The Kano State government has set the stage for the resumption of the state Secondary Schools Qualifying Examination (SSQE) on November 20.
This decision comes after a temporary halt due to the national strike led by the organised labour.
Balarabe Kiru, the spokesperson of the state Ministry of Education, conveyed this crucial information on Thursday in Kano.
In his statement, Kiru not only confirmed the resumption date but also urged the affected students to return to their respective schools on Monday, emphasising the importance of continuing the examination.
Highlighting the significance of adhering to the rules and regulations of the examination, Kiru urged students to ensure strict compliance.
The spokesperson extended his best wishes to the students, expressing hope for their success in the upcoming phase of the examination.
This development follows the ministry’s decision on Tuesday to temporarily suspend the SSQE in light of the nationwide strike initiated by the organized labor.
As Kano State prepares to recommence the examination process, students are anticipated to resume their academic pursuits with a renewed focus on success.