Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) trained secondary school teachers on significant teaching methods on how to eradicate co
Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) trained secondary school teachers on significant teaching methods on how to eradicate corruption practices in the State.
CITAD Senior programme Officer Mal Isah Garba said The negative impacts of corruption increases in the country is alarming, which had led to poverty and bad leaders in our respective aspect of life.
Mal Isah Said, CITAD has been in many schools to establish the Anti-corruption club for students, this is a continuous initiative of the third phase of the three-day workshop training to teachers who serve as mentors to their students In their various schools.
However, The training Will focused on how to Design an Anti-corruption quiz, coach students and prepare them to fight corruption.
Furthermore, Mal Hamza Ibrahim’s presentation sighted that, the three forms of corruption which are Petty, Grand and political are within the circle of our daily activities, therefore fighting corruption should be everybody’s task to make the country great.
On his part, Malam Kamilu Isah’s presentation emphasizes how CITAD will make use of extra curriculum activities to provide students with Experience knowledge and skills in fighting corruption In their school.