2011 Year Book - Zaria Academy

Report
Established in 1998
Vision
Maintaining high education and moral standard, through
efficiency and effectiveness in providing quality education to
produce high quality potential leaders that will pursue
integrity, transparency and accountability for the benefit of
the citizenry both in Nigeria and abroad.
Mission
To provide education that will enhance students’
knowledge, through physical, mental, social and intellectual
development. It is our priority to help every student
discover and develop their individual potentials through
their involvement in both the curricula and extra-curricula
activities of the school.
Proprietor
• Mallam Haroun Adamu, PhD.
• Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter,
New Hampshire, USA, 1966
• B.A Political Science, Yale
University, 1970
• PhD. Political Science, Ahmadu
Bello University, Zaria, 1989
• Doctor of Humane Letters,
Honoris Causa – American
University of Nigeria, 2009
• Political Editor, Daily Times
Newspaper, 1973-1977
Proprietor
• Managing Director, Triumph Publishing Company, Kano,
1980-1983
• Managing Director, Punch Newspaper, 1985-1987
• Member, Political Bureau, Advisers to the Government on transition
from Military to Democratic Rule, 1986
• Chairman, Nigerian Foreign Policy Conference (1985-2000), Kuru,
Jos, 1986
• Managing Director/Publisher of the Nigerian Economist, 1987-1997
• Member, Nigerian Constitutional Conference, 1989
• Member, Nigerian Economic Intelligence Committee, Economic
Adviser to the Federal Government of Nigeria, 1994-1998
• Chairman, Petroleum Trust Fund, A National Infrastructure Fund,
2000-2002
Proprietor
• Senior Special Assistant to the President of Nigeria on Foreign
Policy, 2001-2002
• Chairman, Governing Council, Zaria Academy, Zaria, Kaduna
State.
• Chairman/CEO, Adamu Consulting Nigeria Ltd.
PUBLICATIONS
1. The North and Nigerian Unity (1973)
2. Nigerian Presidential and General Elections- 1979, Co-Author
(1983)
3. The Struggle Continues (2002)
Background
Zaria Academy is a co-educational secondary institution established in
September, 1998. The school is known for its academic excellence and moral
discipline. The Academy possesses a fully automated and computerized school
management system, an integrated website and e-learning facilities. These
facilities have been set up to facilitate the quality and standard of education in
the school.
Within its thirteen years of existence, Zaria Academy has graduated seven(7)
sets of students. Each set of graduates performed excellently in their
examinations (WASSCE AND NECO). A good number of these young people
have since graduated from their various higher institutions while others are
still studying in various universities in different countries of the world like
Malaysia, Britain, UAE, United Kingdom, United States of America, Morocco,
Nigeria e.t.c.
Background Cont’d
Year
No. of
Graduated
Students
Students in
Higher
Institution
No.
%
Students in
Foreign
Universities
No.
%
Students in Nigerian
Universities
No.
%
2004
72
61
84.7
30
49.2
31
50.8
2005
84
74
88.1
29
39.2
45
60.8
2006
91
61
67.0
30
49.2
31
50.8
2007
80
61
76.3
36
59.0
25
41.0
2008
72
67
93.1
34
50.7
33
49.3
2009
118
61
51.7
26
42.6
35
57.4
2010
119
36
30.2
18
50.0
18
50.0
Total
636
421
491.1
203
339.9
190
360.1
Background Cont’d
Year
2004
2005
2006
2007
Profession
Total Number
%
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Foundation
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Foundation
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Foundation
22
08
04
06
16
05
07
23
08
10
23
03
17
20
07
05
12
09
16
10
06
13
07
36.1
13.1
06.6
09.8
26.2
08.2
09.6
31.1
10.8
13.5
31.1
04.0
27.9
32.8
11.5
08.2
19.6
14.7
26.6
16.4
09.8
21.3
11.5
Total No. of Students in the
