School shut down for Conducting Entrance Exam.
The plan for government to curb down the novel virus is to close down all school sector this will limit the social gathering of students and teacher.
Kaduna state government shut down a private school who failed to comply with the lock down Directive from FG and state government.
The Director-General of the agency, Umma Ahmad, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Thursday, adding that the school’s license would also be revoked.
Mrs Ahmad explained that the school was shut down on Wednesday for conducting entrance examination into Junior Secondary School I (JSS I) and Senior Secondary School I (SSI) for 70 pupils.
“It was resolved that members of the association should leverage on e-learning introduced by the Ministry of Education to keep children learning at home and at no cost to parents.”
But against this directive, we learnt that Future Leaders International School had asked pupils and students to come to the school to write entrance examination into JSS I and SS I”.
On getting there, we met 70 pupils and students writing the examination, with 34 teaching and non-teaching staffs as well as construction ongoing in the school.