Cross River Government Sack Principals Over Bribery

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Cross River State government has removed Secondary school principals who engaged in collecting illegal levies.

The State Commissioner for Quality Education, Godwin Amanke, disclosed this during a ministerial briefing in Calabar, the state capital.

Amanke stated that twelve principals were removed; six suspended and 16 were transferred, for the misdemeanor.

The Commissioner noted that the principals were paying as much as N300,000 to be transferred.

Written by: Helen Obih

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