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The Federal Government has approved the establishment of a Secondary Commission to oversee the operations of secondary in the country.

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Prof. Anthony Anwukah, Minister of State for Education, who made the disclosure in Abuja on Tuesday at a valedictory news conference, said President Muhammadu recently gave approval to the establishment of the commission.

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He also said that the Federal Government has reviewed downwards the charges in Unity Colleges from N83,000 to N49,500.

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The minister said the government had pegged PTA levy at N5,000 across the board, thereby ending arbitrary charges of N75,000, which nearly inhibited access to unity colleges.

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According to Anwukah, unity schools in will remain as long as the Buhari administration is in power.
He added: ‘‘Having taken this position, we embarked upon the rehabilitation of unity colleges in all the ramifications required.

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“The Buhari administration had spent a total of seven billion naira on the provision of security infrastructure in the last four years.

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‘‘Against the backdrop of insecurity in the north-east, affected by ‘’ as well as incidents of kidnapping in parts of the country, the Federal Government decided to provide basic security facilities in all unity schools.’’

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On the development of infrastructure, Anwukah said that the government had embarked on the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms, hostels, laboratories among others.

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He said: ‘‘In spite of the economic down turn, we have done well in terms of in capital expenditure.

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‘‘In terms of improving funding for the education sector, I am optimistic that the Federal Government will expeditiously look into the recommendations we have made in that respect.’’

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The minister emphasised that if education could be adequately funded, the country would be able to compete with the world in the area of global knowledge.

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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