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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

Adenike Akindude

The minister for women affairs, Mrs. Aisha Alhassan said that the federal government of Nigeria is set to create the opportunity of schooling for women who decided to drop out of school for marriage. She said, FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

“All women that married at an early age will have the opportunity to continue their education from their husband’s house”. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

The special school will be in two categories, the first school will be created for those who started their education but didn’t finish and the second category is for those without any educational background. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

Those in the second category will be taught adult literacy and will also be trained skills for self-empowerment like tailoring, soap making, pastries and other small scale businesses.”

The minister said that the education of female children is very important, so, all leaders in the nation both religious and traditional should support that parents should get their children educated.


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FEDERAL GOVERNMENT MOVES TO ESTABLISH SPECIAL SCHOOLS FOR MARRIED WOMEN

Adenike Akindude

The minister for women affairs, Mrs. Aisha Alhassan said that the federal government of Nigeria is set to create the opportunity of schooling for women who decided to drop out of school for marriage. She said,

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“All women that married at an early age will have the opportunity to continue their education from their husband’s house”.

The special school will be in two categories, the first school will be created for those who started their education but didn’t finish and the second category is for those without any educational background.

Those in the second category will be taught adult literacy and will also be trained skills for self-empowerment like tailoring, soap making, pastries and other small scale businesses.”

The minister said that the education of female children is very important, so, all leaders in the nation both religious and traditional should support that parents should get their children educated.


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Dailyfamily.ng, Twitter – @DailyfamilyNG and instagram @dailyfamilyng for more updates.

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