The Kano Civil Society Forum has urged the state government to as a matter of urgency review the leadership of committee on the remodeling of the Almajiri System of Education in the state.
The body said more relevant stakeholder, whose opinion and neutral personality could earn for the committee, unconditional acceptability, recognition, and support from all other stakeholders so as to guarantee the success of the activities of the Committee.’
Solacebase recalled that Governor Abdullahi Ganduje last week inaugurated a technical committee on the remodeling of Almajiri system of education.
This was contained in a statement jointly signed by Kano Civil Society Forum Ibrahim A. Waiya and the forum public relations officer M.K. Adam forwarded to Solacebase on Sunday. It said the Committee as the name implied (Technical Committee), should compose only important and professional stakeholders, whose membership in the committee could provide the needed technical expertise, to successfully accomplish the assignment, but not politicians.
The statement said the initiative which will positively impact on the state if properly handled require the inclusion of representatives of Kano Civil Society Organisations working on the project, because of their technical skills, expertise, experience around researches and even direct interventions at some points in time, whose contributions in the assignment of the committee,
‘’The Secretariat of the Committee, should be domiciled at the Qur’anic and Islamiyya Schools Management Board, being a major stakeholder Agency with the mandate, on Almajiris issues in the State,’’ said the statement.’’
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