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Kano government revokes licences of all private schools

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Kano state authorities has revoked the operating licences of all non-public faculties within the state, following the killing of 5-year previous Hanifa Abubukar by Abdulmalik Tanko, proprietor of Noble Children Academy, Nasarawa Native Authorities Space of the state.

 

Recall that the minor who attended the varsity, was kidnapped and subsequently killed by her college proprietor.

 

Kano state Commissioner of Schooling, Sunusi Sa’id Kiru who made the announcement, stated the revoked licences will probably be reviewed and revalidated after certification.

 

The ministry of training will set a standards for his or her recertification, and it was additionally disclosed {that a} panel has been set-up comprising of the ministry of Justice, Division of State Service, (DSS), Civil Protection and different safety companies to look into the revalidation of all non-public faculties in Kano State.

 

He stated; 

 

“I wish to use this chance to tell everybody that therefore, the federal government has determined to revoke all certificates of personal faculties within the State.

”We’re all conscious of the continuing case of Hanifa; how she was gruesomely murdered by a suspect known as Abdulmalik Tanko who’s the the proprietor of Noble Children Academy; view of the unhappy incident, particularly concerning how she was murdered within the non-public college, the State authorities has determined to withdraw the certificates of all non-public faculties for revalidation.

“The ministry of training will set a standards for his or her recertification. A panel has been set-up comprising of the ministry of Justice, Division of State Service, (DSS), Civil Protection and different safety companies to look into the revalidation of all non-public faculties in Kano State.”

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