The government of Kano State has suspended two school principals for incompetence.
The Kwankwaso, Madobi Local Government Area of the State is home to a number of bilingual schools, two of which are French and Chinese.
According to a statement released by Balarabe Kiru, director of public enlightenment for the Ministry of Education, State Commissioner for Education Umar Haruna has explained that the suspended principals were not present at their respective schools when the team of take-up inspection paid a visit to monitor the beginning of the 2023/2024 first term school session.
The statement also claims that the Commissioner authorized the transfer of Isyaku Umar Abdullahi to the position of principal at the Chinese-English Bilingual College of Kwankwaso and the placement of Umar Sabo at the French-English Bilingual College of.
The ministry’s permanent secretary, Hajiya Kubra Imam, reportedly led an inspection team that found the two colleges’ pupils had not been fed on Sunday night, and their Monday breakfast had not been prepared as of the inspection’s time.
The Commissioner was shocked by the two principals’ “unconcerned attitudes,” and he ordered them to turn over management of the schools to the interim principals and report to the government while an inquiry was conducted.
In a statement, the administration urged all educational leaders to avoid doing anything that could derail their work to improve schools.
According to the statement, the Commissioner praised Kofar Famfo, principal of Government Girls College (WTC) Kano, and Aisha Mohammed, principal of Government Girls Secondary School (KGSS) Kwankwaso, for their hard work and cooperation in getting the new school year off to a smooth start.
According to the release, “students are so happy with the way they were provided meals.
As one reviewer put it, “Their turnout is very commendable, and Principals of the two Schools made good effort to make their school environment conducive.”
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