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14 Mar 2017

See What Happened After Secondary School Students Organized Weddings Among Themselves

A Primary and Secondary School(sa'adu Zungur Model School)in Bauchi State was closed down by the government, at the weekend over illegal marriages among senior students in the school.

The closure order, which also affected the primary section of the school, it was gathered,
was given on Friday by the state deputy governor, Nuhu Gidado, who doubles as the Commissioner for Education, following a report received by the government on the illegal
marriages among the students.

According to a press statement issued by his Special Assistant on Communications, Yakubu
Adamu, the deputy governor attributed the illegal marriages among the students to moral
decadence in the society.

Gidado stated the school would remain closed until a committee set up by the state government to investigate the matter came up with a detailed report and recommendations.

The Nigerian Tribune gathered that the illegal act among the students, said to have been
rampant among them despite the fact that both male and female students had separate
classrooms for learning, blew open last week during one of such illegal marriages.

It was further learnt that teachers in the school
got to know about the act when a senior
secondary (SS) 2 student organised one of such
wedding ceremonies in the school premises to
his alleged lover, also a senior student of the
school.
The noise and cheers from jubilant co-students
amidst the fun were said to have drawn the
attention of the teachers, who rushed to find
out what was happening only to discover that a
‘wedding’ ceremony was taking place between
the two students.
They, however, reported their finding to the
school’s principal, Mallam Ahmed Zailani, who
in turn reported to the Ministry of Education
with a view to taking appropriate sanction
against the erring students.
Investigation revealed that male students used
to pay N500 as bride price to their would-be
‘wife’ who are also students of the school as a
condition for solemnisation of their marriages.
It further revealed that the ‘couples’ classmates
also contributed money to buy snacks to eat
during such ‘wedding’ ceremonies. er illegal marriages among senior students in
the school.
The closure order, which also affected the
primary section of the school, it was gathered,
was given on Friday by the state deputy
governor, Nuhu Gidado, who doubles as the
Commissioner for Education, following a report
received by the government on the illegal
marriages among the students.
According to a press statement issued by his
Special Assistant on Communications, Yakubu
Adamu, the deputy governor attributed the
illegal marriages among the students to moral
decadence in the society.
Gidado stated the school would remain closed
until a committee set up by the state
government to investigate the matter came up
with a detailed report and recommendations.
The Nigerian Tribune gathered that the illegal
act among the students, said to have been
rampant among them despite the fact that both
male and female students had separate
classrooms for learning, blew open last week
during one of such illegal marriages.
It was further learnt that teachers in the school
got to know about the act when a senior
secondary (SS) 2 student organised one of such
wedding ceremonies in the school premises to
his alleged lover, also a senior student of the
school.
The noise and cheers from jubilant co-students
amidst the fun were said to have drawn the
attention of the teachers, who rushed to find
out what was happening only to discover that a
‘wedding’ ceremony was taking place between
the two students.
They, however, reported their finding to the
school’s principal, Mallam Ahmed Zailani, who
in turn reported to the Ministry of Education
with a view to taking appropriate sanction
against the erring students.
Investigation revealed that male students used
to pay N500 as bride price to their would-be
‘wife’ who are also students of the school as a
condition for solemnisation of their marriages.
It further revealed that the ‘couples’ classmates
also contributed money to buy snacks to eat
during such ‘wedding’ ceremonies.

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