Kaduna state government shuts down private school, revokes its license for violating quarantine order


Kaduna state government has closed down the Future Leaders International School in the state for opening their school premises and conducting entrance examination despite the ban on all academic activities in the state due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

In a tweet posted on Thursday evening, June 11, Governor El-Rufai said the license of the school has also been revoked.

”KDSG has closed Future Leaders International School and revoked its license to operate.

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The school opened and conducted entrance exams contrary to the provisions of the Quarantine Order, which directed all schools, both public and private, to remain closed” his tweet reads

The school conducted entrance examination into Junior Secondary School I (JSS I) and Senior Secondary School I (SSI) for 70 pupils on Wednesday, June 10.

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