Patience, perseverance and understanding have been identified as some of the key factors needed to succeed in life.
The Kwara State Deputy Governor, Elder Peter Kisira stated this while conducting the state Commissioner for Education and Human Capital Development, Engr Musa Yeketi round one of his pet project shortly after donating school uniforms and sandals to the pupils of Charity Nomadic School, Laduba- Afon in Asa Local Government Area of the state.
Elder Kisira noted that Education was key and one of the best ways to reduce crime rate in the society.
The Deputy Governor explained that he created the school six months ago to give education to about 10 Fulani settlements in that area.
He stated that he had to provide borehole to the people of the area when he saw them scooping water from a stagnant and unhygienic source.
Kisira called on wealthy individuals to assist the less privileged in the society in getting access to education and other social amenities.
The Deputy Governor restated the state government’s commitment to meet the yielding and aspiration of the people.
Responding, Engr Yeketi who also decorated some of the pupils commended the Deputy Governor for his commitment and zeal in equipping the school.
He stated that the idea was part of the state government’s inclusive education and out of school students’ programme.
He promised to look into the possibility of government taking over the school to meet the need of the nomad.