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State Government Schools In Niger State Are Yet To See Their WASSCE Results by Engrobiorah(m): 9:34pm On Aug 03, 2017
My students in Government Model School Bida are yet to see their WAEC results because of this, every other state government school within the state is also affected
3rd August, 2017


His Excellency,
Alh. (Dr.) Abubakar Sani Bello,
Executive Governor,
Niger State.

Dear Sir,


I am compelled to write this open letter to you, haven carefully observed with uttered dismay the share disregard and total neglect mated on the entire students of Government owned secondary schools in Niger state.

It is almost one month that the West African Examination Council released results for students who sat for the 2017 Examination Nationwide. Even though Mr. Governor, you never paid Examination fees for the non-indigene students just like your predecessor Dr Mua’zu Babangida Aliyu did, surprisingly the non-indigene students who sat for the examination cannot get their results because the government under your leadership failed to pay the fees for the indigene students as promised.

It is pitiable and totally shameful, that it is under your watch that the educational system of Niger state is about to collapse (God forbid).
This is a complete departure from the promise of an all-inclusive participatory change government you promised. It is highly regrettable.

Mr governor sir, you have shown signs of moving the state forward in the face of dwindling economic fortunes of the country, thus fair; there is a dire need for a State Of EMERGENCY in the Educational sector of Niger State.

Your Excellency sir, we cannot continue to do the same thing and expect the same result.

A stitch in time, saves nine.

Thank You.

Cc lalasticlala

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