The Katsina State Governor, Rt. Hon. Aminu Bello Masari had explained a bit of his government’s infrastructural stride in the area Restoration Agenda of the educational sector in Katsina State by putting to function over 2000 number of classrooms across the State.
Katsina Media and Publicity reports that Masari made this disclosure at the event of Katsina Public Exhibition and Gallery; a Public Exhibition by an independent organisation with an aim of showcasing the achievements in visuals of the Aminu Bello Masari’s led Administration, yesterday at the Muhammadu Buhari House, the Seat of Katsina State Government.
Masari who appreciated the talent of the youthful minds that came up with the idea of public exhibition said his supporting the idea is far beyond just displaying his administration’s achievements but to further serve as an avenue for the youth to come up with something new, and as a means to train future leaders.
The chairman of the occasion who doubles as Permanent Secretary and Special Assistant to the Governor, Alh Munatari Lawal, explained the stress involved in the compilation of these projects and commended the committee for a job well done.
@katgovmedia reports that the lead paper presenter at the event, Alh. Salisu Mamman CEO Continental computers explained the revenue accruals from 1999 to date. He made a case that under President Good luck Jonathan’s 6 years Administration over 400Million USD were accrued while the last 3 and half years of President Muhammadu Buhari had only 94Million USD as revenue receivables in Nigeria adding that “the infrastructure deficit was not in anyway cut down during the Jonathan’s 6 year administration and cannot be compared in intensity with what had been achieved so far by the Buhari Administration despite shortfall of the Revenues.
The Director General of the exhibition, Arch. Faisal Rafindadi in his address appreciated the Governor for massive investment in infrastructure, which according to him made them come together to form this collection, adding that “without His Excellency’s huge investment in infrastructure we would not have been here”.