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The Kwara State authorities, on Friday, ordered fast closure of ten grant aided faculties in Ilorin, the state capital over hijab controversy.
They may stay closed pending the decision of the hijab controversy within the faculties.
The colleges affected, are C&S Faculty, Sabo Oke; St Anthony Faculty, Offa Highway; ECWA Faculty, Oja Iya; Surulere Baptist Faculty, Bishop Smith Secondary Faculty, Agba Dam; St Barnabas Secondary Faculty, Sabo Oke; St John Faculty, Maraba; St Williams Secondary Faculty, Taiwo Isale and James Secondary Faculty, Maraba.

DAILY POST reviews that the hijab controversy has triggered a faceoff between Muslims and Christians in grant aided faculties within the state capital.
The closure is coming as a authorities committee raised on Thursday, comprising Muslim and Christian communities met on Friday to iron out variations between them on the query of hijab.
An announcement by the Everlasting Secretary, Ministry of Training and Human Capital Growth, Mrs Mary Kemi Adeosun, in Ilorin, on Friday, “appealed for calm and urged mother and father and non secular leaders to keep away from actions or feedback able to additional splitting the 2 communities.”

“Additional communication shall be issued to tell members of the general public on the event,” the assertion added.
Recall that the state authorities at a marathon assembly on Thursday, arrange a brand new committee aimed toward resolving the variations on the hijab query in grant aided faculties.

The assembly attended by spiritual leaders from each Muslim and Christian communities, was presided over by the Deputy Governor, Kayode Alabi, who “appealed to all of the leaders to respect their variations, reside, love and be part of palms to boost a era of kids who will see each other as compatriots.”

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The assembly was known as by the state governor, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.

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