Kano SUBEB Chair, Dr. Hayyo emerges best performing in North West-UBEC
The President’s Schools Debate Nigeria in Collaboration with Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has awarded the Executive Chairman, Kano State Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Danlami Hayyo, Best performance SUBEB Chairman in North\West Geo Political Zone.
While presenting the award to the Executive Chairman at the just concluded Primary School Debate competition held at Federal Ministry of Education, in Abuja, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mr Andrew Adejo David said the award was in recognition of Dr. Hayyo excellent performance in basic education service delivery where he left no stone unturned at ensuring he utilized every opportunity at improving the sub sector.
This was contained in a statement issued by Kano SUBEB Deputy Director Public Relations and Communication, Balarabe Danlami Jazuli, on Friday.
The statement said the Permanent Secretary further disclosed that the Ministry resolved to present the award and in his words” To you in recognition of your outstanding achievements and commitments to the development of education especially in the basic education sector”
‘’In a remark, the Executive Chairman, Dr. Danlami attributed the achievements in the basic education sector to Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje led administration for his untiring support and commitment towards ensuring that Kano state becomes a leading state in basic education in the country,‘’ the statement said.
Dr. Hayyo added ”I therefore dedicate this prestigious award to my Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and the people of Kano state in reciprocity for supporting me and also compliment the Governor’s untiring commitment for all that he has been doing in the sector”
According to the statement, the presentation of the award was part of the 62nd Independence of Presidential Inter Schools (Primary) Debate Champion Competition.
Other highlight of the occasion was the debate competition where the pupils ‘display their talents indicating there is hope in public schools with commitments from teachers, the learners can do better applauded by the Permanent Secretary.