Ebola: Indian School in Lagos Flout Govt’s Directive to Close till October 13
Against the directive by the Federal Government that all primary and secondary (public and private) schools remain close till October 13, as part of measures to curtail the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, an Indian School in Lagos has remained opened.
According to one of the parents of a student in the school who pleaded anonymity, the school authority is not ready to adhere to the directive and has remained opened till date.
Aside remaining opened, he said the school which has more than 2000 students are not taking any measure to prevent the Ebola virus.
“All toilets are dirty, there is no temperature taken of students and there are exams are going so students are forced to go school otherwise they will miss their exams or tests.”
“My request is please help us to shut down the school so we can protect our children and they should follow the order of federal government of Nigeria,” he said.
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