Universities
61
74
61
61
Background Cont’d
Year
2008
2009
2010
Profession
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Foundation
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Management Sciences
Humanities
Foundation
Engineering
Medical & Allied Science
Computer & Software
Humanities
Language
Total Number
%
18
14
08
10
12
05
11
27
06
07
05
05
08
05
15
06
02
20.9
11.9
14.9
17.9
26.9
07.5
18.0
44.3
9.8
11.5
08.1
08.1
22.2
13.9
41.67
16.67
5.56
Total No. of Students in the
Universities
67
61
36
Motto: Learning without Borders
This motto demonstrates the school's vision of producing
enviable future leaders for the betterment of the human
society.
Zaria Academy has established a cordial relationship with a
sister school in Accra, Ghana since 2003 and the Nigeria
French village in Badagry, Nigeria Arabic village in
Gamboru- Ngala and other higher institutions in Malaysia.
The school is also accredited as an instructor and
examination center for the Cambridge University
International Examinations for both Ordinary and Advance
level (O’ Level & A’ Level) General Certificate Examinations.
Location
Zaria Academy is
located in Nigeria
in the African
continent
Location
Nigeria:
• Location: 5” degrees north of the equator
• Area: 923,768 Square Kilometers
• Population: 140.3 million (2006 Census)
• Official Language: English
• Registered Voters: 73 million
• Public Universities Students’ Enrolment:
Federal & State Universities (2009-2010)
=
605,068
Federal & State Polytechnics (2009-2010)
=
166,000
Location
It is sited on 30 hectares of land in Shika,
Zaria, Kaduna State of Nigeria.
Location
Administrative Block
Zaria Academy is located at Shika, a town of 10 kilometer
distance from Zaria City along Funtua road in Kaduna State
of Nigeria.
It shares boundary with the Ahmadu Bello University
Hospital, Zaria. The school has a very large compound that
permits all kinds of sporting activities and the utilization of
the relevant sporting facilities that enable students excel in
their educational, moral and physical development.
Governing Council Cont’d
Alh. Muhammadu Jibo
Mr. Dennis Okoro
Dr. Muhammadu
Jumare
Alh. Abdurrahman
Garba
Alh. Lawal Bawa
Dr. Asikpo Essien-Ibok
Alh. Ahmed Jurame
Gidado
Engr. Ali Goni
Governing Council Cont’d
Prof. Adamu Baikie
Alh. Huseni Aliyu
Chief (Mrs.) Lucia
Onabowale Onabanjo
Barr. Ahmed Obande
Mrs. Tasalla Gyere
Mr. Gideon Wuyahku
Governing Council Cont’d
Management Staff
• Mr. U. G. Wuyahku
• Principal,
Zaria Academy
• Member, Governing Council,
Zaria Academy
Management Staff
• Mr. Tsatsu Ahlidza
• Vice Principal (Academics)
• Mrs. Daramola Susan Temilolu
• Vice Principal (Administration) Girls
Management Staff
• Mrs. C. S. Amupitan
• Vice Principal (Special Duties)
• Mr. S. A. Abubakar
• Vice Principal (Administration) Boys
Departments
Computer & Mathematics
Arts & Humanities
Language
Science
Vocational & Technical Education
Subject Titles
We offer a total of twenty-eight (28) subjects. These subjects
are taught by qualified teachers in the various departments
aforementioned.
1) Computer Science
2) Biology
3) Physics
4) Chemistry
5) Agricultural Science
6) Integrated Science
7) Physical Health Education
8) Economics
9) Islamic Religious Knowledge
10) Social Studies
11) History
12) Geography
13) Christian Religious Knowledge
14) English Language
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
22)
23)
24)
25)
26)
27)
28)
Igbo
French
Yoruba
Mathematics
Further Maths.
Literature-in-English
Business Studies
Visual Arts
Intro. to Technology
Technical Drawing
Commerce
Home Economics
Accounts
Hausa
Academic Staff- Arts & Humanities Dept.
S/N
NAME
QUALIFICATION(S)
SUBJECT
1
Abdulmummni O. Anuhi
B.Sc. (Econs.); PGDE (In view)
Economics
2
Abdur-Rahman Zubair
