Death Of Sylvester A Slap On Education System – Sanwo-Olu
Dr. Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu, the Lagos State First Lady, on Monday sympathised with the parents of the 12-year-old student of Dowen College, Lekki in Lagos, Sylvester Oromoni who died last week, saying his death is a slap on the education sector. Information Guide Nigeria
Speaking during an advocacy visit to some schools in furtherance of the ongoing 16 Days of activism against Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, the First Lady described the incident as unfortunate, saying never again should it happen in the state. PM NEWS reports.
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“I am aware that the Lagos State Government is at the moment investigating the incident and honestly it is something we are not very happy about. It’s a big slap on the face of the education sector, the community, and Lagos State as a whole”. jamb results
“It is a case that is being investigated and for the parents and everybody involved, honestly, we commiserate with them and send our condolences.
“As I said, the case is being investigated and I will not be able to say much on it at the moment”.
According to Mrs Sanwo-Olu, her visit to schools was aimed at catching the students young and creating awareness on the need to work against all forms of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence.
“As we all know, the world is commemorating the 16 days of activism against SGBV. It commences on November 25 and it will end on December 10 which is Human Rights Day. The program is being championed globally by United Nations and our theme this year is “Orange The World: End Violence Against Women Now.”
“The advocacy is also being championed by the Nigeria Governors’ Wives Forum, NGOs and so many other private individuals and organizations to ensure that there is zero tolerance to gender-based violence all over Nigeria and Lagos in particular”.
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