INSECURITY: “We can’t secure all schools – FG tell parents and Guidance

The federal government of Nigeria jas laid emphasis on the incessant attack on schools especially in some party of the country and resound the warning that government can not secure all school in the country

This was said by Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, while in an I interview with newsmen on Monday 16th

He said that federal government have warned all schools either private or public to be vigilante and report any suspicious gunmen or any security threat in the school environment to the nearest security unit

He recount on the effort of federal government to tackle the constant attack of different schools said almost all schools in the country are all fenced

“Eternal vigilance is the price for security. Every nation is always concerned about the consciousness of its people. The Federal Government cannot secure every house. Everybody needs to be vigilant. We have passed this message to all our schools so that anywhere they are, if there is any threat, they know the nearest security agency to contact.”
Almost all the schools in Nigeria, whether private or owned by the Federal Government, are mostly all fenced, except maybe some state schools.

“As you may also be aware, even if you put up a fence, these people (bandits) have been known to come through gates.

“So, perimeter fencing, by themselves, are not too effective. The security consciousness is the thing. If you hear where some of them are being held, you will know that it is a question of self-consciousness  and communities informing officials on time.”

Meanwhile, in the recent attack on UBE Rema Primary School, Magajin Gari Ward 2 in the Brinin Gwari Local Government Area of the state where teachers were kidnapped. the Kaduna state government through the Commissioner for internal security and home affairs have confirmed the incident mad said no single student was missing but only three teachers were kidnapped
The commissioner comfort the incident in a press conference held in the state capital

He said

 “The Kaduna State Government has called this briefing, following the attack by bandits at around 8:50am today Monday 15th March 2021 at Rema Primary School, Magajin Gari Ward 2, of Birnin Gwari Local Government Area, and the first update given by the Kaduna State Government which stated that reports were being received of a kidnapping at the said primary school.
“At this time, the state government has compiled and analysed all the security reports and can confirm that there was indeed an invasion of the said school. The government can confirm that three teachers, Rabiu Salisu, Umar Hassan, and Bala Adamu have been kidnapped.

“Pupils who had just arrived the school to begin the day’s activities, took to their heels in the course of the commotion, as the bandits invaded the premises on motorcycles. This led to two pupils, identified as going missing.

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