(PRWEB) April 01, 2018
Muhammad Babangida has been announced as the Executive Director of El-Amin International School. Babangida is responsible for the overall operations of El-Amin. A large majority of this role is to report to the Board of Directors and work closely with the school’s principles in order to provide the best experience for students.
Among Muhammad Babangida’s other roles, he is responsible for the performance, success, and sustainability of El-Amin, their students, and faculty. This involves strategic planning with the Board of Directors to ensure a positive experience for the students.
Muhammad Babangida strives to determine where the El-Amin currently is and where they envision themselves in the future. Once those areas are identified, it is Muhammand’s duty to put strategies and programs in place to achieve those goals.
Part of that involves finding diverse, passionate teachers who will inspire students and leave a lasting impact on the school community.
Muhammad Babangida: Muhammad Babangida is the Executive Director of El-Amin International School and an an avid polo player. Muhammad Babangida is the founder of the El Amin Polo Club, a member of the Nigerian Polo Federation. He was drawn to the sport at an early age, growing up around horses and attending local polo clubs with his uncle. In addition to his love for horses, Muhammad enjoys the competitiveness and challenge that the sport provides. Polo requires a great deal of discipline, commitment, and concentration in order to compete and succeed at a high level towards the game.
After graduating from school, Muhammad Babangida decided to take up the sport much more seriously. In 1995, he formed the El Admin Polo Club and has been playing the sport competitively ever since.
El-Amin International School: El-Amin International School educates children from across Nigeria and promotes respect for cultural and religious values. El-Amin offers nursery, primary, secondary, and boarding educational opportunities for more than 1,000 students ranging from ages 3 to 17. The school provides both National and International examinations, specifically WAEC, NECO, JAMB, IGCSE, and Checkpoint (Primary and Secondary).