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Home Education Governor Masari inaugurates ‘student talent hunt’ project
Governor Masari inaugurates ‘student talent hunt’ project

Governor Masari inaugurates ‘student talent hunt’ project


The Katsina state Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari has again charged youths to go to school not with the mindset to become employed after graduation but to become employers of labour.

Alhaji Aminu Masari was speaking during the inauguration of committees on Governor Masari student talent hunt project held at government house, Katsina.

The Governor explained that students should now realised that government does not have sufficient jobs to offer every graduate work.

Alhaji Aminu Masari however assured that the present administration would continue to create an enabling atmosphere for the students to posses enough talents to take Katsina state to the next level of development.

The Governor noted that young men and women at an exuberance age have the potentials to move faster, adding that APC is here not only to invest on today but to think of how to put forward the map of Katsina on all spheres of human endeavor in tomorrow’s world.

He lamented that the colonial masters left a schooling system that emphasized white collar jobs to the detriment of developing the talent of youths to possess entrepreneurship in the state.

He wants students to be made to understand understand that there is life outside government offices.

He prayed for him to be working closely with young men and women with ideas that could be refined by older men,stressing that exuberance of the youths and wisdom of the old could be blended to produce Katsina of tomorrow. Governor Masari therefore charged chairman and members of the committee to work for the purpose of their establishment.

Earlier, the chairman of the Student talent hunt project, Mallam Faisal Ja’afaru Rafin dadi explained that the committee had begun the project in earnest, saying 180 participating students had so far been registered.

Mallam Faisal Rafin dadi who is also the Director General of Katsina public Exhibition and Gallery explained that the project was sub divided under four committees of jurists, publicity, organizing and political groups.

The said the jurists committee was headed by Architect Mustapha Maikudi Kankiya, publicity is being run by the General Manager of Vision FM, the organizing committee is being led by the head of architecture department of Hassan Usman Katsina polytechnic and the political committee is also under a student of architecture.

The leadership of the four committees took turn to brief the governor on the roles being played towards the student talent hunt project in the state.


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