Kwara Warns School Principals Against Collection of Illegal Fees

Kwara Warns School Principals Against Collection of Illegal Fees

Kwara Warns School Principals Against Collection of Illegal Fees As the new academic session begins, the Kwara State government has warned school principals not to engage in collections of illegal fees in secondary schools in the state, adding that new students should not pay more than N7,430 and N9,580 for the Parents and Teachers Association

Kwara Warns School Principals Against Collection of Illegal Fees

As the new academic session begins, the Kwara State government has warned school principals not to engage in collections of illegal fees in secondary schools in the state, adding that new students should not pay more than N7,430 and N9,580 for the Parents and Teachers Association levy and books for Junior and Senior Secondary Schools respectively.

The Permanent Secretary, Kwara State Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, Mary Adeosun, gave the warning at a meeting held with Principals of Secondary Schools at Saint Anthony Secondary School, Ilorin.

Adeosun in a statement signed by Peter Amogbonjaye, Press Secretary in the Ministry, warned school principals across the 16 local governments in the state to desist from the collection of all kinds of illegal fees in all public Secondary Schools of the state.

She said that any principal caught collecting more than the approved PTA levies by the government will be sanctioned according to the civil service rules.

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