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El Rufai Cancels Easter Break, Orders all Schools to Remain Open

Nasir El-Rufai, the APC governor of Kaduna State has released yet another “decree” in his implementation of APC Islamic agenda, using Kaduna as a take-off ground.

El-Rufai has ordered all public and private schools to remain opened all through Easter period apart from Good Friday and Easter Monday, which will be nationwide public holiday. He further threatened to sanction any school owner who fails to comply with the directive.

He mandated that second term holiday, should not be called Easter break, but second term holiday. On this note he ordered that the second term holiday should start two weeks after Easter.

When our correspondents contacted National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), officials (who pleaded anonymous) they confirmed the news lamenting that El-Rufai is making life difficult for school owners in Kaduna. He added, “This government is frustrating us.” (he lamented) “Imposing on us different taxes, forcing us to adhere to their calendar and creating terrible loopholes to wreck schools, only this term most privates schools lost 50% some more of their pupils or students. For his new order on schools remaining opened throughout Easter, we have no other option but to comply. However, NAPPS national body will have to look into Kaduna State issue.” He concluded.

This same El-Rufai is demolishing Christian communities and sending demolition notice to more Christian communities.


He has also sent a bill to the Kaduna State House of Assembly, to ban open air crusade, evangelism, night vigil, Christian bookshops, playing gospel music inside ones personal car etc.

Source: Weekly Post NG





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