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The Kwara State Government has issued a stern warning to Junior Secondary School Principals and Primary School Headteachers against imposing illegal charges for the State Placement Examination, also known as the Common Entrance.

In a recent statement, the State Commissioner for Education and Human Capital Development, Hajia Sa’adatu Modibbo Kawu, emphasized that the examination is fully funded by the Kwara State Government and must be free for all students.

Commissioner Kawu stressed the government’s commitment to providing free education and condemned any form of extortion from students or their parents under the guise of examination fees.

She reiterated that the state will not tolerate any violations and that individuals found guilty of such acts will face legal consequences.

Furthermore, Kawu warned educators against engaging in or supporting examination malpractices, underlining the current administration’s zero-tolerance policy towards such unethical behaviors.

She encouraged parents and guardians to report any suspicious activities directly to her office, assuring them that their concerns would be addressed promptly.

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