Katsina Scholarship Board - TWELVE GOALS ACHIEVE IN 60 DAYS IN OFFICE BY DR. TSAURI

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Within my 60 days of assuming to office, the Executive Secretary of Katsina State Scholarship Board Dr. Aminu Yusuf Tsauri achieved eleven goals in his plan to run the office. According Kabir Bala indigene of Katsina State who witnessed the achievements said, Dr. Tsauri has Provide internet connectivity and access, he also Construct mosque in the premise of the board. 
"Dr.also established skills acquisition center and relocate the gate to main road. He conduct an interviews to more than 36000 students across 126 institutions of higher learning schools. To make things easy to staffs from going outside the office for breakfast, he established eatery/restaurant within the board's premises for revenue generation. 
To motivate the students in their learning Dr. Aminu accredited students with first class for consideration of award of academic excellence and also, Introduce staff time book and attendance register to boost morale and encourage punctuality. Being it the board which need regular transport means, Dr. repairs 7 no. Vehicles used for the activity of the board. He also transported more than 900 students of higher learning to their respective institutions as part of effort of cushioning the effect of economic hardship and fuel subsidy removal.
Dr. Tsauri made a proposed to His Excellency of an upward review of scholarship by 100% and proposed the settlement of all outstanding scholarship to students among others. With that proposed, His Excellency Malam Dikko Umaru Radda, Ph.D. has graciously approved the sum of Six Hundred and Forty Million, Six Hundred and Forty Eight Thousand, Five Hundred and Forty Six Naira (N640,648,546) for disbursement as Scholarship allowances to both Fresh and Continuing students numbering 47,935 studying in 126 institutions of higher learning across the Country and beyond.
The Executive Secretary of the Board said, the Radda led administration is determined to cushion the effect of current economic hardship being faced by the students of Katsina State as a result of removal of fuel subsidy in the country. He then urged the students to reciprocate the gesture by paying attention to their studies and become good and productive citizens of the State.
Dr. Aminu explained that, the sum of N183,441,936 is for the payment of 14,443 fresh students while continuing students numbering 33,492 will be paid the sum of N443,576,000. The funds approved, also include logistics for the conduct of 2022/2023 scholarship award interview which all necessary arrangements have been made for its commencement, as it was in a press release signed by the board PRO Alhaji Salisu Kerau 
The Statement added that Katsina State Government under the able leadership of His Excellency Malam Dikko Umar Radda, Ph.D will continue to pay attention on the plight of Katsina State students and ensure prompt and timely payment of scholarship allowances.

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