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  • Updated: May 23, 2024

Kano govt constitutes committee to investigate examination failure

Kano govt constitutes committee to investigate examination f

The Kano State government has formed a committee to investigate the recent mass failure in the senior secondary school qualifying examinations.

Balarabe Kiru, the Director of Public Enlightenment at the Ministry of Education, announced this in a statement on Wednesday in Kano.

According to Kiru, the committee is tasked with identifying the extent and causes of the examination failures.

“The committee will also assess whether there was compliance with the established procedure for releasing results,” he said.

“It is also part of the committee’s responsibility to advise the government on the best ways to conduct future examinations,” he said.

Kiru said that the committee which had one week to submit its report, would be headed by Tajuddeen Gambo, special adviser to the governor on education.

He listed other members of the committee including the executive secretary, Kano State Senior Secondary School Management Board, Kabiru Zakirai and the executive secretary, private and voluntary schools board, Baba Umar.

Also in the committee are, special adviser to the governor on students matters, Nura Ma’aji, the director, Kano Educational Resources Department, Rabi Hussain and former director, Kano Educational Resources Department, Rabiu Mijinyawa.

He said that the senior special assistant to the governor on girl child education, Hafsat Adhama would serve as the secretary.

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