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Special Education Centre, Bauchi excels in state fabric competition

by Inclusive News Network

In the recently concluded State Level Fabric Competition with the theme “One Nigeria/unity Competition” held on Monday July 24, 2024 at the Ministry of Education in Bauchi State, the Special Education Center Yelwa achieved notable success. The school secured the 2nd position in the Men’s Dress category and the 3rd position in the Dyeing category.

The students, who were accompanied by the school principal Hajiya. Asabe Muhammad, quiz master Alhamdu Yakubu, and school interpreter Sabiu Shehu Yakubu, showcased outstanding talent and creativity. Their performance stood out against their counterparts from mainstream schools, demonstrating exceptional skills and dedication.

Despite strong competition, including from GTC Bauchi, which emerged in 1st position, Special Education Center Yelwa’s achievements highlight the students’ remarkable capabilities and the school’s commitment to excellence.

The event celebrated the unity and diversity of Nigeria through the lens of fabric art, and Special Education Center Yelwa’s impressive results are a testament to their hard work and talent.

INN reports that recently the program were launched by the wife of the Nigerian President, Oluremi Tinubu, among students to use their talents to showcase unity in diversity.

The competition was a displayed artistry and creativity by the participating schools, which was monitored by officials of the National Gallery of Arts.

With the theme, “Unity in Diversity,” it reflects the essence of the fabric competition, with the works symbolising how different patterns, colours and textures vary across cultures and traditions, as the organisers explained.

A student participant called on the Bauchi State Government to sustain fabric making, arts, crafts and other skill acquisition programmes in its curriculum, by establishing arts gallery studios in the various schools.

In the spirit of unity in diversity, the students acted out a short drama, in line with the new national anthem, recently adopted by the Nigerian government.

The best-performing students are expected to represent Bauchi State at the national level.

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