Kano State Government has approved the adjustment of 2021/2022 school calendar in the state because of the forthcoming Ramadan
- …the change was made in response to parents’ and other stakeholders’ demands that the government allows their children to fast completely at home during the summer vacation, given the month’s significance
- I Cried Every Single Day for 3 Months – Kemi Adeosun
- How US-based RCCG Pastor Resigned to Become Soun of Ogbomoso
- EFCC Seals Building Allegedly Owned By Obiano In Anambra
EKO HOT BLOGreports that the Kano State Government has approved the adjustment of the 2021/2022 school calendar for both public and private primary and secondary schools operating in the state because of the forthcoming Ramadan.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar and the month of fasting. It begins and ends with the appearance of the crescent moon.
According to Deputy Director, Information, Kano State Ministry of Education, Aliyu Yusuf, the change was made in response to parents’ and other stakeholders’ demands that the government allows their children to fast completely at home during the summer vacation, given the month’s significance.
This online media platform reports that the second term according to him, will be decreased by one week from the 13 weeks previously planned, and the vacation will be increased by one week from the four weeks previously planned.
- Army Discovers Wreckage Of Military Jet In Sambisa Forest
- We Cannot Ascertain Nigeria’s Daily Petrol Consumption – FG
- Ramadan: Sultan Asks FG To Address Hike In Food Prices
“By this adjustment, therefore, all public and private primary and post-primary schools operating in the state are to be closed for five weeks’ vacation with effect from Friday, April 1, 2022, to Sunday, May 8, 2022,” the statement read.
According to Yusuf, the state Commissioner of Education, Sanusi Kiru, has urged parents and guardians to be cautious during the upcoming summer vacation.
Click to watch our video of the week:
Advertise or Publish a Story on EkoHot Blog:
Kindly contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Breaking stories should be sent to the above email and substantiated with pictorial evidence.
Citizen journalists will receive a token as data incentive.
Call or Whatsapp: 0803 561 7233, 0703 414 5611