Katsina: Gov’t to begins payment of allowances to Islamiyya and Almajiri schools
Katsina State House of Assembly has deliberated on a motion calling on the state government to consider paying allowances to Islamiyya and Allo schools in the state.
The sponsor of the motion Alhaji Bishir Mamman (Dutsin-ma) said the teachers of the schools contributed immensely to the success of the current administration through constant prayers in addition to the shaping of the morality of their students and the state’s next generation and hence deserve to be ‘compensated’.
Honourable Bishir Maman then further emphasised that giving them incentives will further boost their moral and also called for the government to provide decent accommodation, health care services as well as clean water and toilets to save them from diseases associated with unhygienic environment.
Announcing the resolution, the Speaker Hon. Abubakar Yahaya Kusada constituted a six-man committee to make enquiry and come up with modalities on how it will be done in three weeks time.
The committee constituted has two (2) members from each of the three (3) senatorial zones and chaired by Hon. Isma’ila Tsiga (Bakori).