Abubakar Malami, of Kebbi, Recapitulates Dedication to Great Education.
The Federation’s Attorney General and Attorney General, Abubakar Malami, SAN, reiterated his commitment to complementing federal and state government efforts to provide better quality education in Kebbi. Malami announced this during an awards day at the Rayhaan Birnin Kebbi Modeling Academy on Saturday.
He described the creation of the Rayhaan Model Academy as part of his contribution to complement the government’s efforts to stabilize education in the state. “This announces the decision to have a pioneering modeling academy, the Rayhaan Birnin Kebbi Model Academy.
He said the school was established to complement the government’s efforts in promoting quality education for the country. Malami expressed her optimism that the academy will produce highly capable intellectuals in universities who will participate in the competitive global society at large.
“I hope that in the near future, the academy’s students will contribute a lot in the fields of engineering, medicine, industry, administration and entrepreneurship,” he stated.
Malami praised the parents and guardians for entrusting custody of their guardians to the academy and promised to ensure their dreams come true.
The Minister also highly appreciated the teaching staff and beyond the lecturers who have made many contributions to the development of the academy. Earlier, APC gubernatorial candidate Dr Nasir Idris praised Malami’s great contributions in developing education and serving humanity in the state. He said the minister’s name would be written in gold as the quintessential politician and philanthropist.
Idris said his political journey would not be complete without the Minister.
The chairman of the academy’s board of trustees, Malam Isiyaku Abdullahi, revealed that the academy has graduated 102 students out of a total of 405 students currently enrolled at the school.
“The school has become one of the best in the state in a short period of time and is the choice of many children and parents in the state,” he said.
The Nigerian News Agency (NAN) reported that Alhaji Bashar Illo, the event’s main pitcher, donated N5 million; Alhaji Garba Illo and his relatives donated 5 million Naira and Dr. Nasiru Idris donated 10 million Naira. Others are Khadimiyya For Justice and Development Initiative, which donated a mobile science lab with 1 million naira.