Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara

Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara
Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara,The Zamfara state commissioner of education, Ibrahim Abdullahi on Tuesday, January 5, announced that the operating licenses of more than 500 private schools in the state have been revoked by the state government, over their inability to meet the required operational guidelines.
According to the commissioner, the state governor Muhammad Matawalle had met a poorly-arranged operating setting of private schools, where proprietors were only required to pay a start-up registration fee of N30,000, after which they had the freedom to operate outside the control of the state government.
Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara

He further revealed that the state’s ministry of education that oversees the operations of private schools had been upgraded for efficiency, and a task force will soon be inaugurated to enforce compliance to the revocation.

According to the commissioner, the state governor Muhammad Matawalle had met a poorly-arranged operating setting of private schools, where proprietors were only required to pay a start-up registration fee of N30,000, after which they had the freedom to operate outside the control of the state government.
Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara

He further revealed that the state’s ministry of education that oversees the operations of private schools had been upgraded for efficiency, and a task force will soon be inaugurated to enforce compliance to the revocation.

According to the commissioner, the state governor Muhammad Matawalle had met a poorly-arranged operating setting of private schools, where proprietors were only required to pay a start-up registration fee of N30,000, after which they had the freedom to operate outside the control of the state government.
Over 500 private schools operating licenses revoked in Zamfara

He further revealed that the state’s ministry of education that oversees the operations of private schools had been upgraded for efficiency, and a task force will soon be inaugurated to enforce compliance to the revocation.

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