Nigerian Police Children Education, Lafia to open an Annex in Keffi

Nigerian Police Children Education

By Tobi Owoyimika

 

To further expand its education territory, police children school, Lafia, under the Nigeria Police Education unit, is set to open an annex in Keffi and Akwanga, Nasarawa State.

In several successful meetings held in Keffi and Akwanga, under the guise of its amiable head teacher, Mrs Victoria Aroniyo, plans have been concluded to start the immediate operation of police children schools in these focal areas of the state.

In one of the meetings held in Keffi, Nasarawa state, the Interim Management Commitee Chairman of the Local Government Council, Alhaji Ismaila Nuhu Sallau said the establisment of an annex of the school in Keffi, will be a dream come true for the entire people of Keffi.After agreeing with his council members, he gave the nod for the immediate establishment of the school.

Much to the delight of the head teacher, she thanked him for the kind gesture and opportunity to establish an annex of the school in Keffi.

Nigerian Police Children Education

Pupils of Police Children School, Lafia, during a courtesy visit to the DPO, Keffi Station, CSP Suleiman A.K.

She noted that due to the fact that there is only one police children in the whole of Nasarawa state and considering its closeness to the FCT, that prompted her doggedness to ensure that More police children schools are established in the state.

In her words, “establishing  an annex of police children school in Keffi, will be of significant benefits to the people of Keffi and environs. Our school fees is one of the cheapest and we have quality teachers dedicated to doing their jobs.

In terms of employment to Police Children School,keffi,your people will be at the forefront”. The education secretary of the council, Mrs Adiza Abubakar further gave her “100 percent” support for the establishment of the school.

With massive support of the Force education Unit headquarters, Deidei, Abuja, marshalled by DCP Rabiu Ladodo and the creative work been carried out by the incumbent headteacher, PCS, Lafia,Mrs Victoria Aroniyo,it is safe to say the Nigerian education system is witnessing a genuine turnaround.

 

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1 Comment

  1. J.k

    Sep 13, 2018 at 1:54 pm

    Welldone to the head teacher,a great job done.we need more people like her.Thanks for the post

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