We urge those charged with the responsibility of guarding and protecting the children in the schools not to abdicate their duties or get compromised.
This consideration is well-thought.
Discipline in schools must be taken seriously.
Folasade Adefisayo, the government reopened the Chrisland Schools to ensure that other students are not denied access to learning while investigation into the matter continues.
We condemn the sexual acts by the pupils of Chrisland Schools as well as public schools and the apparent laxity on the part of the supervisory authorities.
The recent sex scandal involving a female pupil and some male pupils of Chrisland Schools points to the general indiscipline in most Nigerian schools, poor parenting and growing moral decadence in the society.
In December last year, a five-year-old child, Hanifa Abubakar, was killed by the proprietor of her school, Abdulmalik Tanko, in Nasarawa Local Government Area of Kano State, despite collecting N100, 000 as part of the N6 million ransom.