I wish I can go to western school like some other youngster, says 11-year-old Almajiri

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Kaduna – A 11-year-old Almajiri, Usman Ya'u, says his want in life is to go to a customary school like some other youngster


Kaduna – A 11-year-old Almajiri, Usman Ya'u, says his want in life is to go to a customary school like some other youngster, with the goal that he can turn into an instructor. Ya'u who is from Katsina State said on Friday that his folks conveyed him to Kaduna to take in the Qura'n at an almajiri school in Hayin Dan Mani. … Cross area of Almajiri understudies The kid who talked in Hausa stated, he loves the almajiri school however detests asking and would need to procure western instruction with the goal that one day he can educate in his town.

 "I abhor asking however needed to it out of need since that is simply the main way I can encourage. "At whatever point I am out to ask, I see kids who are my mate, wearing garbs, with school sacks and their lunch boxes, some of them communicating in English which I don't get it.
 

"I need to go to class as well, so I can figure out how to compose and communicate in English since I need to end up an instructor in my town", he said. Whenever inquired as to whether he knew about the kid insurance and welfare law go in Kaduna State went for giving sound training, wellbeing and shield youngsters from abuse and different indecencies, Ya'u said he didn't know about it. 

"I am not mindful of any law ensuring us, as should be obvious there are a large number of my kind meandering the roads asking for contributions. "Be that as it may, I need to beg the administration to guarantee the usage of the law as it would support me and other people who have dream of getting to be pioneers of tomorrow." NAN reports that the Child Protection and Welfare Bill was passed into law on February 8, by the Kaduna State House of Assembly. (NAN)

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