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PTA National President calls for deployment of security personnel to schools

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 The National President of Parent Teacher Association PTA Alhaji Haruna Danjuma has called on states and federal governments to provide adequate security to schools to protect teachers and students from kidnappers Danjuma made the call in an interview with journalists in Kaduna on Sunday He said that the increasing security challenges in the country makes it imperative to make provision of adequate security personnel in schools a priority The PTA President noted that schools in rural areas should be given priority as most attacks by bandits were perpetrated on rural communities Danjuma also said that schools must adhere to COVID 19 protocols as students resume to avoid a second wave of coronavirus attack He appealed to traditional and religious leaders Non govermental organizations and other stakeholders to monitor schools and initiative ways to protect students and teachers in their communities Danjuma said that the PTA would collaborate with thepolice civil defence corps vigilantes and other security services to ensure security of schools nationwide We must support the education of our children and we must join hands toward making them have enabling environment for their studies he said Danjuna noted that the six months closure of schools due to coronavirus pandemic has caused serious setback to the educational sector especially young children in rural areas He therefore said teachers must commit themselves in leveraging the situation through incisive teaching and revision to make up for the time lost due to COVID 19 Edited By Maharazu Ahmed Source NAN
PTA National President calls for deployment of security personnel to schools

National President of Parent Teacher Association

The National President of Parent Teacher Association (PTA), Alhaji Haruna Danjuma has called on states and federal governments to provide adequate security to schools, to protect teachers and students from kidnappers.

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Danjuma made the call in an interview with journalists in Kaduna on Sunday.

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He said that the increasing security challenges in the country makes it imperative to make provision of adequate security personnel in schools a priority.

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The PTA President noted that schools in rural areas should be given priority as most attacks by bandits were perpetrated on rural communities.

Danjuma also said that schools must adhere to COVID-19 protocols as students resume, to avoid a second wave of coronavirus attack.

He appealed to traditional and religious leaders, Non-govermental organizations and other stakeholders to monitor schools and initiative ways to protect students and teachers in their communities.

Danjuma said that the PTA would collaborate with the

police, civil defence corps, vigilantes and other security services to ensure security of schools nationwide.

“We must support the education of our children and we must join hands toward making them have enabling environment for their studies,” he said.

Danjuna noted that the six months closure of schools due to coronavirus pandemic has caused serious setback to the educational sector, especially young children in rural areas.

He therefore said teachers must commit themselves in leveraging the situation through incisive teaching and revision, to make up for the time lost due to COVID-19.


Edited By: Maharazu Ahmed
Source: NAN

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