Daily News

Private schools begin fumigation in Imo


By Chris Njoku, Imo

Private schools in Imo State have begun fumigation of their premises in preparation for the resumption of schools.

This was disclosed yesterday by the Rector of the Bethel Seminary School, Umudibia in Owerri West Council Area of Imo State, Okechukwu Amadi, while speaking to newsmen on the resumption of exit students.

He said the fumigation of schools was part of the Covid -19 protocol of the government.

READ ALSO: ‘Imo: 80 percent of things said about government is false’

According to the Rector, “we are abiding by the instruction given by the Federal Government to resume schools; we have complied with the provision of medical facilities like the thermometers, disinfectants and sanitizers placed at the gate.

“We also paid N300, 000 to the state government to fumigate the whole compound in anticipation for resumption.”

He said the only problem they are encountering now is the refusal of the parents to pay their wards school fees.

398 stranded Nigerians arrive from UAE, Sudan Saturday

Previous article

‘It’s incredible how little people know about the food they eat’

Next article

You may also like


Leave a Reply

More in Daily News