The government has issued a stern warning to schools that have increased their fees above the stipulated 20% cap and the Daily News reports.
The warning was communicated by the education ministry ‘s acting permanent secretary Johnsi Dewah who said:
Schools that defy the directive will be dealt with in line with the dictates of the law. We have sent a circular to all schools and the expectation is that the directive will be adhered to, failure of which will result in the law taking its course,
The government said schools were not supposed to increase 2020 fees by more than 20% without approval.
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