ali spoke at length on the achievements of Masari led administration, especially in the education sector. The state chairman of the Association, Abdullahi Aliyu also informed the Governor that they have been going round the state and informing the citizens about the progress so far recorded in the state. He used the visit to solicit for financial assistance, and a vehicle  to help them do more .

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