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Why government should help us — Olawale, Lagos NAPPS boss

SINCE late March, this year, schools at all levels in the country have been shut down due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease. Though public schools are not also spared, private ones are the hardest hit. Private school owners and teachers are reeling under the burden of lack of money, with school owners not having income and teachers not getting wages. In this interview, the Lagos State President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS, Chief Amusa Olawale, spoke on some of the challenges confronting his members. Excerpts.

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Reconsider your stance on WASSCE, NAPPS tells FG

Reconsider your stance on WASSCE, NAPPS tells FG

Says students seriously traumatised By Adesina Wahab and Elizabeth Osayande The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, NAPPS, has called on the Federal Government to reconsider its position of not allowing students in the country take part in this year’s West African Senior Secondary School Examination, WASSCE, to be conducted by the West African
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