Lawmaker donates 17 classrooms to nomadic schools in Jigawa to boost education

Lawmaker donates 17 classrooms to nomadic schools in Jigawa to boost education

- Muhammadu Adamu Fegen Gawo, a member of the House of Representatives, has donated 17 classrooms for nomadic education in Jigawa state

- The Arewa Youth Forum praised the gesture of the lawmaker, and urged his collegues to emulate his kind action

- The forum also said that the provision of the building will boost the literacy level in the state

Muhammadu Adamu Fegen Gawo, a member of the House of Representatives of the Garki/Babaura federal constituency in Jigawa, has donated 17 classrooms for nomadic education in the state.

Nurah Mohammed praised of the Arewa Youth Forum, Jigawa chapter, praised the gesture of the lawmaker as he urged his contemporaries to do same, Daily Trust reports.

Mohammed said that said the act will held reduce illiteracy level among Fulani as well as boost the education in the state.

“We must appreciate Fagen Gawo, who set agenda for improving literacy level among the disadvantaged indigenes of the state.

“The construction of 17 classrooms for nomadic education in the state has not only reduced the level of illiteracy among the Fulani ethnic group, but also compliment government’s efforts in improving the standard of education in the state,” he said.

The chairman of the forum also said that the lawmaker has also provided portable drinking water to 20 communities, which is a very important and much needed amenity in the state.

He added: “Also intervention in the provision of portable water for the rural communities is critical for improving the living standard of the common people.”

“Fagen Gawo has provided portable drinking water in about 20 communities despite other interventions that bordered on beautification of rural communities by installing solar street lights.”

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Bishop Kukah said herdsmen should not be blamed for all problems Nigeria is currently facing and urged Nigerians to tackle the insecurities in the country without apportioning blame to any part of the region.

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