Kano Assembly passes free, compulsory Education Bill

The Kano State House of Assembly has passed into law the Bill for the state’s free and compulsory Universal Basic and Secondary Education Bill 2020.

The Assembly passed the Bill into law after the third reading by the Clerk of the Assembly, Abdullahi Alfa, during a plenary, presided over by the Speaker, Abdul Azeez Gafasa.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after the adjourning sitting, the House Majority Leader (APC Kiru constituency), Kabiru Dashi, said the Bill was brought before the House by Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje.

According to him, the law is aimed at supporting the implementation of the government’s free and compulsory universal basic and secondary education in the state.

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