Loading Search Box
For Questions, Inquiries, Click Here
Facebook - Follow us - Call us - Hire Us - info@Ncsarena.com

For Any Enquiry, Call/Text On +2348035262318


Nigerian parents in Borno state has appealed to the government to re-open public schools to allow their children continue with their education.
It would be recalled that schools in the state were closed in May 2014, following Boko haram attacks on students in neighboring Yobe.
A group of the parents who made the appeal on Saturday in Maiduguri, expressed reservations on the continuous closure of the schools even with the relative return of peace in the state.
Malam Muhammad Askira, a parent, said the state government has no excuse to keep the schools closed, following the evacuation of the IDPs from the buildings.
"Our children have been out of school for over two years, now that we have relative peace, we did not hear the government saying the children should go back to school.
"Three months ago, the IDPs occupying schools like Yarwa Girls Secondary School and five other schools were relocated to other camps for the schools to be reopened, so what are they still looking for?" Askira asked.
Malam Sadiq Mu’azu, another parent, supported the call, saying it is time the schools are re-opened.
"I am not surprised because this is about three months since they evacuated IDPs out of schools and up till this moment no school was re-opened."
Mrs Zainab Abubakar, also a parent, appealed to the government to reopen schools to reduce youth redundancy. (NAN)

SHARE THIS

0 Comments:

Post a Comment

We love comments, feel free to comment below and we will assist you in which ever way we can. Thanks

 
School News, Admissions Updates, And Scholarships © 2016. All Rights Reserved. Powered by Blogger
Top