Friday, 01 March, 2024


BREAKING: Kaduna orders closure of 13 schools over insecurity

Hours after bandits attacked and abducted 140 students from Bethel Baptist High School, Kaduna government has ordered immediate closure of 13 schools in locations vulnerable to bandit attacks.

The directive issued by Director General of Quality Assurance Authority in the Ministry of Education, Umma Ahmed, to proprietors of private schools, said the closure was with immediate effect.×280&×90%2C803x280%2C803x280&correlator=7300507759023&frm=20&pv=1&ga_vid=1385040769.1602309090&ga_sid=1625525326&ga_hid=1727475869&ga_fc=0&ga_cid=25301334.1625442214&u_tz=60&u_his=1&u_java=0&u_h=768&u_w=1366&u_ah=728&u_aw=1366&u_cd=24&u_nplug=3&u_nmime=4&adx=65&ady=1853&biw=1349&bih=657&scr_x=0&scr_y=0&eid=21066433%2C31060972&oid=3&pvsid=1462498199322410&pem=369&wsm=1&!4&btvi=3&fsb=1&xpc=mv8cIfCGKe&p=https%3A//

It warned against failure to comply with the directive.

Ahmed listed the names of the affected schools as: Faith Academy, along Kachia Road adjacent to Jakaranda; Deeper Life Academy, Maraban Rido; ECWA Secondary School, Ungwar Maje and Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi.

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Others are: St. Peters Minor Seminary, Katari, Prelude Secondary School, Kujama, Ibiso Secondary school, Tashar Iche, Tulip International (Boys) School and Tulip international (Girls) School.

Also in the list are: Goodnews Secondary School, St. Augustine, Kujama, Comprehensive Development Institution (CDI), Tudun Mare and Adventist College, Kujama.

“You are hereby advised to adhere to the contents of this letter as appropriate sanctions shall be meted out to schools that are found wanting for non-compliance, please,” the statement reads.

Credit: The Nation


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