Enugu state Governor Dr. Peter Mbah reiterates his administration’s commitment to prioritizing the education sector
Governor Peter Mbah of Enugu state has reiterated his administration’s commitment to prioritising the education sector by changing the school curriculum for both primary and secondary schools.
The governor made the assertion today when the management of Augustine Nnamani Campus of the Nigerian Law School, Agbani, paid a courtesy visit to him at the government house, Enugu.
Correspondent Jude Ezike reports that the delegation was led by the Deputy Director General and Head of the campus, Mrs Maureen Stanley-Idum.
While commending the delegation for the visit, Dr Mbah promised to take Enugu state to the enviable height where the digital method of teaching and learning is compulsory in the school curriculum from basic to tertiary levels of education.
The governor who promised to assist the Nigerian Law School, Enugu campus to surmount some of its challenges, noted that the education sector will be given more attention in the next year’s budget in order to properly execute the lofty initiative seamlessly.
While congratulating the governor for his victory at the polls as well as the tribunal, the Deputy Director General and Head of Augustine Nnamani Campus, Mrs Maureen Stanley-Idum described it as historic in the political development of Enugu State, saying the visit was aimed at intimating the governor on the areas where the campus needed the assistance of the state government.
Mrs Stanley-Idum who said the Campus is faced with too many challenges including inadequate facilities and infrastructural development, noted that it is imperative to develop the school as quickly as possible so as to reap the maximum advantage and benefits from the decentralization of the Nigerian Law School and the citing of the campus in the South East.