Vanguard Bola Ahmed Tinubu (BAT) said that All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu is recognized worldwide for his committed vision of human development through the promotion of a qualitative and functional education.
BAT, a support group for All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu, made the pledge this weekend when donating school uniforms, sports kits and teaching materials to students at the Dawaki Primary School, Dawaki, Bwari Council Region.
The support group led by its Bola Ahmed Tinubu (BAT) Vanguard national coordinator, Hon Gbenga Saka, donated over 400 pieces of school uniforms, sportswear, educational materials, exercises and textbooks mark, to the needy pupils of the school, especially the girls. students to encourage girls’ education.
Presenting the items to the school’s principal, Mary Haruna, the group’s coordinator said BAT Vanguard was motivated to reach out to needy primary school students in rural areas as part of Tinubu’s human development program.
He noted that the Nigerian child has a brighter future if Tinubu wins the presidential election next year.
He said, “It is a known fact that Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu believes in developing leaders, especially younger ones, for future challenges, that is why the Vanguard followed him in extending the hand to these young children, especially the less privileged by providing them with the basic needs that will help them to actualize their academic pursuit and reach their potential.
“The token of school uniforms, sportswear, exercises and textbooks presented today, must serve as a motivating force for these children. No Nigerian child, especially the girl child, will be deprived of an education base under the presidency of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
“I can assure Nigerian children from primary to tertiary institutions that they will benefit from Asiwaju Bola Tinubu if elected. This assurance is further reinforced by his recently released action plan document which gives hope to Nigerian youth, as shown by Asiwaju’s passion for the county’s future leaders in the 80-page plan.
“We will continue to reach out to our people. Our intervention will be in the six geopolitical zones with particular attention to issues related to education and health,” Saka hinted.
Responding on behalf of the beneficiary students, the principal of the school, Mrs. Mary Haruna, said that the gesture of the support group will go a long way in helping some needy students in the school.
“Although the government tries to fund education, it cannot do it alone, hence our appreciation for a political group like yours. Ideally, eligible voters should normally be your target, but you have nobly acted in considering and remembering those children who no longer have any electoral value. This gesture is quite unique.
She then called on other people and public spirit groups to come to the school’s aid with clean water, as the school’s borehole has since crashed.
The headmistress has promised that she will ensure that all 762 students at the school benefit from the group’s donation.