By John Shiklam in Kaduna
Katsina State Governor, Hon. Aminu Bello Masari, at the weekend lamented the decline in the education sector of the state over the years.
Painting a gloomy picture of the situation during a Town Hall meeting with Katsina State indigenes resident in Kaduna, Masari said urgent steps needed to be taken to salvage the situation.
He noted that education used to occupy a pride of place amongst the people of the state, lamenting that the situation has now changed for the worse over time.
‘’There is no position in Nigeria that a Katsina indigene has not occupied in Nigeria. We are the only state that has produced the presidency of Nigeria two times. This is a foundation that was built by our parents but before our own eyes, we have left it to deteriorate,’’ the governor said.