AMAZING STARS INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY, KUBWA TOURED 18th ABUJA INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR.
By Ogiri Genesis
The School Director and the Proprietress of the Amazing Stars International Academy Kubwa has on Monday visited the ongoing 18th Abuja International Trade Fair.
Mrs. Fatima Mohammed Ahmed who came along with the group of Students and the Team of staff to tour the Commerce Environment to experience the possibility of Trading system.
While speaking to Pressmen, according to her the purpose of the tour is to expose and enlighten the Students to the reality of buying and selling system, as this is part of their School Curriculum . She expressed satisfaction with the level which the Abuja Chamber of Commerce coordinated this year Trade Fair.
Our Students came to experience a key practical picture of trading which will form a better image in them for further Study as learning goes beyond theories.
According to her , Amazing Stars International Academy , is out for excellence.The School has a functional system , conducive learning environment, and we bring the very best out of our Students.
“We runs Creche, Nursery, Primary and College. our Students are stars !
Greenland News Monday reports that , the Proprietress of the School, Mrs. Fatima Mohammed Ahmed pleaded with the Federal Government to improve the quality of Education in Nigeria. She maintained that Education is key to National developments, therefore enabling environments should be created for learning to thrive.
In an interaction with Newsmen at the Abuja Chamber of Commerce, Mrs.Fatima Mohammed Ahmed said Students should be given Schoolarship to ease learning, looking at the level of hardship and high standards of living created by the collapsed of subsidy by the new administration not all Parents are capable to meet up with the School fees again .
She expressed the view that the removal of fuel subsidy affects many parents, she wants the Federal Government to give priority to Education at all levels. Also, Functional National policies is needed to alleviate the suffering of the poor Masses , she added!
She advised that policy generally should be targeted to bring succour and relief to the less privilege and vulnerable citizens .