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Saturday, 26 August 2017

Sokoto State Government To Settle NECO Fees Of 23,000 Students

The Sokoto State Government thursday said it would soon release N268 million for the settlement of examination fees of 23,000 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) candidates for the 2016/2017 academic session.




Governor Aminu Tambuwal, made this known when the Registrar of the National Examination Council (NECO), Prof. Charles Uwakwe, paid him a courtesy call at the Government House, Sokoto.


He said this was part of the state government’s resolve to ensure that eligible students acquire tertiary education. It is also aimed at discouraging out of school children syndrome.


He noted that as part of its free education agenda, the state government also settled the examination fees of 22,000 students with N261 million that sat for NECO examination in the state last year.


In a remark, the Registrar of NECO commended Tambuwal for his commitment towards improving education in Sokoto state.


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3 comments:

IsaacBABA (BUY CHEAP MTN DATA FOR AS LOW AS N700 for 1GB, N1300 for 2GB, N1800 for 3GB and 2400 for 4GB...call 08066929956 for more info) said...

Wow this is great.... Other states should do this to encourage the students more.... Nice one from the governor

Miss Ess said...

Nice of them. Aboki must go to school by fire by force.

Sharon Aminu said...

That one thing i love about the northerns not like Edo state were children dropped out of schools cause they can't afford to pay for exams...

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