Police Secondary School hold passing out parade in Southern Kaduna
By Nuhu Adamu
The Kaduna Commissioner of Police, CP Yekini Adio Ayoku called on the populace to continue giving them support in carrying out their duty of securing the communities from bad eggs.
The commissioner, who was represented by ACP Ibrahim Danladi (Kafanchan Police Area Commandant) stated this while speaking at the graduation and passing out parade of the pioneer set of the students of Police Secondary School Tum-Kagoro in Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna state.
He called on the graduating students to use the training they received in the institution and be a good ambassadors of police school at the rest of their carrier.
In his remarks, the school Commandant, CSP Solomon Dantawaye Ambatu, commended the Senator, Kaduna South Senatorial District, Danjuma Tella Laah for being the sponsor of the school project.
He said the Senator’s vision and love for education in various domains in his tenure manifested in the sighting of the citadel of learning at a conducive location with the necessary facilities in place to anchor learning and discipline.
He added that the school is a training ground for character moulding and attitudinal reorientation to the younger generations to come.
Earlier speaking, senator representing Kaduna South Senatorial District, Danjuma Laah, said the Police Secondary School Tum Kagoro is one of the best things that ever happen to the people Southern Kaduna in terms of educational development.
He therefore called on the people of the zone to make use of this opportunity by enrolling their children and wards to the school and also the need to support the school as success of the school is also a success to the entire Southern Kaduna people.
125 senior students (Class of 2022) graduated from the school that was brought to the zone and started operating with Junior and Senior Secondary set in 2019.