Niger State Shut down all secondary schools in the State


With the increasing insecurity issues in the north, ranging from banditry to terrorism, the Ministry of Education in Niger state has ordered that all secondary school in the state should be closed for two weeks in order to assess the threat of insecurity in the state.

The schools are to close from Friday, March 12th to Friday, March 26th, 2021.

The Niger State Commissioner of Education, Hajiya Hannatu Salihu, the closure was to give relevant security agencies the time and opportunity to conduct a comprehensive risk assessment of all public secondary schools.

The Commissioner called for the understanding and support of education actors, parents, and communities while reiterating the government’s resolve to leave no stone unturned in ensuring all schools in the state are safe environments for effective teaching and learning.

This decision was taken during an emergency consultative meeting with the leadership of the Association of the Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Association of Model Islamic Schools (AMIS), Executive Chairman, Niger State Universal Basic Education Board (NSUBEB), Heads of Education Agencies, Directors of the Ministry and other stakeholders of the sector.


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