Yobe State Commissioner for Primary and Secondary Schooling, Dr. Mohammed Sani Idriss has mentioned the choice by the federal government to close down all public boarding secondary faculties throughout the 17 native authorities areas of the state is to safeguard the lives of scholars and that of their academics.
In a quick parley with newsmen on Monday in Damaturu, the commissioner famous that the choice turned crucial following a safety recommendation contemplating what is going on in some Northwestern states.
Idriss mentioned, “the directive won’t have an effect on SS 3 college students”.
It was gathered that, safety has been beefed up round faculties throughout the state to avert the reoccurrence of Dapchi college abduction.
Recall that Niger, Zamfara and Kano states have just lately shut down secondary faculties of their states over worry of assaults by armed bandits.
Yobe Schooling Commissioner explains why state shut down faculties