Kano State Free Education Bill Passed Second Reading
AREWA AGENDA – Kano State House of Assembly has passed the second reading of the state free and compulsory universal basic and secondary education bill 2019.
The state house of assembly made the decision after the majority leader Hon Kabiru Hassan Dashi led the fellow members to deliberate on the bill.
He said the bill is aimed to provide smooth free and compulsory education at both Primary and secondary level.
Hon Dashi said the bill directed that if any teacher found collecting any amount from parents under this law will be charge of 20 thousand naira.
He also noted that any parent found in the state refuses to send his child to acquire education will also be charge 20 thousand naira or be in prisonment for one month.
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