12 December 2012

Nigeria: Borno Recruits 1,000 Teachers

The Commissioner of Education, Alhaji Inuwa Kubo, said this while briefing newsmen on the activities of his ministry in Maiduguri.

Kubo said government also raised the monthly allocation for feeding of students in secondary schools from N20 million to N100 million.

Kubo said government spent about N9.4 billion on the execution of projects in the education sector this year.

He said the projects included renovation of all secondary schools in the state.

"We also constructed new classrooms and procured numerous instructional materials to boost teaching and learning in schools. NAN

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