Delta to close Illegal private schools
The Delta State Government has planned to close all illegal private schools across the state.
He said, “The Inspectorate Department of the ministry will soon embark on the closure of private schools for those that have not completed their registration processes.
Ukah, however, frowned on the revelation that private schools promote all their students to the next class at the end of every academic session, cautioning that such action was not in the best interest of the children who failed their promotion examination.Read more: The Punch Newspapers
Is there any state that allows them to flourish? Very Good! But Sir, please, let the legal ones be made available for everyone willing to go to school in your state.
Mob sets ablaze suspected armed robbers in Delta
Two lynched for attempted rape in Delta - The Nation NewspaperTWO men have been burnt to death for attempting to rape a 13-year-old girl in Mosogar town, Ethiope West council area of Delta State, The Nation learnt. I witnessed it live
Angry mob sets two suspected armed robbers ablaze in Delta - Daily Post NigeriaAngry mob has set two suspected armed robbers ablaze at Sublane Junction in Mosogar Community, Ethiope-West Local Government Area of Delta State. The suspe Are such things still happening? May God help us all to have value for human lives. Stop taking laws into your hands, it's ungodly & barbaric. If you catch someone in contravention of the law, the proper action is to hand him over to the police for prosecution. If you must vent your anger, the best is at our public office holders; they're the real armed robbers.
Fire raze down Delta Market, destroy properties worth several millions - Daily Post NigeriaFire has razed down the Delcma Section of Sapele Market, in Sapele Local Government Area of Delta State. The fire destroyed properties worth several millio
Delta community protests alleged neglect by Agip (photos) – Daily TrustDelta community protests alleged neglect by Agip (photos)
Private school teachers in Kano decry poor working condition – Daily TrustPrivate school teachers in Kano state have cried out over what they termed as ‘poor condition of service.” Some of the teachers who spoke to Chronicle on condition of anonymity, lamented that they are being over-worked even in the face of poor salaries compared to their counterparts in public schools.ADVERTISEMENT One of them, who prepared … Toh ina Gandujen Kanawa🤣🤣🤣