Lagos Government Reopens Chrisland School Amid Sex-Tape Drama
The Lagos State government had ordered the closure of all Chrisland schools last week
The Lagos State Government has ordered the restoration of all Chrisland Schools, which had been closed due to controversy surrounding an immoral behavior committed by some of the school’s students.
According to a Punch report, the Lagos State Commissioner of Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, stated this in a press statement.
On April 18, 2022, the Lagos State government ordered the closure of all Chrisland Schools.
When the unethical behavior occurred, some students from an exclusive private school in Victoria Garden City were on their way to Dubai to compete in the World School Games between March 10 and 13, 2022.
Following the drama, school officials placed a female student on indefinite suspension, claiming she was “the main actor” in an “immoral act.”
The government stated that the Parent Teachers Association at the school would be working on providing scheduled psychosocial help to the pupils who committed the immoral act.
“The Lagos State Ministry of Education has directed that all Chrisland Schools that were closed due to suspected wrongdoing by some pupils in Dubai be reopened on Monday, April 25th, 2022,” according to the announcement.
“The instruction comes after an assessment of the incident’s ongoing administrative investigation. Furthermore, it will ensure that students have access to learning when the new term begins on Monday, April 25th, 2022.
“The schools were closed by the state government for the safety of students and staff, as well as to allow for a thorough investigation of the occurrence.”
“The Ministry of Education and other state organizations, in collaboration with the school’s Parent Teachers Association, will concentrate on providing kids with scheduled psychosocial support.”
“A thorough review of the school’s procedures is underway, with a focus on external trips and excursions, to uncover safety loopholes and prevent such tragedies.”
“In addition, during the next month, the ministry will release the revised guidelines/protocols governing private and public schools across the state.”