No Act Of Indiscipline Will Be Condoned In Schools - Ogun Govt Warns Learners - EDU-BIZNEWS


Saturday, July 22, 2023

No Act Of Indiscipline Will Be Condoned In Schools - Ogun Govt Warns Learners



Ogun State Government has warned that no acts of indiscipline of any form would be condoned from the learners in either primary or secondary schools across the State.
Special Adviser to Governor Dapo Abiodun on Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Abayomi Arigbabu gave the warning in Abeokuta, while receiving the new Executive of the Mathematical Association of Nigeria (MAN) in his office at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta

He added that the Judiciary and the Police Force had been contacted to support the Ministry in War Against Indiscipline and Truancy in schools.
Arigbabu cited an instance of some learners of Isanbi Comprehensive High School, Ilisan, who were apprehended for beating a teacher, commending the Mathematical Association for joining hands with the government in moulding the lives of the learners.
 He noted that part of the efforts put in place was the signing of Undertaking Forms by learners, parents and school heads to make learners and parents be liable for any misconduct of the learners or parents alike, saying the aim was to have a safe learning environment free from the pandemonium of any sort.
The Special Adviser said the welfare and well-being of citizens, especially teachers and learners were paramount to the present administration in the State, adding that the government has been working tirelessly to ensure peaceful living for teachers and learners within and outside the school premises.

"I'm using this opportunity to advise parents to talk to their children, they should warn them, because we won't tolerate any indiscipline from any child. Any student that misbehaves in school will be dealt with appropriately", Arigbabu reinstated 
Speaking, a former and current Chairman of the Association, Mrs. Adeola Igbokoyi and Dr. Temitope Ajani respectively, promised to be proactive in the discharge of their duties as subject teachers, adding that the Association would make the State proud in their forthcoming conference at Edo State.


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