Kano Orders Closure Of School Owned By Abductor
The Kano State Government has ordered the immediate closure of a private school, Noble Kids Academy, at Kwanar Dakata, in the Nassarawa Local Government Area, where the body of an abducted girl, Hanifa Abubakar, was buried by the suspect. THE PUNCH reports.
According to THE PUNCH, the deceased, a five-year-old girl was allegedly abducted in November 2021, at Kwanar Dakata in the metropolis by her teacher, Abdulmalik, who is a principal suspect in the crime, according to the police. Information Guide Nigeria
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The State Commissioner for Education, Muhammad Kiru, announced the closure of the school in a statement after policemen discovered the corpse of the victim buried in the private school.
Kiru, who expressed sadness over the incident, said apart from the closure of the school, the state government would commence investigation of unregistered private schools and teachers to check such criminal activities. jamb results
He appealed to parents whose children attend the private school to stop them from doing so pending the completion of the investigation.