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ZAMFARA GOVERNMENT EXPRESSES INTEREST TO INVEST IN GIRLS CHILD EDUCATION                                           

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ZAMFARA GOVERNMENT EXPRESSES INTEREST TO INVEST IN GIRLS CHILD EDUCATION                                                                                                        30-11-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                      Governor Dauda Lawal of Zamfara State has reiterated his administration’s commitment to invest massively in girl-child education across in the State.

Governor Dauda Lawal made this known during an awareness lecture on gender-based violence, organized by the office of the First Lady, Hajiya Huriyya Dauda Lawal, as part of the 16-day activism held in Gusau the state capital.

He said that, the awareness program is one of the critical events of the office of the First Lady in its efforts to improve the lives of girl-chil across the state.

Governor Dauda Lawal added that, Zamfara has been unfortunately infested with insecurity for over ten years, which gave rise to insecurity, internal displacement of several communities, and the victims are mainly girls and women.

Earlier, the First Lady of Zamfara State, Hajiya Huriyya Dauda Lawal, commended the State government for addressing issues related to girls’ education.

Hajiya Huriya said it is her unwavering commitment to stand as an advocate of change – a catalyst for a society where every person, regardless of gender, can thrive in safety and equity.

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