From Adam Muhammad, GUSAU
Zamfara State Governor, Dauda Lawal, on Monday, said that his Administration is committed to the revitalization of the education sector at all levels.
The Governor stated this when he paid an unscheduled visit to the College of Health Science and Technology, Tsafe in Tsafe town the headquarters of Tsafe local government council of the state .
A statement by the Spokesperson to the Governor, Sulaiman Bala Idris, said that the visit was to assess the level of infrastructural challenges confronting the School.
The statement read in parts: “Governor Lawal was taken around the school by the Provost, Hamisu Yusuf Yelwa, where he inspected and assessed the condition of the classrooms and students’ hostels.
“Part of the buildings inspected were blocks of classrooms, the Dauda Lawal Dare Complex which was constructed by the Governor as part of his philanthropic services years before he was elected.
“While assessing the female hostels, Governor Lawal interacted with some of the students occupying it. They highlighted the major problems making the hostel uninhabitable.
“Governor Lawal was worried about the condition of the infrastructural decay in the college, and vow to take swift action in addressing the problem.
“He tasked the Provost to provide a detailed report of their needs, in his effort to overhaul the educational sector in the State.”