Sokoto To Establish Border Schools With English/French Curriculum


Sokoto State government would soon establish schools in its border towns where both English and French languages curriculum would be used, Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal has divulged.

The schools which will be in collaboration with the government of Niger Republic, will not only foster their long existing relationship but also help strengthen their cultural ties.

Tambuwal, therefore assured of favourable policies that will further widen the cordial relationship that existed between Sokoto State and neighbouring countries.

Making the disclosure in Niemay, Niger Republic during the inauguration of President Mahamadou Issouffou, Tambuwal according to his spokesperson, Imam Imam hinted that, the first of such schools to come up before the end of 2016 will be sited in Gudu local government area of Sokoto State.

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“Wewill establish a cluster of new schools that will be run on dual curriculum of English and French, Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal,” has announced.

“The schools will be established in border towns with the first, to be sited in Gudu LGA of Sokoto, coming on stream before the end of 2016.

“The schools will promote cultural ties between the two governments and will train new set of students that will be proficient in both English and French.”

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