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Osun Police Warns Private School Owners On Resumption

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The Osun State Police Command has issued a stern warning to owners of private schools in Osun State on planned resumption of all students in their schools.

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The warning came as a result of information at the disposal of the police.

In a Press Release made available to SOJ WORLDWIDE ONLINE NEWS signed by the state’s Police Public Relations Officer, SP Yemisi Opalola, the police said, 

“some private school owners are planning to reopen school for all students under the cover of the partial reopening to exit classes for the purpose of writing examinations.”

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PRESS RELEASE

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 33/2020

OSUN STATE POLICE WARNS PRIVATE SCHOOL OWNERS
ON THE PLANNED RESUMPTION OF ALL STUDENTS

“The Osun State Police Command has been reliably informed that, some private school owners are planning to reopen school for all students under the cover of the partial reopening to exit classes for the purpose of writing examinations.”

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“The partial reopening applies only to schools that have registered for WASSCE and to students in exit classes; students in SS3 and JSS3 classes who will be sitting for the exams beginning from August 17, 2020.”

“The Federal Government has not approved the reopening/ resumption of schools of all students.”

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“Therefore, any private school found operating under the cover of the partial reopening of the exit classes will face the full wrath of law.”

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