The Jigawa State authorities has ordered the closure of all public major and secondary colleges over the concern of assaults.
The Commissioner of Training Lawal Yunusa confirmed this to newsmen in Dutse the state capital.
“an intelligence report was obtained by the state authorities that states, particularly with worldwide borders, are liable to assaults”.
“Upon receiving this info we ordered the closure of colleges to keep away from any shock. Many of the colleges are executed with their examinations,” the commissioner added.
“The one college students writing examinations are the SSS2 college students who’re writing mock examinations and solely Civic Training and the Hausa language are left to be concluded. Then the pupils write inner examinations which the college can reschedule.”
Newsmen who visited some public colleges throughout the capital, noticed boarding college students carrying their baggage as they headed to their mum or dad’s houses. Others had been stranded because the closure was sudden.
When requested in regards to the non-public colleges and the upper establishments
who had been seen to be working, the commissioner stated that the state authorities has knowledgeable them in regards to the menace “however we enable them to shut on their very own time”.
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