A group of independent school proprietors known as the Association of Christian Schools in Nigeria (ACSN) has alarmed that there is a tactical move to erode Christian education and values from the nation's educational system.

The body in an interactive session with journalists in Jos on Monday identified the imposition of Arabic Education on school children as one of such moves.

It equally viewed the recent ban on private schools teachers from supervising WAEC as a direct affront on Christian education.

Similarly, the body alleged the sidelining of Christian schools in the distribution of government grants in some states.

The ACSN through its President, Ekaeta Enang therefore challenged the government to balance the margin or risk losing the goodwill of the affected schools.

It particularly threatened to boycott WAEC exams if obvious anomalies were not addressed.

The body among others demanded the recruitment of Christian theological seminary graduates to teach Christian Religious Studies in Secondary schools.