Sheikh Abulfaid visits Nalerigu Presby Primary School
As part of his religious tour of the North East region,the Supreme Leader of the Tijjaniyya Muslim Council of Ghana,his eminence Khalifa Sheikh Ahmed Abulfaid Maikano has visited teachers and students of Presby Primary school in Nalerigu.
Speaking on behalf of the staff ,the assistant headmaster Mr. Manguaba was grateful for Khalifa’s Visit.He however lamented on some challenges faced by the school in terms of teaching and learning.Their challenges ranges from lack of desk (Chairs) in all the six classrooms ,Textbooks and limited infrastructure especially teachers accommodation.He is therefore appealing through Tijjaniyya TV to Government,NGOs and other stakeholders to come to their aid.
On his part,Khalifa Sheikh Abulfaid commended the teachers for their effort in instilling knowledge in the children.He prayed for them and assured them of development by Allah’s grace.
Khalifa is continuing his journey to the Samuni community also in the North East region.
Story by:Yussuf Muhammad Durah
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