The State Deputy Governor Mr.Charles Yau Iliya applauded the staff of the Central Bank for renovation of block of classrooms at Community Secondary School Kurba, Yamaltu Deba Local Government Area.

The Deputy Governor gave the indication at the commissioning and handing over ceremony at the school premises in kurba village, said the gesture was commendable especially that they have gave off their constitutional responsibility to provide the assistance as part of their corporate social responsibility.

Mr. Charles Yau Iliya said the gesture would go a long way in complementing government’s efforts in the area of education, calling on all stake holders to rally round their support for the provision of quality education in the state.

He decried the lack of maintenance culture and non-chalant attitude of our communities towards project of this nature, urging the Kurba community to guard and protect the project for their own good and the good of the state.

The Deputy Governor who after commissioning the project, addressed students in the class, advising them to make use of the opportunity given to them to achieve their future ambitions.

In his address the commissioner, Ministry of Higher Education Dr. Isa Wade expressed delight over the contribution of the CBN staff pointing out that education as the bedrock of development is a collective responsibility that can only be achieved when everyone contributes his own quota.

The Speaker House Assembly Hon. Nasiru Abubakar Nono represented by Hon.Buba Yakubu expressed appreciation to be CBN staff over their contribution, calling on them to continue with their noble activities of impacting positively in the lives of the people.

In their separate remarks, the Representative of Emir of Yamaltu, and Deba Alh. Abdulwahab Umar and Alh.Mohammed Dala thanked the CBN and the State  Government for making the project possible assuring to make good use of the project.

The village Head of Kurba Alh. Abubakar Isa and student of the school Mr. Emmanuel Yakubu thank the entire staff of CBN, describing the gesture as capable of making teaching and learning attractive.