KDMoE sign MoU with KADVIS

The Kaduna State Ministry of Education has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the state’s Vigilance Service (KADVIS) to secure public schools against theft, kidnapping and vandalism across the state. The MoU was to among other things, ensure adequate security of lives and properties in public schools, beginning with boarding schools.

The move became necessary in view of the increase in spate of kidnapping, theft and vandalism of facilities in public primary and secondary schools.

this measure will create a sense of safety for students, staff and visitors on lawful engagements within school premises and surroundings.

“The KADVIS will ensure that the lives of students, teachers and other staff in public schools were well secured.

“They (security outfit) will also ensure that only authorised personnel or persons have access to school premises and facilities.’’

“This is key to ensuring that only personnel of proven integrity are deployed to public schools.

“The security outfit will also work with the Nigerian Police and Department of State Services, DSS, to ensure effective and adequate security,”

The MoU was valid for a period of two years and maybe renewed subject to satisfactory provision of agreed services in the first two years.


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