Kaakaki Adamawa calls on Government to change curriculum being use in schools


By Nasir Muhammad

The Kakaki Adamawa Emirate, Professor Abubakar Abba Tahir has called on government and stakeholders in the education sector in the county to change curriculum being used in schools.
He made the call during the speech and prize giving day of Aliyu Mustapha College Yola, organized by old student Association, class of two thousand and three.
Professor Abba Tahir who was the Guest speaker at the event explained that with digital technology thousands of jobs were been lost, hence need for government to review the curriculum of schools by introducing more entrepreneurial courses.
He noted that there is also need for government to build career monitoring centres in schools to enable graduating students learn entrepreneur skills of their choice.
Professor Tahir saluted the Old Boys Association for organizing the event and urged other sets to emulate them.
In his remark, Principal of Aliyu Mustapha College Yola, Umar Sanda expressed appreciation to the AMOSA students of college for providing infrastructural development in the college and urged them to maintain the tempo.
He commended governor Ahmadu Umaru for the prompt payment of WAEC and NECO fees.
Speaking, chief organizer of the event, Architect Abubakar Aliyu said the aim of the event is to revive the culture of the school speech and prize giving day which was abandon for many years.
He called on parents to strictly monitor the education of their children to enable them become good ambassadors of the society.
Acting General Manger of Adamawa Broadcasting Corporation ABC Yola, Abdul-Nasir Ali was among dignitaries who witnessed the occasion.
Highlight of the event included presentation of award to some personalities who played vital roles toward uplifting the standard of the school.

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