New NCAOOSCE CEO asks staff to be committed to duty

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The new Executive Secretary of the National Commission for Almajiri and Out-of-School Children’s Education, NCAOOSCE, Dr. Muhammad Sani Idris has charged workers of the commission to be dedicated to duty.

Dr. Idris made this known at the headquarters of the commission in Abuja during his maiden meeting with the staff.

He said the task of solving the problem of Almajiri and out-of-school children is a collective responsibility of all citizens especially considering its security implications.

The Executive Secretary ensured the staff of his commitment to their welfare for optimal productivity.

Dr. Idris also reiterated his determination to taking millions of Nigerian children off the streets in line with the renewed hope agenda of the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu administration.

The members of staff of the commission pledged to cooperate with the Executive Secretary in the task ahead.

Meanwhile,The Chairman, House Committee on Alternative Education, Alhaji Mustapha Aliyu Abdullahi says the legislature is committed to assisting the National Commission for Almajiri and Out-of-School Children’s Education to execute its mandate.

He stated this when the new Executive Secretary of the commission, Dr. Muhammad Sani Idris paid a familiarization visit to the committee at the National Assembly, Abuja.

Alhaji Mustapha said the committee would ensure the provision adequate funding for the millions of Nigerian children to be taken off the streets.

The Chairman House Committee on Alternative Education also said he believed the new Executive Secretary is competent to pilot the affairs of the commission.

Responding, the National Commission for Almajiri and Out-of-School Children’s Education, Dr. Muhammad Sani Idris expressed appreciation for the confidence reposed in him and pledged to discharge his responsibilities with passion and dedication.

Dr Idris said with the support of all stakeholders and Nigerians generally, the menace of Almajiri and out-of-school children would be a thing of the past.

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