Coronavirus: Nigerian mother shares child's school's plans to ensure safety of students

Coronavirus: Nigerian mother shares child's school's plans to ensure safety of students

- A Nigerian woman simply identified as Ndi Kato has shared a personal experience with her son’s school

- Ndi Kato said that she called the management of her child's school to know the steps they are taking on coronavirus

- The woman said she was told that the blood of Jesus will cover them

A few cases of people testing positive to the pandemic coronavirus have been reported in Nigeria. Compared to the rate of cases in other countries, Nigeria is still considered to be safe.

Although many people are consciously taking precautionary steps, businesses are still going on as usual. Many students are still going to school, traders are going to the market and workers are still resuming to their places of work.

Recently, a Nigerian woman simply identified as Ndi Kato shared a personal experience she had with her child’s school.

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The mother of one took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to reveal what her son’s school management told her when she called to ask for the steps they are taking to prevent their students from contracting the infectious disease.

Ndi Kato said she was angry when they told her that they are relying on the blood of Jesus.

Calling on the ministry of education to close down schools, the woman noted that her child has pre-existing respiratory conditions. She noted that many schools are not ready to shut down for the safety of their students.

Following her tweets, Ndi Kato’s followers have taken to her comment section to advise her on what to do. Many people told her to withdraw her son.

Read some comments below:

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady confirmed the death of her cousin who was a doctor in London. The lady who was identified as Ayishat Akanbi warned blacks to disregard the claim that coronavirus could not affect them. Ayishat took to Twitter to reveal that she lost her cousin who was just 30 years old when she died. The woman said that her warning was because her cousin who gave up the ghost as a result of the virus.

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