AZAGBA MIXED SECONDARY SCHOOL TO REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 – Ukah

Azagba Mixed Secondary School, Issele Azagba, Aniocha North Local Government Area, Delta State, closed after suspected fulani herdsmen abducted some teachers in the school last Monday, is to reopen next Wednesday, October 23, 2019, as modalities have been concluded for normal academic activities to resume. The State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, stated this in the school on 18/10/2019, when he … Continue reading AZAGBA MIXED SECONDARY SCHOOL TO REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23 – Ukah

Delta Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education To Foot Medical Bills Of Kidnap Victims; Promises Measures To Avoid Future Occurrence

Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, has said that the ministry has taken responsibility of the medical bills of those injured and admitted at the Federal Medical Center (FMC), Asaba, following Monday’s foiled abduction of some persons at Azagba Mixed Secondary School, Issele Azagba, Aniocha North Local Government Area, by suspected herdsmen while working out measures to avoid such ugly … Continue reading Delta Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education To Foot Medical Bills Of Kidnap Victims; Promises Measures To Avoid Future Occurrence

UKAH HARPS ON NEED FOR STUDENTS TO TAKE STUDIES SERIOUSLY, APPLAUDS MATHS WHIZKID, EJAIFE OGHENEVWOGAGA

By Patrick Ochei Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, has called on students in primary and secondary schools in the state to take their studies more seriously in order to achieve the purpose for which their parents sent them to school. Chief Ukah made this call in his office on 14/10/2019, when he received a 12-year old multiple awards winner … Continue reading UKAH HARPS ON NEED FOR STUDENTS TO TAKE STUDIES SERIOUSLY, APPLAUDS MATHS WHIZKID, EJAIFE OGHENEVWOGAGA

DELTA GOVT TO CLOSE ILLEGAL PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE

Delta State Government is to begin the process for the closure of all illegal private schools throughout the state. The Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, made the call in Asaba on 09/10/2019, when members of Private Schools Owners of Nigeria (APSON) paid him a courtesy visit. He said that the Inspectorate Department of the ministry will soon embark on the closure … Continue reading DELTA GOVT TO CLOSE ILLEGAL PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN THE STATE

GOVT COMMITTED TO EDUCATION AS KEY TO THE FUTURE, SAYS OKOWA

The Governor of Delta State, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has said that the present administration in the state is committed to education as the key to the future of not just the state, but of any society. Senator Okowa, in a goodwill message at the 2019 World Teachers Day in Asaba on 05/10/2019, stated that this explains why the education sector is taken seriously in … Continue reading GOVT COMMITTED TO EDUCATION AS KEY TO THE FUTURE, SAYS OKOWA

OKOWA COMMISSIONS COMPREHENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURAL AUDIT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN DELTA

Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, has commissioned a comprehensive school infrastructural audit and mapping of all public primary and post primary schools in the state. The state Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, in a statement in Asaba over the weekend said the exercise has become imperative for government to take another and deeper critical overview of its infrastructural inputs. … Continue reading OKOWA COMMISSIONS COMPREHENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURAL AUDIT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN DELTA

UKAH ADVOCATES SETTING UP OF SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES

Principals and School Heads of public schools in Delta State have been charged to set up school based management committees so as to tackle the various challenges that are being encountered in their schools. The Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Chief Patrick Ukah, gave the charge when he monitored resumption of schools and also the level of compliance of the welcome back test for … Continue reading UKAH ADVOCATES SETTING UP OF SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES