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154 Orphans, victims of Boko Haram crisis, have graduated from Primary to Secondary School by the Borno State Learning Centre, Siggy.ng reports.

154 Orphans, victims of Boko Haram crisis, have graduated from Primary to Secondary School by the Borno State Learning Centre, Siggy.ng reports.

They were trained in various ICT skills, including robotic, coding and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

154 Orphans, victims of Boko Haram crisis, have graduated from Primary to Secondary School by the Borno State Learning Centre, Siggy.ng reports.

Remember that the Learning Center, Maiduguri, was commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari in April 2019 and is currently being managed by the Northeast Children Trust Fund.

The trust fund has a responsibility to take care of the orphans and vulnerable children whose parents have died in the gruesome Boko Haram operation in the Northeast.

Its primary objective is, “to create an ecosystem for homeless children orphaned by the conflict in the Northeast of Nigeria that will echo the lives of a normal child growing and thriving in a family”.

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The Learning Centre, which comprises nursery, primary, and secondary school sections, currently has 525 vulnerable children who are mostly orphans from Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states in the Northeast.

154 Orphans, victims of Boko Haram crisis, have graduated from Primary to Secondary School by the Borno State Learning Centre, Siggy.ng reports.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony held in Maiduguri, the Executive Secretary and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Trust, Mariam Masha, disclosed to Siggy correspondents that the school has 525 children, 337 boys and 188 girls.

The centre currently has 472 pupils at the primary level and 26 at the Secondary level.

An excited Masha commended the students for learning so fast at the centre.

She said, “the centre is a place to nurture, empower and renew our children and I believe right here before us, is proof that the Northeast Children’s Trust can deliver on that mandate”.

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She thanked Borno State government for the support provided to the school for coming thus far.

Vice-chairman of the centre, Professor Hauwa Biu, called on the pupils not to forget all the lessons they acquired at the Centre while wishing well in all their future endeavours.

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