Taraba Gov’t Suspends 7 Principals Over Alleged Sabotage Of Free Education

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Taraba State Government has, through the Ministry of Education suspended seven school principals for allegedly sabotaging the free education recently declared by Governor Agbu Kefas in the state.

Governor Kefas had shortly after his assumption of office declared free and compulsory education for primary and secondary school students in the state and also slashed school fees by 50% in the state’s owned high institutions.

Commissioner for Education in the state, Mrs. Augustina Yahaya, while announcing the suspension of the seven principals, said all of the affected persons committed deferent offenses meant to sabotaging the successes of the free education policy declared by the governor.

“The principal of Government Day Secondary School, Jauro Yino is suspended for collecting money from students for NECO; the principal of Yakasali in Wukari is suspended for collecting money and selling slots of WAEC to external students.

“The principal of GDSS Kakulu in Zing is also suspended for negligence, for not monitoring properly while denying 105 final year students from registering their exams,” the Commissioner said.

Other school principals suspended by the state government include those of Government Day Secondary Schools Kofai and Salihu Dogo in Jalingo; GDSS Kununi in Lau, GDSS Jouro Yinu in Ardo-Kola, GDSS Kakulu in Zing, GSS Takum, and GDSS Yakassai in Wukari.


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