Think Nigeria First Initiative (TNFI) a leading non-governmental organization on character moulding, sensitization, mobilization and value reorientation in Nigeria has commended the governor of Katsina State, Aminu Bello Masari for the rapid transformation and development of the education sector in the state.
The Director General of the group, Amb. Abubakar Tsanni in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja said that Masari’s restoration programme in education, health and agriculture deserved commendation urging other state governors to take a leaf from it.
Tsanni who led a delegation recently from TNFI on a courtesy call to the governor in Katsina, noted that despite the economic downturn Masari has renovated over 1000 schools and also built over 26 news ones within one year of his administration.
He said schools in Katsina State are enjoying total rejuvenation because almost all the schools across the state are wearing a new face in both material and human capital development, adding that “indeed governor Masari thinks Katsina first.” He also congratulated the state for her historic performance in the 2016 Senior Secondary School Examination by WAEC which placed Katsina as second best performing state in the whole country and the first in the whole of the 19 northern states.
According to the DG, the 2016 WAEC result is an attestation of the governor’s performance in the sector, stating, “Your educational development projects through infrastructural development, teachers’ education development, students motivation strategy and laboratories development were the driven force that enable the state to attain such historic height in Nigeria’s education system.”
“Governor Aminu Bello Masari’s evolution in the education system has brought a new leaf in the sector across the state.”