Any school operating illegally will face full wrath of law — Osun executive
Osun nation government on Wednesday stated it might no longer hesitate to prosecute personal schools owners intending to take benefit of the partial reopening of faculties to commence ordinary training sports.
A declaration issued via the state’s Commissioner for facts and Civic Orientation, Funke Egbemode disclosed that the kingdom government was privy to the flow by means of some non-public schools proprietors conceal under the opening of faculties for the behavior of West African Senior Secondary certificate examination (WASSCE) to begin normal college programme.
She brought that such motion would amount to an infraction of the Federal and kingdom Governments pointers on the prevention of the spread of coronavirus pandemic, pronouncing anyone caught worried in the act would face the full wrath of the law.
The announcement reads, “Osun kingdom authorities has it on exact authority that some non-public faculties are planning to reopen under the quilt of the partial reopening of schools to students in exit lessons for the cause of writing the West African Senior Secondary certificate exam (WASSCE).
“Doing this will be unlawful, an infraction and a flagrant disregard for the guidelines of each the kingdom and Federal government.
“The Federal government has authorized neither the reopening of all faculties nor the resumption of all students. The partial reopening applies simplest to colleges which have registered for WASSCE, and college students in SS3 lessons who may be sitting for the checks beginning from August 17. By implication, only 188 faculties and thirteen,177 college students that have been duly registered for WASSCE in the country are licensed through the kingdom and Federal government’s pointers.
“Any private college no longer registered for WASSCE discovered running under the quilt of the partial reopening, will face the entire force of the law