BY KEHINDE AKINPELU, ILORIN
The Kwara State Government has again reiterated its commitment towards flattening the Covid-19 curve in the state.
The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, Mrs Kemi Adeosun disclosed this during the monitoring of Covid-19 protocol compliance across the schools in the state
According to her, “Covid-19 is real and all hands must be on desk to reduce the spread of the disease.”
She therefore warned Principals and proprietors of private schools not to allow anybody into the school premises without face masks .
She further said that any school that does not comply with NCDC and Federal Ministry of Education safety guidelines will be sanctioned.
Some of the schools visited are Government Girls Day Secondary School, Okesuna, Amule Secondary School, Okele Secondary School and Dada Community Primary School.
Others are Dada Community, JSS, Bani Community School, Goverment High School, University of Ilorin Secondary School and Queen Elizabeth Secondary School all in Ilorin.
Some of the schools visited fully complied with the rules and regulations while other that were found wanting were asked to report at the ministry to face disciplinary actions.