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Ebola: Ogun State sets up task force on compliance
Posted 7 years ago By Martins Uwoghiren

The Ogun State government has set  up a monitoring committee to look into the level of compliance of  both public and private  schools in Ogun state.

The President, National  Association  of  Proprietors of Private  schools  in Ogun State, Dr. Abayomi Jiboku disclosed this during the annual NAPPS  day celebration held in Abeokuta.

The committee, according  to Dr. Jiboku was saddled with the responsibility of going round the schools in the state to check whether the schools have all the Ebola  preventive measures or not .

The President who however, lamented the high rate of mushroom schools abound the state, urged the government to apply sanctions against the quacks.

Dr. Jiboku who spoke in the presence of the representative of the state governor, Chief of Staff to the governor,  Prof, Ganiyu Olatunde, the state commissioner for Education,  Science and Technology,  Segun Odubela, the former World Judge, Bola Ajibola among others said  many unapproved private schools operate under trees.

While speaking on the theme; The role of Education  in tackling  health and security  hazards in  society, Dr. Jiboku said the government was able to curb the Spread of Ebola because of the adequate information it gave out.

He however, solicited  for cohesion within the association to sustain the recognition and privilege it enjoyed with the government.

The government, in its remark, promised to continue making the state more conducive  for the private sectors to operate.

Prof Ganiyu Olatunde said the government  was appreciative of the contributions of the private proprietors in the state  and would neither  discourage  nor make business difficult for them.

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