Nigeria Bad Roads Affecting Nomadic Education In Adamawa Negetively – Official


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A class under a tree in ungwan maigero, Kaduna Nigeria

 

Lack of access roads remains a major challenge affecting the smooth running of Nomadic schools in Adamawa, the State Coordinator, Nomadic Education Commission, Madam Amina Baba-Kano, has said.

She made this known Thursday in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria ( NAN) in Yola.

Baba-Kano said that the situation particularly during rain season was  so serious that many teachers can’t go to some of the schools.

she said the commission has 141 schools with 670 teachers.

The coordinator who could only provide enrollment statistics of 2016 said the record available was that of 2016 which showed 17, 246 pupils.

Other challenges facing nomadic education in the state listed by the coordinator included dilapidated structures, and lack of teaching and learning materials.

She appealed to the Adamawa government to intervene and save nomadic education from total collapse in the state.




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