Education Minister Anna Nghipondoka has said the introduction of the universal primary and secondary education grants did not oust the moral obligation and responsibilities of parents or guardians towards their children attending school. Nampa reports that Nghipondoka made the remarks in Parliament on Tuesday while responding to concerns raised by parents after they were required to pay school fees and buy stationery for their children when schools re-opened for the 2022 academic year.
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