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Sensational boost: Zulum’s staggering N80M gift ignites education revolution



In an electrifying gesture that’s set to reshape the destiny of education, Governor Banagana Zulum of Borno State has unfurled a monumental gift that promises to rewrite the future.

With the stage illuminated by hope, he announced a staggering N80 million grant to the Guwori Islamic Academy, igniting a fire of transformation in the heart of Jere Local Government Area.

Amidst a gathering brimming with anticipation, Governor Zulum’s voice soared like a clarion call, echoing across the annals of history. His declaration, delivered with unshakeable resolve at the school’s graduation ceremony, heralded an era of boundless opportunities for vulnerable children seeking education’s embrace.

The N80 million bounty, a war chest of possibilities, is set to be disbursed in strategic installments. It’s more than just a financial infusion—it’s a lifeline to education. These funds will orchestrate the rise of educational edifices, enhance the well-being of teachers, and craft an environment conducive to learning and growth.

“I stand here today, in awe of the exceptional performance I’ve witnessed,” Governor Zulum proclaimed. His admiration for the students’ prowess was palpable, a testament to his commitment to propelling education forward. In a resounding declaration of intent, he pledged his administration’s unrelenting support for quality education, both formal and non-formal.

The governor’s vision shone through the generous grant. “Each year,” he proclaimed, “N20 million will flow into the academy’s coffers.” This isn’t a fleeting promise; it’s a commitment etched in the sands of time, a lifeline of support that will empower teachers, elevate infrastructure, and pave the way for a brighter tomorrow.

But the transformative tide didn’t stop there. In a gesture that echoed the value placed on knowledge and devotion, Governor Zulum bestowed N4.1 million upon the graduating students who had crossed the threshold of excellence. Twenty-three budding scholars and twelve Quranic virtuosos were celebrated with this life-changing gift, a token of appreciation for their dedication and hard work.

As the governor’s words hung in the air, they resonated with a call to action. He implored parents to imbue their children with the teachings of Islam, igniting their potential to become responsible pillars of society. His words, laden with determination, echoed his administration’s unwavering commitment to fostering progress, safeguarding lives, and nurturing economic development.

The event painted a portrait of hope, a canvas of transformation where the pen of education writes the stories of futures untold. Governor Zulum’s gift, both in material value and symbolic impact, stood as a beacon of change, a testament to the belief that education isn’t just an investment—it’s a legacy that illuminates the path to greatness.

Hamza Suleiman

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