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 Executive Secretary National Senior Secondary Education Commission, NSSEC, Dr. Benjamin Abakpa has clearly stated that accessing the NSSEC fund is not a goldmine, rather it is a commitment towards raising the standard of Senior Secondary Education in the country.
Abakpa stated this when a group of Development Partners paid him a working visit in his office, Abuja recently, to ascertain the readiness of the Commission in repositioning  Senior Secondary Education in the Country, and to seek ways of collaboration with NSSEC.
He emphasized the Commission’s commitment to building an accurate database for all the Senior Secondary Schools across the country for effective planning, learning, and proper disbursement of the NSSEC fund.
The Executive Secretary further said that there were stated guidelines to access the NSSEC fund for the Federal, State, Private, and Missionary Schools, calling on the key stakeholders to put the right measures in place so as to meet the stated criteria for the initial fund assessment in order to meet some specific needs in the Senior Secondary Education.
Abakpa, however, urged the Development Partners to collaborate with the Commission in addressing challenges confronting Senior Secondary Education in Nigeria.
Earlier, the United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, representative, Murtata Adogi Mohammed said that UNICEF is willing to partner with the Commission to ensure that Out-of-School children syndrome is brought to the barest minimum and further called on the Federal Government to pay more attention to the accessibility of Senior Secondary Education in some local Government Area that has no access to it.
Also speaking, Malala Foundation representative, Femi Aderibigbe expressed sadness in the rise of students drop out of school after the completion of the basic education as a result of the inability to access the Senior Secondary School.
Aderibigbe, therefore, appealed to the Commission to pay more attention to Out- School Children phenomenon.


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