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Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isah Ali Pantami, has paid a visit to the school he had his elementary education.

Pantami, who made this known in a tweet on his verified Twitter handle late Saturday night, said the visit to Pantami Primary School, Gombe, also provided him with the opportunity to inspect projects in the school.

The minister, who doubles as Islamic scholar listed some of the ongoing projects in the school to include renovation of classrooms and building of computer centre.

READ ALSO :How Nigeria can overcome unemployment crisis – Pantami

He said : “Visited Pantami Primary School Gombe last week, along with friends & associates, the first formal school we attended.

” Ongoing projects of complete renovation and building of a computer centre were inspected. We are all happy. May the Almighty make the pupils very successful.”

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