The Lagos State Office of Education Quality Assurance, has said it will sanction Private Primary and Secondary School owners inviting students to school, despite the government’s directives to close schools
A statement issued today by the Office of the Director-General, OEQA, Mrs. Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, warned administrators of such schools to desist from reopening, noting that any school caught flouting the directive of the Federal and State governments on closure will be sanctioned.
To ensure compliance, she said the Office Monitoring and Investigation team will embark on compliance monitoring exercises across the State to ensure schools adhere strictly to the safety directives issued by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19
While imploring such schools to stop the trend that could jeopardise the health and future of innocent children, Seriki-Ayeni said the general public will be notified when it is right and safe for students to return to school
She solicited the cooperation of all stakeholders in curbing the spread of the coronavirus pandemic in the State and enjoined anyone with information on such recalcitrant schools to contact the Office through its official emails: email@example.comFollow us on social media