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Kano Govt Bans Children From Street Begging


Kano State Authorities has banned avenue begging of kids in a bid to totally consolidate the free and obligatory main and secondary faculties schooling coverage within the state.

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje made this identified throughout the launch of Fundamental Schooling Service Supply for All (BESDA) and the Distribution of Provide of Appointment to 7,500 volunteer lecturers, held at Sani Abacha Stadium, Kofar Mata, on Tuesday.

Lamenting on the ugly state of affairs of the social menace, Governor Ganduje pressured that the dad and mom and/or guardians of the kids could be taken to courtroom for disrespecting our legal guidelines.

“This coverage of free and obligatory primary and secondary schooling goes together with the combination of our Almajiri system into the mainstream coverage implementation; which means that English and Arithmetic should be included within the Almajiri College’s curriculum.

“Whereas they are going to proceed buying their examine of the Holy Qur’an, they’d on the identical time, be taught English and Arithmetic, which can give them a chance to proceed with their research to secondary faculties and past.

“It isn’t solely that the beggar is caught, his dad and mom and/or guardians. Such dad and mom or guardians could be taken to courtroom for disrespecting our legal guidelines,” he insisted.

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A complete variety of 7,500 newly recruited educating volunteers beneath the BESDA programme have been employed and given letters of appointment.

The governor acknowledged that “they will be posted to Islamiyyah and Almajiri schools so that our Almajiri schools would be fully integrated under our new policy of education.”

Governor Ganduje warned that any Almajiri trainer with pupils beneath the Almajiri faculty association should settle for the brand new strategy put in place by the state authorities, including that, “If you think you cannot accept that, then you leave the state.”

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