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MoE on verge of facing ‘security’ crisis in Ahmadi area ‘Administration not made any move to ink new contract’

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 22: Ministry of Education is on the verge of facing a crisis concerning the expiration of security contracts for protecting several public schools within Ahmadi Educational Area, which will directly affect over 200,000 teachers and students, reports Al-Seyassah daily quoting an informed source.

He indicated that the administration of Ahmadi Educational Area will soon demand Ministry of Interior for police officers from various police stations within the governorate to provide alternative security for the schools and ministry facilities from early next month until the government signs a new contract. “Even though the security contract of Ahmadi Educational Area will expire on Feb 28, the concerned officials at the ministry’s Administration and Financial Affairs Department have not made any move to sign a new contract”, the source said.

He explained that the normal step to take is for the company to seek the extension of the contract, but it came as a rude shock when the company indicated its disinterest in the extension. He revealed that the decision of the company has destabilized the ministry, because it is impossible to sign a new contract before end of the month.

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