The government of Abia closes 197 "substandard" private schools.

The government of Abia closes 197 "substandard" private schools.197 "substandard" private schools have been closed by the Abia government as part of its reforms to the state's education system.

This was said by Mr. Okey Kanu, Commissioner of Information and Culture, while speaking to reporters on the results of the state Executive Council meeting on Monday at Government House in Umuahia.

According to Kanu, the ongoing private school inspection program has examined over 900 private schools in the state to date.

He said that the exercise was a result of the government's determination to raise the state's educational bar.

He also discussed the government's intention to repair internal roads in the state's major cities, stating that the Ministry of Works had been given the go-ahead to handle the project.

Additionally, Dr. Ngozi Okoronkwo, the Commissioner for Health, reported that more than 8,000 individuals have been granted free Medicare as part of the State Government's continuous free medical services program.

She said that the government had started to renovate the Cottage Hospital in Aba in an effort to increase its capacity and that the public will soon be able to reopen it.

According to Mr. Uzo Nwachukwu, Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, the government has named council members, deputy chairmen, and chairs of transition committees for each of the 17 Local Government Councils.

According to Nwachukwu, those who could carry out the current administration's rebuilding plan were chosen for the position.

He noted that the TC members' tenure may be extended by examining the law, and that they were entitled to a statutory six-month tenure.


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