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NAOWA commissions school, secretariat projects in Borno


NAOWA commissions school, secretariat projects in Borno

By Njadvara MUSA, Maiduguri

The National President of the Nigerian Army Officers’ Wives Association (NAOWA), Mrs. Salamatu Yahaya has commissioned a primary school and secretariat complexes at the Maimalari Cantonment, Maiduguri, in Borno state.

The completion of projects was to provide working and teaching environments to women and teachers at the military cantonment.

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According to her, the completion of the projects has mainstreamed NAOWA’s agenda in strengthening the standards of its schools and other assists across the country.

Besides, she added that members of NAOWA have already keyed into upholding the tenets of unity and service to humanity.

“The actualization of these projects is a testimony of the importance that NAOWA ensures high quality of education by providing a conducive and benefitting teaching and learning environments,” she said.

She also commended the past and present Chairpersons of NAOWA, 7 Division, Nigerian Army for completing the two projects for inauguration.

She, therefore, called on officers’ and soldiers’ wives and their husbands to invest in the education of their children by providing them with qualitative and functional education.

The education investments, according to her, be sustained and consolidated to serve humanity and the less privileged in society.

Besides the commissioning of projects, Salamatu also engaged and empowered 20 women in skills acquisitions and trades with each of them given a token.

The training of women was funded by the Theatre Commander, Operation Hadin Kai (OPHK), Maj-Gen. Christopher Musa with the distribution of starter-packs for baking, pastry, make-ups and veil-making..

The engagement and empowerment of the targeted women, are to restore their livelihoods in the barracks.

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