Tuesday, May 17, 2016

See What Etisalat Is Doing At Schools In Borno, Adamawa And Yobe

In a bid to providing free and affordable education to Nigerians, Etisalat Nigeria just partnered with a non-governmental organisation, Abuja Global Shapers Community and the Governments of North-Eastern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa to offer free education support to primary school pupils in these three states.


The program is known as the “Community School Support Programme (CSSP)” the kind gesture featured donation of Back-to-School kits, such as school bags and uniforms and bags to pupils drawn from 10 primary schools in the states.

The Vice President, Regulatory and Corporate Affairs, Etisalat Nigeria, Ibrahim Dikko, said at the official presentation of the kits to beneficiary schools, "the partnership between Etisalat, Abuja Global Shapers Community and the state Governments is intended to enhance ongoing efforts aimed at making basic education available and sustainable. He reiterated Etisalat’s commitment to sustainable development initiatives that impact on the wellbeing of the populace across various sectors. “Etisalat Nigeria is committed to delivering sustainable community support programmes that will complement public services and extend benefits to the grassroots across Nigeria”. He added.

Schools That Will Benefit From This
The beneficiary schools are Yerwa Practising Primary School, Abbaganaram Primary School and Bulumkutu Primary School all in Borno State; Katuzu Community School, Gashua, Central Primary School, Potiskum and Lawan Kawuri Primary School, Geidam, all in Yobe State; and, Wuro Hausa Primary School, Yola Town, Community School, Demsa and Tudun Wada Primary School, Mayo Belwa in Adamawa State.

Below are some of the photos from the event



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