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Zamfara constructs 4,000 classrooms in 7 years

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Zamfara constructs 4,000 classrooms in 7 years

In a bid to decongest classrooms, improve teacher-student ratio, as well as provide conducive atmosphere for effective teaching and learning process in its schools, the Zamfara State Government said it had in the last seven years constructed over 4,000 new classroom structure in primary schools across the state.

The Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (ZSUBEB), Alhaji Murtala Adamu Jangebe, disclosed this while addressing newsmen in Gusau about the activities of the board to transform the state’s education system. The Chairman, who recalled that before the inception of this present administration there were dilapidated structures in the primary schools, hinted that the level of the decayed infrastructure made the construction of additional new classrooms necessary as part of efforts at improving the education sector.

He noted that apart from constructing new 4,000 classroom structures, the Board also procured teaching and learning materials worth several millions of naira to adequately equip the schools in order to ensure that the pupils have quality learning environment. “So far, we have constructed over 4,000 classrooms since inception of this administration in 2011, and we have also procured learning materials valued at several millions of naira and equipped our schools across the state,” Jangebe added.

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