By Abu Nmodu, Minna,
The Police Secondary School (PSS) Minna, has held its 20th graduation with 447 students passing at the parade/prize giving day for 2016/2017 academic session and silver jubilee celebrations of the school in Minna.
Niger state police commissioner, Mr Austin Agbonlahor who represented the Inspector General of Police commissioned a block of 5 classrooms and a staff office upstairs that cost N14.9 million and built by the Parents Teachers Association PTA.
The police Boss promised to sustained the Police schools discipline and would continued to provide education and paramilitary training as the core mandate of the schools in the country.
No fewer than 30 students emerged as recipients of various subject awards with a 16 years old graduand Usman Maryam emerging as the overall best winner of IGP award for scoring 242 in JAMB earning her automatic admission to ABU Zaria to read medicine.
Maryam who spoke on behalf of other recipients lauded her class mates and teachers as well as the parents declaring that “my hard work had paid me” .
The PTA Chairman, Zubairu Abdul- Rauf in an interview disclosed that the 5 classrooms and office was built at N14.908,750 by the PTA while appealing for intervention in the infrastructural facilities of the school to curb decay.
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