Published on May 05, 2016 Greenbarge Reporters
Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Malam Muhammad Musa Bello has said that his administration is ready to involvement private sector in the establishment of educational institutions in the capital city.
The minister who received in audience today, Thursday, a delegation of the American International School, Abuja, led by the President of its Governing Board, Mrs. Hauwa Maina Ma’aji Lawan, said that the contributions of private schools in the development of education in the federal capital city cannot be
overemphasized even as he called on the private sector to take advantage of the liberalized environment provided by the Administration.
Musa Bello said that FCT Administration would continue to support the private sector to break new grounds in the education sector for the benefit of the entire residents of the Territory.
The Minister appreciated the contributions of the American International School to the educational landscape of Abuja, even as he enjoined the school to continue to support teachers in public schools to enable them get more exposed and acquire new techniques of the teaching profession.
Speaking earlier, the leader of the delegation and the President of the American International School Governing Board, Mrs. Hauwa said that the school was established in 1993 in a rented apartment but today they are in their permanent site.
She assured that the school would continue to contribute its quota to the development of education in the Territory and strives to improve its immediate community as part of its corporate social
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