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Yobe State Governor, Mai Mala Buni has directed the reopening of all boarding colleges within the State for the continuation of the 2020/2021 tutorial session.

The Governor gave the directive yesterday in a gathering with heads of safety companies and different related stakeholders to assessment the safety state of affairs within the State.

Hussaini Mai Suleh, Press Secretary to the State Deputy Governor, in a press release made accessible to DAILY POST, indicated that Buni, who was represented by his Deputy, Idi Barde Gubana recalled that the boarding colleges have been shut on twenty eighth February, 2021, following a wave of scholars’ abduction in some components of the nation.

The governor famous that the federal government had taken all essential measures to guard the lives and property of all colleges within the State.

In the meantime, briefing newsmen after the assembly, the Commissioner for Primary and Secondary Training, Dr. Mohammed Sani Idriss, mentioned that in latest occasions, armed bandits have been concentrating on instructional establishments and colleges, thereby abducting harmless college students in some northwestern states.


He maintained tha in Yobe State, ample safety measures have been put in place to guard college students and colleges with the assist and cooperation of faculties’ administration, dad and mom and guardians, amongst different stakeholders.

Additionally talking, the Particular Adviser on Safety Issues, Brig. Gen. Dahiru Abdulsalam (Rtd) mentioned kidnapping of scholars remained one certainly one of Nigeria’s many safety challenges with armed bandits irritating the pursuance of Western training.

He assured that, “safety companies within the state are dedicated to their job”.

The assembly had in attendance the Commissioner of Police, Commandant Sector 2 Operation Lafiya Dole, Commandant Nigeria Safety and Civil Defence Corps, Director Safety Service, Particular Advisor on Safety Issues, in addition to Director Cupboard and Safety.


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