The Kano State Ministry of Education has directed the management of Kano Capital School to withdraw its intended school fee increment.
The directive was given by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Hajiya Lauratu Ado Diso, while inaugurating a committee to verify and review the previous reports on the school for implementation.
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The permanent secretary, who assured the concerned parents that the ministry will remain resolute to ensure that things are done according to laid down rules and regulations, urged them to remain calm and law-abiding.
She pointed out that a ministerial committee has been constituted to verify and review the earlier reports presented to the ministry on some problems identified in the school to ensure full implementation.
The permanent secretary added that the state government will do everything to ensure that the Kano Capital School, which is a state-owned school, is restored to its past glory.
Some members of the committee include the Director of Special Assignment, Haruna Muhammad Fan’idau as chairman, Kano State PTA Chairman, Sani Salisu Danhassan, and Sani Salisu Kabara, the Director of Revenue of the ministry as members.