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Sen Binani Supports 86 Schools In Her Constituency With Instructional Materials

The Periscope reporter

The Senator representing Adamawa central senatorial zone, Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed popularly known as Binani has taken to promoting education by distributing instructional materials for nursery and primary schools in her constituency.

The distribution targeted eighty six schools cut across the central senatorial district of Adamawa state.

presenting the instructional materials to the education secretaries of the 7 Local Governments Thursday, Binani said the intervention was one of her salient objectives.

“This particular event is important and very dear to my heart as it aims at strengthening our basic education there by renewing hope for our children who the leaders of tomorrow,” Binani said

Binani explained that she was flagging off 146 different interventions of instructional materials that comprised of the following list:

Customized Exercise Books.
 Text Books.
 sets of students customized Tough Plastic Table.
 sets of students customized Tough Plastic Chairs.
 Mathematical Teaching Kits.
 Mathematical sets.
 Packs of Pens.
 Packs of Pencil.
 White boards.
 Tables for Teachers.
 Tables for Head Teachers.
 chairs for Teachers.
 chairs for Head Teachers.
 A4 Paper.
* Laser Jet Printers.
* Desktop computers.
*. UPS.
* Generators.

The acting APC state chairman, Alh. Ibrahim Bilal lauded the Senator for the unprecedented representation.

Bilal said through out his political experience, he has never experienced such a Binani model.
He prayed that Allah SWT would continue to give the senator the success in all her activities.

Bilal has on behalf of the state’s party, commended the senator for justifying the confidence reposed on her.

Below is the list of the 86 schools to benefit from Binani’s intervention across the 7 local governments, namely; Yola North, Yola South, Girei, Fufore, Song, Gombi and Hong that constitute the central senatorial district of the state:

YOLA NORTH:

1. CAPITAL PRIMARY SCHOOL .
2. NYIBAGO PRIMARY SCHOOL.
3. OLD GRA PRIMARY SCHOOL .
4. BEKAJI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
5. AIRFORCE NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. YELWA JIMETA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. NASARAWO PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. ARMY CHILDREN SCHOOL, ARMY BARRACKS.
9. JAMBUTU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
10. KAREWA GOV’T RESERVED AREA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
11. LADI ATIKU GIRLS PRIMARY SCHOOL.
12. KOFARE SCIENCE ACADEMY.
13. LIMAWA PRIMARY SCHOOL

YOLA SOUTH:

1. DOULABI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
2. SANGERE BODE PRIMARY SCHOOL SABON GARI DUNDERE.
3. WUROYANKA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
4. BAKURU KINDAM PRIMARY SCHOOL.
5. SANDA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. BOLE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. YELWA YOLA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. HAMMAWA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
9. RUMDE JABBI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
10. YOLDE KOHI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
11. RUMDE MALLUM NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL.
12. NJOBOLIYO FULANI PRIMARY SCHOOL.

GIREI:

1. CHAKAMIDARI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
2. MODIBBO LAUWAL PRIMARY SCHOOL.
3. LAINDE BADIRISA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
4. GOGRA JATAU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
5. JIFAN PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. ABBA MURKE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. BAEN NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. GERENG NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL.
9. ALIYU BA PRIMARY SCHOOL.

SONG:

1. SIMBO SOKORON PRIMARY SCHOOL.
2. WUREDE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
3. GUDURE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
4. GILBANBARA PRIMARY SCHOOL GILDAN BARA NANA.
5. SIGIRE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. TASU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. SHIURE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. SUKTU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
9. TSAU BIRI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
10. WURO DAUDU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
11. TSAU BIRI PRIMARY SCHOOL.

GOMBI:

1. IBBI TAWA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
2. TSAKUWA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
3. SABON LAYI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
4. JEBRE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
5. ISLAMIYYA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. GARKIDA C PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. GEGELLI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. TAPARE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
9. KIRO PRIMARY SCHOOL.
10. KANJARA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
11. GIRLS ONLY UNGUWAN FARANSA PRIMARY SCHOOL.

HONG:

1. NGALBI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
2. MUSDA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
3. MULULAH PRIMARY SCHOOL.
4. WURO BOKKI KILBA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
5. HONG CENTRAL PRIMARY SCHOOL.
6. MUBULA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
7. ZAH PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. PELA 1 PRIMARY SCHOOL.
9. ZHEDINYI PRIMARY SCHOOL.
10. JALINGO UBA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
11. MOMOBOL PRIMARY SCHOOL.
12. MUNGA PRIMARY SCHOOL.
13. WURO BAJAM PRIMARY SCHOOL.
14. SHASHASHAU PRIMARY SCHOOL.

FUFORE:

1. KABILLO PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
2. JALA’UL ISLAM NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
3. ARDO HAMMAN TUKUR MEMORIAL NURSERY/PRY SCHOOL 2
4. BONGIRE PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
5. WURO LAMIDO PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
6. MALJAU SUNNAH FUFORE PRIMARY SCHOOL
7. MADUGU MEMORIAL NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL.
8. YOLDE BOKKI PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
9. DIGINO NGARAWU PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
10. WURO MALLUM PRIMARY SCHOOL 2.
11. BAPPARE PRIMARY SCHOOL.
12. WURO ISHIAKU PRIMARY SCHOOL.
13. SABON GARI PRIMARY SCHOOL.

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