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NCCE Exec. Secretary Honoured By Early Childhood Org

 NCCE Exec. Secretary Honoured By Early Childhood Org

Prof. Bappa Aliyu Mohammadu, the Executive Secretary of the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) has been awarded as Early Child Development Ambassador in recognition of 'his immense leadership role and commitment to the expansion of play-based early learning in the country'.

The award was presented by Dr Amy Shalangwa, National Coordinator, Early Childhood Development Initiative to the NCCE top official in Abuja on Thursday.

He  was further commended for the role he played in the implementation of programmes and policies that had contributed to the expansion of quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) at the national level.

Shalangwa further stated that NCCE had supported international networks that promote research and innovation in ECCE, as well as creating an enabling environment for cross-cultural learning and knowledge sharing to thrive.

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She added,saying: “Through your unflinching support for teacher training initiatives that promote synergy between theoretical and practical knowledge of play based learning at all Colleges of Education, you have made immense contributions to enhancing the quality of early childhood educators across the country.

"This has therefore directly helped in laying a path for positive early learning outcomes for the Nigerian child,” she said.

In showing appreciation, Prof. Bappa-Aliyu Mohammadu, NCCE top official thanked the organisation for their recommendation and the award, further appreciating board members of the commission for making it possible for him to operate under ECCE platform.

Mohammadu promised to work more for the advance course of promoting and enhancing the quality of early childhood education in the country.

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