Kwara state Government reveals reasons for rejection of materials donated to school by Bukola Saraki
The Kwara state government has revealed why it rejected instructional materials donated to some schools in the state by the former Senate president, Bukola Saraki.
Legit.ng reports said that personalising constituency project was responsible for Kwara public schools’ rejection of the instructional materials.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that by the press secretary of ministry of education and human capital development, Yakub Aliagan, said in a statement issued on Monday, September 16, that the ministry was not aware of the donation initially.
Aliagan said that Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq had earlier rejected a proposal to emblazon his personal picture on instructional materials for public schools. He noted that the Kwara state ministry of education recently approached the governor to mass-produce instructional materials with his picture emblazoned on them ahead of school resumption and the he rejected the proposal.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) gathered the Saraki had donated some education materials to schools with emblazon in the Kwara central senatorial district without the approval and knowledge of the ministry.