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The Executive chairperson of BASOVCA, receiving Award from the president SDGs cd group at the 3 days basic computer skills graduation ceremony organised by the corp member Ismail Adamu Muazu to day friday 27/09/2019, at Amb. Mc. Abubakar Technical college Bauchi.

The Executive Chairperson of BASOVCA making her speech to day friday 27/09/2019 at the graduation ceremony of 3 days basic computer skill organised by corp member Ismail Adamu Muazu, at Amb. mc. Abubakar technical college Bauchi.

The Executive Chairperson of BASOVCA making her speech to day friday 27/09/2019 at the graduation ceremony of 3 days basic computer skill organised by corp member Ismail Adamu Muazu, at Amb. mc. Abubakar technical college Bauchi.

visit of Her Excellency To Orphanage Nursery/primary School State Low-Cost

The Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Muhammad has directed the State Chief Judge on speedy trial of inmates remanded in various prisons to reduce congestion.

The Governor gave the directive today when he paid a visit to Bauchi Central Prison, Bauchi Orphanage Center and Bauchi Remand Home, as part of the celebration of this Year’s Democracy Day in the state.

Governor Bala Muhammad said a committee for Prerogative of Mercy would be constituted so as to review the cases of the inmates.

He said to ensure good governance in the state, his administration deems it necessary to find lasting solution to the challenges affecting the smooth operation of prisons across the state.

The Governor assured that in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s change agenda, the present administration would not allow innocent inmates to be remanded in prison for long.

The representative of the Controller Prisons Bauchi, Magaji Habu said of the over 951 inmates in their custody, 805 were awaiting for trial.

The Governor donated 3 cows and 20 bags of rice to the inmates as their Democracy Day gift.

While at Bauchi Remand Home, Governor Bala Muhammad announced his intention to settle the fines of some of the inmates and warned the beneficiaries against re-engagement into criminal activities.

The Governor while at Bauchi Orphanage Center, disclosed that welfare, care and protection of orphans would remain the priority of his administration.

He however appealed to wealthy individuals to consider assisting orphans and vulnerable children as part of corporate social responsibility.

Commissioning of BASOVCA school of Home Economics Misau


Governor MA Abubakar's visit to school of Home Economics Misau  


Muhammed chadi abubakar ovc vocational college students taking their first lunch in school dinning hall on saturday 4th march 2017.

Gov. M. A. Abubakar commissioned the Amb. Mohammed Chadi Abubakar Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Vocational College Bauchi. The commissioning also followed the unveiling of several special education centre intervention projects.

Speaking at the epoch making event, Executive Chairman of Bauchi State Orphans and Vulnerable Children Agency (BASOVCA) Ibraham Hali Abdullahi stated that the college is first of its kind in the country. Stating that the welfare of the OVCs are taking care of, even daily meals. He thanked the Governor for supporting OVCs in the state and repositioning BASOVCA to take care of them. He also said that the Agency is gender sensitive as a similar college is near completion in Misau.

Also speaking at the event was the Emir of Bauchi, HRH Alh. (Dr.) Rilwanu Sulaiman Adamu. The Royal Father expressed his gratitude to God first, and to the state government. He said that Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) are a collective responsibility of society. He praised the work done so far to alleviate the plight of OVCs but enjoined all that more needs to be done. The lauded Gov. Abubakar and BASOVCA for the initiative.

Governor Abubakar in his remarks said the college was named to immortalize the late Amb. M. C. Abubakar for his service to the state, country and humanity. He stated that being an Orphan or Vulnerable Child (OVC) should not stop one from acquiring quality education, while stating that the current administration will continue its social empowerment drive especially in the areas of education, health, and social welfare. He thanked International donors who also played a role by paying counterpart funding when due. He also thanked the Board of BASOVCA for the achievements recorded in a short period.

Other projects commissioned asides the College include: 20 VIP toilets, 18 VIP Bathrooms, 1 Block of classrooms, 4 Blocks of renovated classrooms, and a well-equipped 160 capacity bed space hostel. Furthermore, over 20,000 OVCs will be registered by the administration under the National Health Insurance Scheme. BASOVCA also introduced the health ticketing system, where over 400 OVCs receives medical services from the state owned specialist hospital monthly

The wife of the executive governor of Bauchi state Hajiya Hadiza M. A Abubakar visited the newly opened Muhammed Chadi Abubakar Orphans and vulnerable children vocatonal institution under her NGO BSWEEP on a welfare visit to the orphans and vulnerable children in the school.

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