Third Term Fees: FCTA Vows To Sanction Erring School Owners
The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA says Private school owners and public school heads who insist on collecting third term fees will be sanctioned.
Chairman, FCT Secondary Education Board, SEB, Malam Yahaya Mohammed stated this during inspection of schools for the 2020/2021session in Dutse, Abuja.
He explained that the Administration would not hesitate to come down hard on either Private schools or any head of public school that collect the fees.
“Those that violate the rules will certainly face sanction…in our last meeting with the school management officials, National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS, were in attendance and had expressed their willingness to comply with the laid down rules and regulations”.
Malam Mohammed also warned that the number of students in a class should be between 25 and 35, even as he hinted that schools with large population has been directed to make provision for two sessions.
Some students who Spoke to Radio Nigeria expressed delight over the school reopening.
Schools visited includes Government Girls’ Secondary School Dutse, Junior Secondary School, Dutse-Sagwari and Government Day Secondary School, Dutse-Alhaji.