B.Ed.
I.R.S
3
Apat Kiden
B.Sc. (Political Science)
Social Studies
4
Attah Leonard Ifere
B.A. (History); M.A. (In view)
History
5
Ayeni Bashir
B.Sc. (Geography); M.Sc.
Geography
6
Beatrice A. Olagunju (Mrs.)
NCE; B.Ed. M.Ed. (In view)
Social Studies
7
Funmilayo I. Oyetade (Mrs.)
NCE; B.Ed.
C.R.S
8
Idris Mohammed
Gd. II, NCE, B.A. Educ.
I.R.S
9
Meshubi Adekunle
B.Sc. (Urban & Regional Planning)
Geography
10
Moh’d LI Auchan
Gd. II, NCE & B.Ed. (I.R.S)
I.R.S
11
12
Olanrewaju A. Ogunwede (Mrs.)
Oyedepo Josiah Gbenga
13
Rolland E. Charles
B.Sc. (Econs.); PGDE; M.Sc. (In view)
NCE
(Social
Studies/CRS);
(Archaeology)
B.Sc (Economics)
14
Sule Adamu
NCE (Social Studies); B.Ed. (Social Studies)
Social Studies
15
Victor A. Ibiloye
B.A. (Ed.) Geography
Geography
Economics
B.A. History
Economics
Academic Staff- Languages Dept.
S/N
NAME
QUALIFICATION(S)
SUBJECT
1
Abdulkadir A. Zailani
NCE; B.A. (Hausa)
Hausa
2
Aderohunmu Abdulwaheed
B.A. 9Islamic Jurisprudence)
Arabic
3
Ashituabe Peye Lucy (Ms.)
B.A. (English Literature)
Literature-in-English
4
Bashari Magaji Abdullahi
B.A. (Hausa)
Hausa
5
Bashir Dalhatu
NCE; B.A. Ed;
Hausa
6
Bilkisu Tukur (Mrs.)
B.A. (Hausa)
Hausa
7
Clara N. Inekwe (Mrs.)
B.Ed.; M.A. (In view)
English
8
Deborah O. Otainke (Mrs.)
9
Frank Manjang
NCE (Yoruba language); B.Ed. (Language Yoruba
Arts)
B.A; M.A; PhD (In view)
English
10
Grace A. Udekwe (Mrs.)
NCE; B.Ed. (Language Arts); M.A. (English)
English
Academic Staff- Languages Dept. Cont’d
11
Grace Bulus (Miss)
B.A., (French Language)
12
Jane Yao (Mrs.0
NCE (Igbo
Studies)
13
Kasim Bashar Yusuf
B.A. (Arabic Language); PGDE (In view)
14
Kwaha Susuys Peter (JP)
15
M.M. Alao (Mrs.)
NCE (English/History); B.Ed. (Language English
Art)
B. Ed (Language Art); M. Ed (In view)
English
16
Mu’azu Dorcas
B.A (French)
French
17
Murjanatu Yusuf Usman
B.A (Arabic)
Arabic
18
Ogugua Udenta (Mrs.)
B.A., (French); PGDE.
English
19
Onah Patrick E.
20
Saley Ango
21
Temitope Owoeye (Mrs.)
NCE; B. Ed (Lang. Arts); M.A (English); English
PhD (In view)
B.A. (English Language); M. Sc (Pol. French
Science)
B.A; M.A. (In view)
English
Language);
French
B.Ed.
(Social Igbo
Arabic
Academic Staff- Computer/Mathematics
Dept.
S/N
NAME
QUALIFICATION(S)
SUBJECT
1
Akpan I. Ndarake
B. Sc. (Maths.)
Maths, F/Maths.
2
Al-Amin M. Sani
CCNA Dip. Computer
Computer
3
Emmanuel J. Udoh
B.Sc. Ed (Maths.)
Mathematics
4
Hassan I. Saleh
B. Eng; M.Sc (Engr.)
5
Hayford Kafai Dzata
B. Ed (Maths.)
Computer
Science
Mathematics
6
Jessica Begha
B. Sc. (Maths.); PGDE., M. Sc (Mathematics) Mathematics
7
Oko Ime Alex
B. Sc. (Statistics)
8
Olufelo O. Elizabeth (Mrs.)
9
Teku Victor Dominic
NCE (Maths./Chemistry); B.Sc (Maths.); Mathematics
M.Sc (Maths)
B. Eng. (Chemical Engineering)
Mathematics
10
U.G. Wuyahku
B. Sc Ed (Mathematics)
Principal
11
Uyoh N. Duff
B. Sc (Mathematics)
Mathematics
12
Yusuf Ahmed Omeiza
B. Sc (Mathematics)
Mathematics
Mathematics
Academic Staff- Science Dept.
S/N
NAME
QUALIFICATION(S)
SUBJECT
1
Abubakar A. Sunday
B. Sc. Ed; M. Sc
Biology
2
Adamu Moses
B. Sc. (Botany)
Biology
3
Ahlidza G. Tsatsu
B. Sc; Diploma in Education
Physics
4
Akintunde Afolabi Rotimi
B. Agric., M.A (Animal Science) (In view)
Agric. Science
5
Apampa Ayodeji Sulaiman
M. Sc (Chemistry)
Chemistry
6
Babafemi Johnson
NCE; B. Sc; M. Sc Ed. (In view)
Chemistry
7
Bunmi M. Alafiyatayo (Mrs.)
NCE; B. Sc; M. Sc. Ed.
Biology
8
Chinyere Susan Emeka (Ms.)
B. Sc (Zoology)
Integrated
Science
9
Comfort S. Amupitan (Mrs.)
NCE; B. Sc; M. Sc. Ed (In view)
Integrated
Science
10
Ibrahim A. Mohammed
B. Sc.; PGDE; M. Sc. (In view)
Chemistry
Academic Staff- Science Dept. Cont’d
11
Igele A. Augustine
B. Sc (Physics)
Physics
12
Kanwai Sandra (Ms.)
B. Sc. (Zoology); M. Sc. (Zoology) (in view)
Biology
13
Kugbey Harrison
