Exam Malpractices: KWSG reads riot act to principals, teachers


The Kwara State Government has again read the riot act to principals and teachers who engage in examination malpractices that has become prevalent in public schools.
The State Commissioner for Education, Hajia Fatimah Bisola Ahmed disclosed this during her visit to Baruten LGA and Kaima LGA today.
According to her the recent derecognised 165 Private and Public Secondary Schools in Kwara State has damaged the hard earned reputation of our dear State.
She therefore admonished the principals and teachers to prepare students for better performance in examination instead of destroying their future under the pretext that you are helping them.
Hajia Ahmed warned that, henceforth, any principal or teacher found wanting on this regard will be sanctioned according to the civil service rules and regulations.
In addition, she said, any Private school involved in examination malpractices will be closed down.
In his remark, the Chairman House Committee on Education, Hon. Baba Saliu Boriya, appreciated the magnanimity of the governor, Mallam AbduRahman AbdulRazaq for offsetting the WAEC fine of thirty million five hundred thousand naira for students to be able to write the forthcoming examination in the various schools affected.
Boriya assured the public that the present administration will do everything possible to eradicate examination malpractices in the state.
In his response, the Chairman, Traditional council in Baruteen LGA, His Royal Highness, the Emir of Okuta, Alh. Dr. Idris Sero Abubakar commended Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for his concerned and support for the people of Kwara North, most especially, his support for the present Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Yakub Saliu Danladi.
He therefore reiterated the support of Kwara North to the present administration in its bid to take the state to greater heights.

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