By Muhammad Kabir, Kano
The House of Representatives, Committee Chairman of Petroleum Upstream, Alhassan Ado Doguwa, has said that the Northern Region Educational continues decayed needs urgent Communities full participation if the region is to be rescued.
Alhasan Doguwa, who donated N5 Million to the Gaya/Bagauda Old Boys Association during a book launching Program, Sunday in Kano, said now that the Federal Government came out with a more desirable educational programs, the North needs to queue in with Community participation to safeguard their Education.
He said the only way Government efforts would be supplemented is by individual Persons participation by contributing their widow might so that the out of School Children syndrome would be tackle.
Alhasan Doguwa who was a Former House of Representatives Leader, said today’s educational story of the North is truly a sorry one that Government alone cannot solved, as such everyone should be committed to freeing it from it’s negative position.
He urge members of the Gaya/Bagauda Old Boys to continue to support the younger ones in school and supplement the efforts of Government in financing some gaps in the educational sector in our state and the Nation at large.
He reminded that the Federal Government is up and doing in its educational support scheme like students loan scheme and some special scholarships to assist the less privileged students in the society.
Alhasan Doguwa, Commended the full participation of their members to the Annual General meeting of Gaya/Bagauda Old boys Association, Darul Tawhid Conference Hall.
“This has added to my believes that still we have People’s who truly cares in the unfortunate educational standard of the North and I now know that together we shall rescue it and change the narrative”, Doguwa said.