Kwara to Sanction Principals Over Exorbitant NECO Fees

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Kwara State Government has vowed to sanction any school principal that collects more than N22,500 approved as examination fees for the National Examinations Council, NECO.

The Press Secretary of the State Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, Peter Amogbonjaye, gave the warning at the official flag-off of registration for NECO in the state.

Amogbonjaye noted that the state government outlawed the enrollment of external candidates for the 2022/2023 NECO Examinations.

The Secretary added that this is part of the ongoing reform agenda to curb all exorbitant charges on external examinations by some principals in the state.

Written by: Helen Obih

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