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Nasarawa: 20,000 Pupils to Commence e-Learning

Not less than 20,000 primary school pupils under the Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board (NSUBEB) will benefit from the electronic learning education system in the state.

The Chairman of the Board, Mr. Muhammed Dan’azimi, disclosed this in Lafia during the unveiling of customised laptop computers to primary school teachers in the state by the Nasarawa State Government and Cox Logistics Limited, an Abuja based IT firm.

Represented by the permanent member II of the board, Mr Musa Usman, Dan’azimi said, “Today is a great day and I want to thank Governor Abdullahi Sule and the management of Cox Logistics company for this laudable initiative.”


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