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President Buhari says Nigeria’s salvation lies in schooling, urges extra consideration to studying

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President Buhari says Nigeria’s salvation lies in education, urges more attention to learning


President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday in Daura, Katsina State, mentioned Nigeria’s socio-economic and political salvation will come from schooling, urging electorate to include studying as a lifestyle whilst the federal government will do its highest to supply get right of entry to.

The President, who was once honoured in his nation house, Daura, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Neighborhood Secondary Faculty, Daura, mentioned he changed into an orphan at a tender age, however his 9 years in boarding college and becoming a member of the military formed his lifestyles.

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The President and 5 others based the Neighborhood Secondary Faculty as neighborhood carrier.

“I spent 9 years within the boarding college the place the lecturers showered us with love, care and general dedication. They handled you as their very own kids.

“They counseled you whilst you did neatly, and flogged you on naked buttocks should you misbehaved,” mentioned the President.

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He praised the present control of the college, which is now renamed Pilot Secondary Faculty, Daura, for keeping up prime requirements.

President Buhari implored the outdated boys affiliation to hold at the just right paintings they had been going, main as much as the present place of the college.

The chief of the group, Alhaji M.T Bature, the Sarkin Kudu of Katsina, mentioned the imaginative and prescient of the founding fathers, together with the President, had ensured the luck of such a lot of sons of the state, with many rising as much as grow to be professors, engineers, docs and army generals.

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