B. Sc; Dip. Ed; M. Sc. Ed; PhD (In view)
Chemistry
14
Ngozi P. Iwuji (Mrs.)
NCE; B. Sc. Ed; M. Sc. Ed (In view)
15
Ojo Olufemi Felix
16
Olorunfemi Sunday David
Integrated
Science
B. Tech. (Applied Geophysics); M. Sc. (Applied Physics
Geophysics)
HND; PGDE; PGDFM (Agric)
Agric Science
17
Opadele Joseph Adeyemi
NCE.; B. Sc (Agric.)
18
Peninnah Samuel Ogah
B. Sc. (PHE)
Integrated
Science
P.H.E
19
Susan T. DAramola (Mrs.)
B. Agric; PGDE; M. Sc (Animal Sc.) (In view)
Agric. Science
20
Uruk Udoh
B. Sc
Agric. Science
21
Usman Garba
B. Eng (Chemical)
Chemistry
Academic Staff- Vocational & Technical
Dept.
S/N
NAME
QUALIFICATION(S)
SUBJECT
1
Adah Paul
B. Ed (Business Education)
Business Studies
2
Adiwu Talatu Onkala (Ms.)
B.A (Fine Arts); MFA (Painting) (In view)
Visual Arts
3
Augustina N. Odigie (Mrs.)
B. B.Ed (Business Studies); MBA (Marketing); PGDM
Business Studies
4
Babalola Olugbenga
B. Eng (Water Resources & Environmental Engineering)
Introductory Technology
5
Balogun Adebola Kazeem
Diploma (Computer Eng.); HND (Elect. &Electronics)
Technical Drawing
6
Bello Yahaya Babamba
B.A. (Ed.); M.ED (Psychology) (In view)
Commerce
7
Ibrahim Abdulwaheed
HND (Mech. Engr.); PGDE (Mech. Engr.)
Technical Drawing
8
Idehen A. Catherine (Ms.)
NCE (Home Economics); B.Ed. (Home Economics)
Home Economics
9
James A. Sule
NCE; B.A. Ed (Creative Art); MFA (In view)
Visual Arts
10
Lilian J. Agbo (Mrs.)
NCE (Tech. Educ.); HND (G/C), PGDE
Introductory Technology
11
MC Ozoh
B. Ed (B/Educ.); M. Ed (PSY), (In view)
Business Studies
12
Mike Smagye Raboth
B.A (Fine Arts)
Visual Art
13
Odererhi Godwin
HND (Agric. Eng. Techno.)
Introductory Technology
14
Olowodun Y. Lawrence
NCE (B/Education) Acct; B. Ed. (B/Educ.) Acct.
Accounts
15
Toluhi T. Oredola (Ms.)
NCE (Fine Arts); B.A (Ed.) Fine & Applied Arts
Visual Art
16
U. A. Akpan
OND (Sec.); HND; PGDE (In view)
Business Studies
UCMAS Programme
Universal
Concept
Abacus
&
Mental Arithmetic System Nigeria
Limited (UCMAS Nigeria) is the sole
National Franchisee in Nigeria of the
UCMAS
BRAIN
DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME FOR CHILDREN of the
UCMAS Education Group, established
in 1993 in Malaysia.
UCMAS Programme
The UCMAS Mental programme is a brain development
programme that stimulates the brain by teaching children
to perform mental calculations quickly and accurately
without the use of any electronic tool. Such that our
students, typically aged 4 to 13, are guided to develop and
use their mental faculties in varied disciplines more fully.
The UCMAS Mental education programme builds the ability
to solve mathematical problems in record time by
visualizing the Abacus. The training will also lead to the
development of the right brain as learners would be using
their right brain to create an image memory while
performing the calculations mentally. The UCMAS
programme will help enhance memory, concentration,
alertness and grasping power besides developing math
skills in your child.
UCMAS Class
UCMAS Class
UCMAS Instructors
UCMAS Group
Facilities
BOYS SECTION
Population: 700
Facilities
Prefects (2010/2011)
Facilities
Biology Laboratory
Physics Laboratory
Biology Laboratory
Chemistry Laboratory
Facilities
Technical Drawing & Design Laboratory
Typing Pool
Electrical & Electronics Laboratory
UCMAS Class
Facilities
Information Technology
Visual Art Studio
Library
Infirmary
Facilities
Book Shop
Dinning Hall
Classroom
Snacks’ Shop
Facilities
Football Pitch
Volleyball Court
Racing
Boys’ Dormitory
Facilities
Landscape
Discussion
School Gate
Multi-Purpose Hall
Facilities
GIRLS SECTION
Population: 300
Facilities
Prefects (2010/2011)
Facilities
Classroom
UCMAS Class
Home Economics Class
Information Technology
Facilities
Discussion
Assembly
Girls’ Dormitory
Dinning
Facilities
School Bus
Discussion
