NASS legislator Tajudeen Yusuf trains 2000 students in #BacktoSchool Initiative

Tajudeen Yusuf Back to School Initiative

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A member House of Representatives from Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu Federal Constituency, Honorable Tajudeen Yusuf has vowed to support education in his domain, citing education as a topmost priority that must be taken seriously.

Honorable Yusuf said this in Lokoja on Saturday, noting that his Back to School Summer studies was a way of contributing to the lives and growth of children around his constituency.

The second-time legislator in the National Assembly, further explained that Education plays a very vital role in the development and growth of the society and therefore urged that children should be given necessary attentions to enable them get good education.

Yusuf urged children to always be focused at their places of learning,noting that what ever knowledge is gained can never be forgotten.

He urged government at all level to improve on educational standards so as to produce great intellectuals in the country and called on children around his constituency to attend the summer classes so as to gain more knowledge for the future.

The Kabba-born representative said he would never desist From funding educational programmes which are aimed at developing students learning qualities.

According to the legislator, nearly 2000 Secondary School students from SS1 to 3 will participate in this year’s Back to School Initiative programme across ten centres in the Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu constituency.

List of Centres

Iyara- SS1- 102 Students, SS2- 83 Students, SS3- 44 Students; – 229

St. Barnabas- SS1- 101 Students, SS2- 131 Students, SS3- 33 Students – 265

Ogidi- SS1- 80 Students, SS2- 38 Students, SS3- 10 Students – 128

Comprehensive- SS1- 115 Students, SS2- 131Students, SS3- Students – 246

Ayede- SS1- 30 Students, SS2- 27 Students, SS3- 28 Students – 85

Okebukun- SS1- 60 Students, SS 2- 11 Students, SS3- 15 Students – 86

Ayetoro Gbede- SS1- 150 Students, SS2- 108 Students, SS3- 69 Students; – 327

Ekirin Adde- SS1- 81 Students, SS2- 42 Students, SS3- 30 Students – 153

Okoro-Gbede- SS1- 32 Students, SS2- 30 Students, SS3- 14 Students – 76

Otu Egunbe- SS1- 47 Students, SS2- 15 Students, SS3-6 Students -68

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