The 2021/2022 educational session commenced on Monday in main and post-primary faculties in Kwara State amid experiences of low turnout by pupils and college students.
Reacting to the event throughout an inspection tour of faculties in Ilorin, the state capital, the Commissioner for Schooling, Hajia Sa’adatu Modibbo Kawu, condemned the low turnout and implored dad and mom and guardians to right away ship their youngsters and wards to highschool as educational courses had begun.
She noticed that ” the 2021/2022 educational session has commenced, however there may be low turnout of scholars within the faculties, most particularly, boarding faculties.
“I wish to use this medium to implore dad and mom and guardians to right away ship their youngsters and wards to highschool as educational courses had commenced,” she acknowledged.
A press release by the Press Secretary of the ministry, Yakub Kamaldeen Aliagan, in Ilorin on Monday, stated the Commissioner additionally charged principals within the state to be devoted and be position fashions to their workers.
She stated punctuality and dedication to responsibility needs to be their precedence as a way to stay by instance to the workers and the scholars being nurtured for future management.
Hajia Modibbo additionally rebuked some boarding faculties that failed to arrange breakfast for the scholars on time and charged them to stay to the time for breakfast as formally scheduled.
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