Girls in House-Wear
Staff Quarters
Girls in House-Wear
Credits
OUR WASSCE RESULT ANALYSIS
The West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination
(WASSCE) is a secondary school leaving certificate
examination administered by the West Africa Examination
Council (WAEC) and offered to candidates residing in
Anglophonic West African Countries.
This examination is compulsory for every final year student
in the secondary school as it provides them with certificates
of successful completion of their secondary education. This
certificate includes student’s grade in the examination and
enable them seek admission into higher institutions.
This examination is equivalent to either the London or
Cambridge General Certificate Examination.
Credits
- 2008/2009 STUDENTS’ WASSCE RESULT ANALYSIS
S/N
SUBJECTS
A1
B2
B3
C4
C5
C6
D7
E8
F9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
English Language
Mathematics
Further Maths.
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Geography
Islamic Rel. Studies
Technical Drawing
Literature-in-English
French
Commerce
Accounts
Fine Art
Economics
Hausa Language
Government
History
Agric. Science
Arabic
13
2
1
1
14
2
-
11
2
2
2
16
1
-
2
22
1
7
7
9
1
5
6
3
1
29
10
4
1
2
5
1
13
8
2
1
3
6
1
1
4
1
4
9
4
-
8
7
5
23
11
1
11
9
3
1
1
3
2
1
1
2
-
42
4
25
17
7
15
32
7
5
2
1
6
1
3
3
3
1
-
8
4
2
1
10
5
8
5
1
1
3
1
2
5
-
6
3
1
14
3
1
3
4
1
6
-
2
12
1
2
5
1
-
C4 – C6 (45% - 59%)
B2 – B3 (60% - 69%)
A1 (70% - 100%)
No. Registered
No. Sat
No. released full result
No. passed with five (5)
Credits & above
including English &
Mathematics
No. passed with five (5)
Credits and above
including English only
No. passed with five (5)
Credits and above
including Mathematics
only
No. passed with less
than five (5) credits
Credits
- 2008/2009 STUDENTS’ WASSCE RESULT SUMMARY
72
72
72
No.
No.
No.
No.
%
%
%
%
52
74
10
14
4
6
4
6
Credits
- 2009/2010 STUDENTS’ WASSCE RESULT ANALYSIS
S/N
SUBJECTS
A1
B2
B3
C4
C5
C6
D7
E8
F9
PEND
ING
1
English Language
-
-
1
6
14
51
19
10
-
-
2
Mathematics
1
-
2
4
4
11
15
20
42
-
3
Further Maths.
-
-
1
-
1
1
3
3
7
-
4
Biology
-
-
-
1
2
28
30
32
20
-
5
Chemistry
-
-
-
2
-
10
3
13
45
-
6
Physics
2
6
48
3
7
4
-
-
-
-
7
Geography
1
7
43
-
5
2
1
-
-
-
8
Islamic Rel. Studies
-
-
4
9
12
30
3
2
-
1
9
Technical Drawing
4
2
14
3
5
5
2
1
1
-
10
Literature-in-English
3
7
7
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
11
French
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
1
3
-
12
Commerce
1
2
3
2
6
7
1
4
4
-
13
Accounts
-
-
-
-
-
3
1
3
-
2
14
Fine Art
-
-
2
-
1
2
-
1
-
-
15
Economics
-
-
13
14
26
36
7
-
-
1
16
Hausa Language
-
-
4
1
3
11
9
6
2
1
17
Government
-
-
2
5
1
9
2
1
-
-
18
History
-
-
-
1
3
6
-
19
Agric. Science
1
5
24
2
-
-
1
-
-
-
TOTAL
12
29
168
53
88
212
98
100
130
05
C4 – C6 (45% - 59%)
-
B2 – B3 (60% - 69%)
A1 (70% - 100%)
No. Registered
No. Sat
No. released full result
No. passed with five (5)
Credits & above
including English &
Mathematics
No. passed with five (5)
Credits and above
including English only
No. passed with five (5)
Credits and above
including Mathematics
only
No. passed with less
than five (5) credits
Credits
- 2009/2010 STUDENTS’ WASSCE RESULT SUMMARY
102
102
97
No.
No.
No.
No.
%
%
%
%
21
21.6
48
49.5
01
1.03
32
31.4
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan
Zaria Academy has just launched a 5 Year Capital Plan to
expand and grow its institution. This plan is intended to
raise US$10,091,000.00 (Ten million, ninety-one thousand
U.S Dollar) within the next five years.
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan
Science Laboratory Block and Equipments
a) Physics
b) Chemistry
c) Biology
d) Electronics
e) Agriculture
f) Introductory Technology
g) General Science
h) Home Economics
i) Languages
$2 million

