Kano state government has debunked reports that its students scheduled to write the 2022 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) were not allowed to participate in the exam over the government’s indebtedness to the National Examination Council (NECO).
Kano state government has debunked reports that its students scheduled to write the 2022 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) were...
Clement A. OloyedeMon, 27 Jun 2022 19:02:34 GMTKano state government has debunked reports that its students scheduled to write the 2022 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) were not allowed to participate in the exam over the government’s indebtedness to the National Examination Council (NECO).
Several reports had indicated that the examination body had insisted that unless the state government redeemed a substantial part of its debt, students in the state may not be allowed to participate in the examination.BREAKING: Bandits abduct DPO in Kaduna
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Oloyede Mon, 27 Jun 2022 19:02:34 GMT Kano state government has debunked reports that its students scheduled to write the 2022 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) were not allowed to participate in the exam over the government’s indebtedness to the National Examination Council (NECO). Several reports had indicated that the examination body had insisted that unless the state government redeemed a substantial part of its debt, students in the state may not be allowed to participate in the examination. “People are so sensitive now to religious matters and ethnicity. BREAKING: Bandits abduct DPO in Kaduna But the state commissioner of information, Muhammad Garba told Daily Trust on Monday that it was not true that the state government was indebted to the sum of N1. The most affected areas are the largest drainages which include the popular Baban-Gwari roundabout, Jakara Stream, and some other channels linked to the main drainages in the state.5billion and that Kano state students were not allowed to sit for exams, saying modalities of payment have already been agreed for the over 29,000 students it sponsored.” A prominent member of the Tinubu Campaign Organisation also said the presidential candidate had reduced the search for his running mate to Borno, Kano and Kaduna states. “What is happening today (Monday) is test interpretation which is for the teachers across the country to come up with modalities on how the practicals will be done and our teachers are involved in this test interpretation exercise which will last for about a week after which the practicals will start. “Kano Pillars chairman Suraj Yahaya is expelled from the league with immediate effect.
“On the issue of debt, for the past years we have been indebted to NECO to the sum of N544million and based on agreement, we are paying in batches and we have paid about N200million and the existing amount of money (for 2022 exams) to be paid is about N537. The source said, “Asiwaju is back in Abuja.6 kilometres of drainages within 20 days of the annual drainages’ clearance exercise.5million and this amount is supposed to be paid after the exams before the release of the results,” he said. He said adding the outstanding to the current debt will put the total indebtedness of the state to about N800million, out of which over N300million has already been approved for payment. He will meet with all stakeholders like members of the Progressives Governors’ Forum, members of the APC in the National Assembly, former governors produced by the party and he will even have discussions with the President on the issue. The commissioner, who said the state government is committed to ensuring the prompt payment of this outstanding, added that the current debt was for the sponsorship of over 29,000 students by the government for the examination. “We thought there will be changes this time around as the government had cleared the drainage and made some repairs of waterways at the roundabout. He said “Government committed to pay for 15,313 students that had 9 credits from its qualifying examination; 1,018 students living with disabilities, as well as 7,300 for Special Intervention which is basically for Girl Child Education, and local government councils paid for 5,400 students”, bringing the total number of students sponsored by the government to 29,031 apart from thousands that were also sponsored by individuals like lawmakers, commissioners and philanthropists. That’s why the man hurriedly left Lagos for Abuja. The officials are Ayatu Mohammed – Center Ref, Daramola Olalekan – Assistant Referee1, and Nura Ali – Assistant Referee 2.
” Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information. Quality journalism costs money.” CRPA issues warning Meanwhile, the Centre for Reforms and Public Advocacy has said the Electoral Act, 2022 prevented political parties from withdrawing running mates. It is affecting our businesses,” Malami Usman, who owns a business around the Baban Gwari roundabout, told our reporter. Today, we're asking that you support us to do more. Your support means that Daily Trust can keep offering journalism to everyone in the world. According to him, the Act is clear on provisions for withdrawal and substitution of candidates, warning that sections 28 and 84 relate to only the candidates – presidential and governorship – and not their running mates. .” Daily Trust on Sunday gathered that notable places and major roads that are observed to have been turned into dumping sites are Sabongari residential and market (Yankura) areas, Singer market area, Ibrahim Taiwo Road, Airport Road, Kurna, and Kofar Ruwa along Orthopaedic hospital, among other places. Aside from Pillars, some other clubs have also been caught in the web of football-related violence.