Zulum kick-starts 48-classroom college, staff quarters in Kwaya-Kusar

Borno State Governor, Babagana  Zulum on Friday laid the foundation stone for the construction of a 48-classroom Higher Islamic College with Staff Quarters in  Kwaya-Kusar local government area of the state.

Zulum had earlier commissioned several projects in Biu before proceeding to commissioning projects in Kwaya-Kusar town, headquarters of Kwaya-Kusar Local government area in southern part of the state.

The college in Kwaya-Kusar was to meet the request made by community members for which Zulum in November 2021, promised to address.

The Higher Islamic College, which will integrate Islamic and Western Education, is to admit students with vast Qur’anic knowledge from traditional Islamiyas to study and earn diplomas, after which they can qualify for admission into universities and other tertiary schools for graduate programmes. 

Commissioner for Education, Engr. Lawan Abba Wakilbe said the college will have three blocks each with 16 classrooms, to produce a total of 48 classrooms with a capacity for about 2,000 students. 

He added that the college will have an administrative block, and two units of two-bedroom flats as initial staff quarters. There will also be six wash facilities.

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