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Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Governor Masari Launches Goat Empowerment Programme For Katsina Students.

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The Katsina State governor, Aminu Masari, has launched goat empowerment programme for secondary school students in the state. 




Launching the programme at Government Girls Arabic Secondary School, Dutsinma on Saturday, the state commissioner for Education, Halimatu Idris, said the programme was aimed at empowering students to be self-reliant.
Mrs Idris, a professor, said the goat empowerment programme was part of the Masari administration’s efforts toward improving the lives of the people and development of education in the state Daily Nigerian concluded.



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21 comments:

  1. Mtchew...They come up with all sort of nonsense when they want to steal from the coffers of the state.

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    1. Empowering lootocracy
      Goat heads

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    2. Is not better than empowering youths with statue

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  2. Na the work way them know. Animal herding. Very soon they will start nomadic education scheme with Mallam chasing them on a cow to teach them.

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  3. What will I not hear, which one is goat empowerment kwa?

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  4. Ele Ele ooooo..
    Nke mu ekpomekwenu...
    Ishi nnini bikonu?
    Ekwunwe kwana...

    Ndi awusa bu ebe ndi awusa.

    Eji fa mezuo onu ogugu.


    😂😂😂😂😂😂
    Ochi nkea Atoka mu pant..

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    1. nkea atom pieces
      😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  5. Just when we thought the worst was behind us with Okoracha "erections" every week and now this ?

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    1. anonymous to bahd14 November 2017 at 13:07

      Oh, you missed the governor that empowered me sayi (indomie and eggs and bread and tea vendors) with over 200M? Apparently we've been wasting our time with higher education! Just go up north, wear the traditional garb, and get a hefty "grant" to sell roadside tea and bread and egg and noodles or to become a goat herd. Chikena, the Nigerian dream!

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  6. Ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

    Ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

    Where are those asking about Fulani Brown Goats(FBGs)?
    These up here are Fulani Brown Goats.

    Make una look am well well o

    Ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

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    1. Hahahahahah don't know why this your Fulani brown goat keep making me laugh each time i come across the comment

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  7. Hahahaha these are Fulani brown goats. Shame on this governor

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  8. The Monalisa portrait14 November 2017 at 14:03

    This is very funny, what is Goat empowerment biko ?

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  9. Stella should have a dedicated weird Nigerian news post/segment, only that it will not EEI you, rather it will DDI you (deplete, depress you intellectually).

    Come to think of it this Katsina people love to rear things.
    All na empowerment in the name of going back to agriculture.

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  10. What won't we read everyday? Yesterday it was mai shayi empowerment with 208 million today it's goat empowerment issssok.

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  11. That's one of the reasons Nigeria can't move forward, almagamating this country together was a mistake.

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