Breaking NewsEducationLatestNewslineState News

Bauchi assembly urges executive arm to reintroduce TTC

Rabiu Ishaq Mohammed

Bauchi State House of Assembly has appealed to the executive arm to reintroduce Teacher Training College to improve the quality of Primary School Teachers and education across the state.

This is contained in motion moved by member representing Bogoro Constituency Musa Wakili Nakwada during plenary presided over by the speaker Babayo Muhammad Akuyam.

Musa Nakwada noted that teacher education shall continue to be emphasized in all education planning and development hence the need for the government to reintroduce Teacher Training Colleges for optimum teacher performance in the state.

The lawmaker insisted on training the NCE holders in order to properly address the problem at the basic level of education and it will help in restoring the glory of education as well as help train the young students who will become qualified teachers of tomorrow.

Contributing on the motion, member representing Ningi Constituency Abubakar Sulaiman informed the house that education is concurrently in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and urged the house to allowed the motion to pass and persuade it’s at the executive level because of its important towards improving quality of education in the state.

Similarly, a bill to repeal Sa’adu Zungur University and re-enact the university’s establishment laws as well as amend its name Sa’adu Zungur University Gadau has passed into law.

The house has also adopted a report of its committee on health in respect of a motion calling on the government to upgrade Yana Maternity in Shira Local Government to Yana Health Care Centre and provide Medical Staff.

Presenting the report, the chairman of the committee Lawal Dauda said, the move became imperative and germane based on the growing population of the area which in turns increases the demands for health care services.

Meanwhile, a bill to amend the Bauchi State Agency for Persons Disability has also scale second reading and was referred to the house committee on Women Affairs for further legislative action.


Leave a Reply

Back to top button