19 December 2012

Nigeria: Exam Malpractise Retard's Development

Kano — Examination malpractice has been described as one of the factors retarding the country's socio-economic development.

Kano State Director National Orientation Agency, Malam Mohammad Bashir Ali, while addressing students and representatives of examination bodies and other participants at a sensitization campaign programme on harmful effect of examination malpractice, said taken into consideration the transformation agenda of the Federal Government, there is a need to sensitize the public on the need to desist from the act.

Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, who was represented by the Director General, Senior Secondary Schools Board, Alhaji Habib El-Yakub, said Kano State has committed so much into the education sector, and that it will not relent to maintain good standard.

He called on all participants to put into practice what they have learnt for an effective and virile educational sector in Kano.

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