Kwamoti Laori commissions block of three classrooms at GDSS Sabo-Gari Dwam

The member representing Numan/Demsa and Lamurde federal constituency in the house of representatives, Hon Kwamoti Laori has commissioned a one block of three classrooms at government day secondary school Sabon-Gari, Dwam in Demsa local government of Adamawa State.

Kwamoti while addressing the mamooth crowd that thronged the school to witness the epoch making event, told the people that the project was in fulfilment of his campaign promise.

He noted that one of his major priorities as a lawmaker, is to ensure that pupils and students get quality education noting that the feat cannot be achieved without befitting classrooms.

Kwamoti urged parents and teachers to make good use of the facility adding that the project is not his personal project but meant for the overall good of the people and development of education in particular.

He thanked the people for their tenacity to ensure their children attend school which compel them to start the foundation of the school.

The lawmaker also thanked the commissioner of education and the office of the head of service for their numerous efforts towards enhancing education in the area.

He noted that with the new classrooms, primary school and secondary school students don’t have to compete for spaces in schools.

He also noted that in the next two weeks, similar projects will be commissioned in two more communities in the constituency.

Laori thanked governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for his concern for education making the state government to pay WAEC and NECO fees of students in the state and for providing compulsory free education in the state.

Also speaking, James Iliya, Adamawa State commissioner for entrepreneurship, thanked Laori for the gesture praying God to give him long life and prosperity to continue to impact the lives of the less privileged members of the society.

He noted that without education, no meaningful development can be made in any given society noting that education is the major driver of development in contemporary world.

Also thanking the lawmaker, the principal of the government secondary school, Sabon-Gari Dwam, Jocthan Donas thanked the lawmaker for coming to their aid.

He said with the intervention, the issue of inadequate classrooms has been resolved.

Donas however, called on the ministry of education to build offices for staff and provide furnitures for the teeming students as chairs and tables are grossly inadequate.

Responding to the principal’s request, Adamawa State commissioner of education, Mrs Wilbina Jackson who showered praises on the lawmaker thanked him for his various interventions in the education sector and beyond.

She promised to table the challenges enumerated by the principal to the governor in addition to the request for building of perimeter fence around the school to secure all the students.


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