Plateau: SUBEB Distributes 40 Motorcycles to Enhance Monitoring and Evaluation Efforts

The Plateau Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) has procured and distributed 40 motorcycles to its Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) officers in the 17 Local Government Areas of the State.

Presenting the motorcycles to the beneficiaries on Wednesday in Jos, Mr Sunday Amuna, the Executive Chairman of the board, said that the move would address the deficit of working tools in the board.

Amuna, added that the motorcycles would enable its M&E officers to properly monitor ongoing projects and other activities of the board particularly in hard-to-reach communities.

The Chairman thanked Gov. Caleb Mutfwang for the prompt payment of the counterpart funds that enabled the board access the intervention from the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC).

“These motorcycles will enable effective monitoring of activities in our schools, thereby enhancing teaching and learning, and raise the bar of basic education in the state.”Looking at our difficult terrains, these motorcycles will enable our personnel go into schools located in the hinterlands to monitor ongoing projects and other activities.

”With the commitment and interest our governor has for basic education, I have no doubt that we will have more of these interventions,”he said.

Amuna explained that 22 of the motorcycles had been allocated to the Quality Assurance and 18 others to the Physical and Engineering departments of the board.

On her part, Mrs Augustina Sanche, the Coordinator of UBEC in the state, warned the beneficiaries to put the motorcycles into proper use, insisting that anyone caught using it for a different purpose would be sanctioned.

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