Covid-19: SUBEB Frowns At Poor Compliance Level Of Some Schools

Covid-19: SUBEB Frowns At Poor Compliance Level Of Some Schools
Oyo SUBEB frowned at some schools for non-compliance of Covid-19 regulations.
News Rain reports that the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Chairman Dr Nureni Adeniran has frowned against the poor compliance level of some schools as regards the Covid-19 preventive measurements.

SUBEB Frowns At Schools Non-compliance Of Covid-19 Regulations.

Dr Nureni Adeniran during the Commission compliance tour to some public schools in Ibadan the Oyo State Capital, on Monday shows his displeased about the poor compliance of some teachers and pupils in some schools as most of them were not with a face mask.
Dr Adeniran who led a team of management members from Standard and Quality Assurance Department, while addressing journalists at the end of his tour said I’m not impressed with some teachers and pupils for flouting social distance and facemask instructions.
He said “the compliance level was not encouraging, some pupils did not comply with extant guidelines of social distancing and use of nose-masks, “we want to ensure our total commitment to safety in our schools. We can not afford to endanger the lives of our pupils and staff members”.
Dr Adeniran and the monitoring team, however,  applauded the compliance level of some teachers and pupils to resumption guidelines.
He also called on the Headteachers of public primary schools to ensure full compliance with the guidelines.
Dr Adeniran said, “while some schools are serious with the guidelines, some were lackadaisical about the issue of COVID-19 and have been called to order”.
The State-wide monitoring would be extended to other parts of the State during the week.
Schools visited were Methodist Primary School, Agbeni; Islamic Mission School, Yemetu; Ratibi Muslim School, Molete St. Bredan’s Primary School, Kumapayi, Egbeda; Abadina Primary School, UI and St. Thomas Primary School I, II & III, Agbowo.
Recall that Oyo State Government trained 2,454 Head-teachers on Safe resumption of schools in Oyo State in the penultimate week.
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