- Lagos state government has sent a warning message to private school owners in the state
- According to the report, some proprietors in the state have started reopening their schools as against the government's closure directive
- Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, the director-general of OEQA, said that any school caught flouting the directive on closure would be sanctioned
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Following the report that some schools in Lagos state have started violating the closure directive, the state Office of Education Quality Assurance (OEQA) has warned that defaulters would be seriously sanctioned.
Leadership reports that the director-general of OEQA, Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, in a statement she issued on Monday, June 15, condemned the action of some private primary and secondary school owners inviting students to school in spite of the government’s directives to close schools.
Legit.ng gathered that Seriki-Ayeni warned owners and administrators of such schools to desist from reopening under whatever guise, as any school caught flouting the directive on closure would be sanctioned.
She said that in order to ensure compliance, the office monitoring and investigation team would embark on compliance monitoring exercises across the state.
According to her, it is to ensure schools adhere strictly to the safety directives issued by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The director-general said that the safety of all children, teachers and the general public was a priority.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that an American nurse with the Twitter name Cherie Antoinette said that in her eight years in the medical profession, coronavirus “is the worst disease” she has come across.
It was reported that she said that whenever they tell patients they have recovered, they do not inform them of the health complications they may battle with in the future as a result of the disease.
Cherie hinted that health issues that may happen after could be a lung transplant, massive heart attack, or stroke.
The nurse said that another possible issue they do not tell recovered patients is that they may have to depend on oxygen to live the rest of their life.
She said that the virus is “designed to kill” as it a highly intelligent disease that attacks everything it goes for.
Cherie added that there may be no resources to combat the disease “if we don’t continue to flatten the curve.”
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