First it was Sylvester Oromoni, now it’s Hanifa Abubakar — Bukola Saraki warns that Schools are no Longer Safe

Bukola Saraki, a former Nigerian Senate President has reacted to the recent deaths that rocked several private schools in Nigeria, he spoke while commemorating of the International Day of Education urged Nigerians to do better in protecting children in schools.


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He stressed that the death of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni, is yet unsettled, and now a 5-year-old Hanifa Abubakar who was kidnapped and poisoned with a ₦100 rat poison by her school proprietor, Abdulmalik Tanko.

 
 

He stressed that these are signs which shows that even the schools our kids attend are no longer safe. Saraki while speaking in commemoration of the International Day of Education urged Nigerians to do better in protecting children in schools. He said;

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“As a father, over the past few months, I have struggled to contain my grief and anger regarding the frequency of reports of assaults, abductions, and even murder of young Nigerian school children.

 
 
 

“It is clear that our schools are no longer as secure.“As we commemorate #InternationalDayOfEducation, all of us in Nigeria must find it in ourselves to say a prayer for the families of Hanifa, Sylvester, Keren and all others.

 
 
 

“Today should be dedicated to them and should serve as a painful reminder that we must all do better.”

 
 
 

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