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El-Amin School Graduates 180 In 20th Graduation Ceremony



El-Amin International School has graduated another batch of 180 students at an epoch Graduation and Prize Giving Ceremony held in Minna, Niger State, recently.
The nursery section, which remained the bed rock of the school, graduated 87 children ; 45 boys and 42 girls, 35 pupils graduated from preschool level while 20 girls, 15 boys graduated from primary level.

At the secondary school level, which marked its 20th graduation ceremony, a total of 58 students graduated; 38 boys and 20 girls.
Speaking during the event, the chairman and host of the ceremony, Dr Muhammad Babangida explained that the school was established in 1993 adding that the brimming success of the primary school within three years of its operation served as a catalyst to the starting of its secondary section in September 1995.
He added that the institution which has been known to educate children from across Nigeria, has also promoted respect for cultural and religious values.
Babangida maintained that the school has always implemented a balanced and integrated curriculum that is delivered in the way that impact positively on the children, adding that it has also offered an exclusive extracurricular activities ranging from photography, hair making, home makers, music and dance.

“EL-Amin International School’s biggest sporting activities include Polo, Soccer, Tennis, Taekwondo, swimming and basket ball, among others,” he said.
During the event, Naja’atu Ishaka Bawa, received the outstanding awards for Geography, Chemistry, Economics, Biology and Civic Education while Maimunah Haruna received the awards for the best in Physics, English Language and ICT.
Muhammed Ahmed Tijani got the award for the best in mathematics, Farida Ibrahim got the best in Literature, Nabila Ishaka Bawa got the best in Islamic Studies while Precious Duza got the award for the best in Christian Religious Studies.
The grand occasion was witnessed by the Emir of Minna, HRH Alhaji Dr Umar Farouk Bahago, the deputy inspector general of Police, Mr Shuaib Gambo and commissioner of Education for Niger State, Hajia Magudu.



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