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T.Y Danjuma Commissions Two Educational Infrastructures in Takum.

Taraba’s Elder Statesman General T.Y Danjuma has commissioned two educational infrastructures today in Takum Local Government Area of the state. The Commissioning ceremony of the international Model Government Secondary School and College of Preliminary and Remedial Studies was recognized with the presence of the Executive Governor of Taraba State, Arc. Darius Ishaku; the rescue captain of the development of a better and greater Taraba. The actualization of the project which started in December 2017 is a collaboration between the State Government and the Victim support fund (VSF) under the support of the Federal Government.

In his statement, Gov. Ishaku noted that the idea of remodeling and reconstruction of the former Government Secondary School Takum to an international Model Government Secondary School and College of Preliminary and Remedial Studies was conceived by his administration in collaboration with the Federal Government through the victim support fund (VSF), the financier of the project.

“This is the kind of collaboration that should be obtained between the Federal and State Government for effective service delivery to Nigerian citizens. It is my prayer that more of such collaborative efforts will continue between the various tiers of governments for more developmental strides for our citizens”, he said.

Also, the Governor expressed that the remarkable project has indeed become dream reality in the education sector of the state as it stands as a befitting place for educational advancement for his citizens and the mass influx of displaced persons over the effect of the Boko Haram insurgency.

The Rescue captain appreciated the assistance of the Chairman of the Victim support fund, General T.Y Danjuma and the Executive Director, Prof. Sunday Abogonye Ochoche for their support and sustained funding of the project to its eventual completion.

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