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|Lagos Asks Parents Not To Pay For JSS3 Examination Levy. by Nawteemaxie(m): 2:41pm On Mar 29, 2019|
The Lagos State Government on Thursday cautioned parents not to pay any fee or levy for the Junior Secondary School (JSS3) Basic Education Certificate Examination for students in the state.
Mrs. Adebunmi Adekanye, Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Ministry of Education, said this on Thursday in Alausa while reacting to alleged extortion from parents whose children would be sitting for the examination.
Adekanye said the state government had paid the fees of all students sitting for the examination in the state.
According to her, JSS3 students sitting for the BEC examination in the state should not pay any money to anyone under any guise, as all fees relating to examinations.
She said anyone caught in the act would face the consequences of their action.
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