“It is also in a bid to give back to our alma mater.’’
He added that the distribution board and some obsolete public address systems have been consumed by the fire.
The governor said that Mr Ogbu’s outstanding achievements in office could not have been attained if he did not pass through politics.
“We hope to be able to rehabilitate most of our youths because these are avoidable problems if treatments are available.
The Jigawa government has approved over N1 billion for foreign scholarships and school infrastructure development projects in the state.
In November, Mr Bello announced the release of N497.3 million to pay the fees for 15,033 students across the 21 local government areas.
The Minister of Education, Prof. Tahir Mamman, said education was facing several challenges in the country.
He said their appointments were with immediate effect.
A rights group claimed that the Buhari regime’s school feeding programme during the COVID-19 lockdown was a scam.
Mr Abdulmumini put the amount spent by the government for indigent pupils’ examination this quarter at over N1.3 billion.