The Rivers State Government has threatened to close tuition based schools in the express that clear before the endorsed date.
The danger was contained in an explanation gave on Sunday by the Permanent Secretary in the service of Education, Sir Chidi Adiele.
The Permanent Secretary said the admonition became essential subsequent to discovering that some non-public schools were wanting to abandon for the third term on 20 August 2021.
According to the assertion “In the delivered schedule endorsed by His Excellency, Governor Nyesom Wike in August 2020, schools are to clear for the third term 2020/2021 scholastic meeting on the tenth of September 2021. Accordingly, schools are to clear on the supported date.”
The proclamation added, “For the aversion of uncertainty, any non-public school that empties before the endorsed shutting date will confront fitting assents and fines payable straightforwardly to the State government through the ICT Department.”
The state government cautioned tuition based schools to stringently stick to the scholastic schedule, adding that authorities of the state service of Education will be conveyed to uphold the authorization on defaulting schools.
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