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Nigeria’s Government To Upgrade 50 Secondary Schools

Nigeria’s Government has begun the upgrading of 50 selected Senior Secondary Schools across the country.

According to Daily Post, Executive Secretary of the National Senior Secondary Education Commission, NSSCE, Dr Iyela Ajayi, disclosed this while speaking in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital, during a recent courtesy visit by Commissioner of Education, Dr John Mamman.

A statement by NSSCE’s Head of Public Relations and Protocol, Fatima Ahmed Bappare, said Dr Ajayi explained that Government College, Nasarawa, was among the selected schools for the upgrade.

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According to him, President Bola Tinubu placed a high priority on the development of the education sector, as evident in the budget allocation to the sector in the 2024 Appropriation Act.

“The upgrade of the 50 selected senior secondary schools across the nation, which was captured in the 2024 budget, is a clear testimony of this administration’s commitment to the development of senior secondary education in the country,” he added.

Dr Ajayi called for cooperation between the Nasarawa State Ministry of Education and the consultant that would be on site for a smooth take-off during the upgrade.

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