Secondary school principal to refund 12 million naira to students in Delta

Mr. Ishmael Omolade, a secondary school principal has been told to return N11,124,800.00, being alleged proceeds of unapproved levies received from students of Otor-Ogor Technical College, Otor-Ogor, Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.

He has been dismissed from office and transfered to headquarters of the Vocational and Technical Board, Asaba.

Omolade and fourteen others were queried for allegedly receiving illegal levies from pupils in public primary and secondary schools.

A report yesterday by Patrick Ukah, the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education,  announced the sanctions are in line with the findings of a board of inquiry set up by the ministry.

According to the report, Omolade has been dismissed as the Principal of Ogor Technical College, Otor-Ogor, and to refund N11,124,800.00, being money illegally collected from pupils in the 2017/2018 and 2018/2019 academic sessions.

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