a)
b)
c)
d)
Information Technology
Computer Training
Cyber Café
Wi-Fi
Software Development
-
$1000
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan (cont’d)
Construction and equipping of Girls’ Dinning hall and
Kitchen to accommodate 500 students
$550,000
 Library
a) Construction, equipping and acquisition of books
$550,000

a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Sporting Facilities (Outdoor & Indoor)
Athletics
Basketball
Table Tennis
Lawn Tennis
Volleyball
Field Hockey
Snooker
$300,000
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan (cont’d)
Infirmary
a) Medical Equipments
b) Ambulance
-
$230,000
-
$300,000
-
$150,000

Examination Hall

Students’ Social Centre

Staff Quarters for 50 Staff
Teaching & Non-Teaching Staff
-
$2 million
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan (cont’d)

Buses
4 No. 30 Seater Buses
2 N0. 10 Seater Buses
-
$200,000

Extension of Boys’ Dormitory
-
$1 million

Extension of Girls’ Dormitory
-
$500,000

Power Installation
Generators
-
$100,000
2011 – 2016 Capital Plan (cont’d)

Water
Boreholes, Water Treatment Plant and Storage Facilities
$300,000

Classrooms Extension and Furnishing
$1 million

Landscaping
Road Network
Street Lightening

Contingencies
-
$750,000
-
$100,000
Contact
Kilometer 10, Funtua Road, Shika,
P.O.Box 532, Zaria,
Kaduna State,
Nigeria.
Mobile: +2348036786173
+2347053556276
+2348033115608
+2348037043144
Website: www.zariaacademyng.com,
http://exeter.edu/documents/Exeter_Bulletin/alumni_profiles/adamu_66.htm
Email: [email protected]
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