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Bauchi Gov allocate N20m prize cash for the Qur’anic Recitation Competition

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The Bauchi State Government has put aside N20m as prize cash for the 33rd Bauchi State Qur’anic Recitation Competition. punch report.

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The weeklong rivalry is designed towards preparing abilities for both national and global rivalries.

The Chairman of the Competition Committee, Dr. Zubairu Madaki, who did not unveil the aggregate sum of cash for sorting out the occasion, affirmed that N20m would be utilized to purchase presents for the victors.

He that 240 challengers from the 20 neighborhood government zones of the state are partaking in the opposition.

Madaki stated, “There are 60 prizes in all and in seven days’ time we will convey them here and present them to the victors at the end service.”

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He said the male victors will each be given a bike and N15, 000 Shadda materials, with the female champs getting sewing machines.

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Pronouncing the opposition open, Governor Abdullahi Abubakar said the legislature was focused on supporting the yearly rivalry in the state.

Abubakar, who was spoken to by the Commissioner of Education, Prof Haruna Wanka,on the event said the legislature was attempting all endeavors to change Tsangaya and Islamic Schools in the state.

The Bauchi State Government has put aside N20m as prize cash for the 33rd Bauchi State Qur’anic Recitation Competition.

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The weeklong rivalry is intended towards prepping abilities for both national and global rivalries.

The Chairman of the Competition Committee, Dr. Zubairu Madaki, who did not reveal the aggregate sum of cash for sorting out the occasion, affirmed that N20m would be utilized to purchase presents for the victors.

He that 240 contenders from the 20 neighborhood government regions of the state are participating in the opposition.

Madaki stated, “There are 60 prizes in all and in seven days’ time we will convey them here and present them to the champs at the end function.”

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He said the male champs will each be given a bike and N15, 000 Shadda materials, with the female victors accepting sewing machines.

Announcing the opposition open, Governor Abdullahi Abubakar said the administration was focused on continuing the yearly rivalry in the state.

Abubakar, who was spoken to by the Commissioner of Education, Prof Haruna Wanka,on the event said the administration was attempting all endeavors to change Tsangaya and Islamic Schools in the state.

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