Philanthropist builds, equips secondary school in Kano

Some blocks of classrooms in the school

A philanthropist, Ali Saidu, has built and equipped a secondary school in Dakatsalle village of Bebeji Local Government Area of Kano State.

Conducting round the deputy governor of Kano State and commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Hafiz Abubakar, on Tuesday, the philanthropist said the school would be handed over to the state government for the benefit of the community.

Another section of the school

He said the school is equipped with 12 classes, principal’s office, staff room, library, mosque and toilets for conducive learning atmosphere.

The deputy governor commended Mr. Saidu for his commitment to the people and prayed for Almighty Allah to reward him.

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  • Muhammad

    Despite the challenges presented by a tough financial climate, we must not forget the importance of having good quality places for young people to learn and for teachers to teach, this kind of structure uplipt the spirits and aspirations of everyone who uses them, philanthropist like Ali Saidu deserves our applause a school building can tell students who they are and what they should think about the world.

  • Nuraddeen

    Really Aliko is a good Samaritan, our teaming wealthy people should emulate from him we will be freed from the slavery of illiteracy, this is a common practice in the south.