Mr Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, has said that the Federal Government, FG date would work intimately with states and nearby; governments toward shutting down auxiliary schools saw as; unacceptable.



Nwajiuba, in an announcement marked by Ben Bem-Goong, Deputy Director, Press and Public Relations Unit in the service, said; that such “mushroom” schools would not be; permitted to work.

The clergyman said that the FG Date National Secondary Education Commission (NSEC), which is charged to take off soon, is a piece of steps and institutional arrangements towards the crackdown.


As per him, the NSEC will work intimately with significant partners to fix the noose on administrators of such; mushroom auxiliary schools.

“As much as government is doing everything humanly conceivable to expedite each offspring of school age board, quality and standard must not be yielded.

“The Federal Ministry of Education will display an update on institutionalization and quality affirmation for auxiliary schools at; the following National Council on Education scheduled for Nov. fourth to 8th.

The notice will likewise be; exhibited to the Joint Consultative Committee on Education (JCCE)”, he said. Nwajiuba recognized that training was; on the simultaneous rundown and spoke to states, nearby; governments and non-public schools’ proprietors to take the issue of standard in the country’s schools truly.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reviews that Malam Adamu, the Minister of Education, supported a bill for the foundation of NSEC which the President marked into law in May.