Sharp Sharp: Gain DIRECT ENTRY Admission into any Nigerian University to STUDY ANY COURSE of your choice. NO JAMB | LOW FEES. Registration is in Progress. Interested? WhatsApp / Call: 0905 990 8384 or CLICK HERE

STRESS-FREE EDUCATION: Pay Your School Fees With PressPayNg Loan. APPLY NOW!

NO JAMB & Post-Utme Needed: Gain Admission into One Of Nigeria's Best Universities Using Only WAEC or NECO. Not Affected by ASSU Strike. Learn More Now!

STUDY ABROAD: Further your studies abroad through Scholarships. Visit ScholarshipPark.com Now to find your desired international SCHOLARSHIPS and OPPURTUNITIES.

Get Armed Guards Over Government’s Failure To Prevent Kidnappings — NAPPS tells members


NAPPS in a release enjoined all schools to “invest in community armed security personnel” as well as on perimeter fencing to safeguard the pupils under them.

The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) has urged its member-schools nationwide to engage armed security as schools have now become targets of kidnappers and with the government failing to guarantee security.

NAPPS in a release enjoined all schools to “invest in community armed security personnel” as well as on perimeter fencing to safeguard the pupils under them.

DON'T MISS OUT: Stay Updated with Schools' Latest Updates on WhatsApp. Click Here and Follow our WhatsApp Channel now!

get schools' latest updates on whatsapp -allschool.ng

The NAPPS National President, Chief Yomi Otubela, in a June 12 statement to the schools, obtained by SaharaReporters, noted that the Democracy Day celebration is coming at a time when Nigerian schools are preys in the hands of criminals.

Otubela said, “Unfortunately, this year’s democracy day celebration is coming at a time when the spate of insecurity in the country is at its alarming rate. More worrisome is the fact that schools are not spared as kidnappings, killings have virtually become the order of the day.

“Given this sad development, I would like to encourage members to invest in the following as their contribution to the war against insecurity; one, schools should invest in perimeter fencing; two, collaborate with the community to invest in community armed security personnel.

“Schools with hostel facilities should invest in armed security. They should improve welfare package for security personnel within the school network. They should also run another background checks on security personnel and embark on retraining and refresher courses.

“They should increase schools budgetary allocation to security.”

The NAPPS noted that the association, on its part, would ensure that it provides “welfare packages to members” to cushion the effects of the hard times.

“There will be continuous advocacy on unfriendly government policies; free and affordable capacity building programmes for Members’ school personnel; opportunity to members for social networking through programmes, social media platforms.

“We would like to call on both Federal Government and state governments to provide sufficient facilities for growth and peace within the country. It is only a peaceful environment that can attract both foreign and internal investments that will drive the economy for growth and development,” he noted

Source: Sahara Reporters

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
Scroll to Top
Share via
Copy link