The Delta State Government has shut down 662 private primary and secondary schools, allegedly said to be operating illegally in the state.
Briefing journalists in Asaba on Tuesday on the mid-term report of the Basic and Secondary Education Ministry, the Commissioner, Prof. Patrick Muoboghare, said the action was necessitated by the new state policy geared towards providing qualitative education for beginners.
According to the commissioner, the affected schools were built below the set standard and in most cases, the schools were situated in “very unconducive learning environment.”
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