The Executive Chairman of Kogi State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Comrade Sulaiman Abdullahi Ndalayi has commended the State Governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello for his non interference policy in the day to day administration of the board.
He said the Governor has no time interfere with the running of the board, adding that unlike the recent past that relations of Governors besieged the board for contracts, the present Governor had not indicated any interest.
He started further that when in the allocation of projects, Governor Bello had at no time influenced the board, stressing that the Governor had always stressed equitable and just distribution of such projects across the three senatorial districts of the State.
Comrade Abdullahi who stated this during an interaction with Journalists, said as a seasoned educationist who has been in the system consistently, he would strive to make a positive and significant difference in the board using his wealth of experience to uplift the board to enviable heights.
In his words, the Chairman noted and commended the passion of His Excellency Alh Yahaya Bello, the Executive Governor of Kogi State for his appropriateness in placing a round peg in a round hole in his appointment as the Chairman of the Board.
He was however determined, according to his statement to ensure total compliance of the mandate that established the Board by correcting the wrongs in the system.
The one time Chairman of Kogi State Nigerian Union of Teachers, Comrade Abdullahi Ndalayi commended the magnanimous approach of the present state government to the prompt payment of counterpart funds which have enabled the state to benefit from all the policies of Federal Government in the areas of structural and capacity development of education sector.
It would be recalled that Comrade Sulaiman Abdullahi was appointed by the present administration as the Chairman of Kogi State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and assumed office in January 2018 having retired meritoriously after 35years in the teaching service.