Mr Mohammed Dan’Azumi, Executive Chairman of Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board has affirmed the receipt of N5 billion from Universal Basic Education Commission, as assets for intercession for the redesign of offices in schools.
The Chairman, who stated this on Thursday in a meeting with Newsmen in Lafia, said that the cash was a piece of the intercession for the second standard of 2016.
He clarified that during the last administration in the state, the board got intercession from 2012 to the third share of 2016.
Dan’Azumi said that the board has finished up designs to promote the agreements offering in accordance with acquisition law and fair treatment to get qualified people that would convey quality occupation.
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He clarified that solitary veritable organizations with track records of value administration conveyance and who are effective in the agreement offering would be granted the agreements.
The Chairman, likewise stated that the board from 2011 spent over N10 billion in development and redesign of more than 400 study halls.
“We have likewise given staff workplaces, toilets offices, boreholes, parameters fencing in such a significant number of schools to make the conditions helpful for the two instructors and understudies.
“The arrangement of these offices and the approach of school bolstering has fundamentally expanded school enrolment in the state,” he said.
The Chairman included that the board has additionally offered need to the welfare of elementary teachers.
“Instructors from all the 13 Local Government Areas of the state were prepared in various systems as a component of endeavors to improve their skills for better administration conveyance,” he included.