The Kwara State Government has said it had closed down 10 private schools built with wooden slabs and operating without due authorisation from the state government.

According to the Director, Quality Assurance Bureau (QAB) of the Kwara Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, Hajia Zainab Bello, the schools were unsuitable for child learning.

Bello said that these schools were closed down due to poor infrastructure and unconducive learning environment.




The affected schools include New Creation Nursery and Primary School, Adabata, Habitat Nursery and Primary School, Al- Salam Nursery and Primary School, Allahu Samad Arabic School, Almalik Nursery and Primary School, Great Success Nursery and Primary School, Isale Aluko, Aduni Success Islamic and Arabic International Model Center Ajikobi.

Others as Ridwanulkahi Nursery and Primary School, Isale Aluko, Alubarka Nursery and Primary School, Ajikobi and Almubashirina Nursery and Primary School, Ajikobi.

The director assured of the state’s government commitment to ensure quality education, stressing that government would continue to close illegal private schools.

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