Speaking at the inauguration of Donge secondary school in Zanzibar North Region as part of Revolutionary Day celebrations, Abdullah said the construction and refurbishment of schools is an indication for development strides including the implementation of free education.
He said the government was making efforts to improve the environment in the education sector by building new schools to reduce congestion.
He said Donge secondary school will now make the North District B to have 11 secondary schools which is a major development stride.
"My hope is that you will use this opportunity to study hard and that the new building should go in tandem with high marks in examinations, so there is no reason to let us down, said the Second Vice President.
He also instructed regional government authorities to have in place fresh strategies to rescue the region education-wise, and bring it to the level of other regions to speed up development.
He also called on parents, guardians and teachers in the region to increase efforts to supervise their children in order to increase pass marks enrollment for Form V students at the school....read more on https://epaper.ippmedia.com