The Ebonyi South Senatorial Aspirant under the platform of All Progressives Congress, Comrade Marcelo Nwaji Anyigor has outlined a clear vision for improving the educational system. If elected as Senator, he plans to introduce legislation that will increase funding for schools, improve teacher training, and establish programs to support students from low-income families.
He vowed to be dedicated to ensuring that every child in his Senatorial District has access to quality education, regardless of their socioeconomic background.
To increase funding for schools, Anyigor also unveiled his plans to sponsor a bill that would establish a special tax district with the proceeds going directly to education. He also plans to create a scholarship fund for students from low-income families, to ensure that they have the same opportunities as their peers.
In addition, the Senatorial Aspirant expressed his commitment to establishing mentorship and tutoring programs for students in need of extra support.
Anyigor while briefing journalists in Abakaliki, the state capital stated “By increasing funding for schools, I hope to improve the quality of education in Ebonyi South. This would include investing in new technology, updated textbooks, and modern facilities. It would also allow for the hiring of more qualified teachers so that all students can receive the best possible education. In addition, the mentorship and tutoring programs would provide extra support for students who need it, so that no one is left behind.”
He added: “I understand the importance of education on a personal level. I want every child in Nigeria especially Ebonyi South to have the same opportunities. I believe that education is the key to a brighter future for all of Ebonyi South and Nigeria at large, and I am dedicated to making that vision a reality.”
“The future of Ebonyi South depends on a strong education system, and I am committed to making that a reality. I ask for your support in the upcoming election so that we can work to create a brighter future for all children. Together, we can make a difference!”