Gombe Governor breaking new grounds in Basic Education, Babadidi.

The Executive Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB Gombe Hon. Babaji Babadidi says the policy direction of Governor Mohammed Inuwa Yahaya towards Basic Education in the state is such that the sub-sector will witness a paradigm shift that has never been seen before in the state.

Hon Babaji Babadidi who stated this recently at the sideline of the flag off of the distribution of school uniforms and bags containing writing materials to pupils in public schools by Governor Mohammed Inuwa Yahaya in Bajoga said in less than six months the Board has constructed and renovated over 400 schools across the state.

He praised Governor Inuwa Yahaya for establishing the Basic Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) a development he which he says has so far taken over two hundred thousand out of school children back to school.

The Gombe SUBEB chairman appeal to parents and guardian to support government policy in this regard by sending their children to school.

The flag off of the distribution of school uniforms and bags containing writing materials to pupils in the state by Governor Mohammed Inuwa Yahaya is one of the numerous effort by the present administration in Gombe state to increase enrolement and enhance the quality of teaching and learning.

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