Lagos education district trains teachers, students on how to produce hand sanitizer

THE Lagos Education District 1, on Tuesday at the  Government Senior College, Agege organized a one-day training for teachers and students of the district on how to prevent themselves from being infected with the deadly Coronavirus which has killed over six thousand people globally.

The Permanent Secretary/ Tutor-General, Education District 1, Agege, Mrs. Margaret Solarin, while delivering her speech at the event said that the public awareness among relevant education stakeholders is aimed at curbing the spread of the deadly Coronavirus.

“Teachers and students cannot do without having direct contact with their colleagues on a daily basis, hencethe need to create awareness and sensitize the teachers and students on how to take precautionary measures from being infected.

“The district is taking one step forward to also train the teachers and students on how to make hand sanitizers that will help in the fight against the deadly virus,” she said.

She added that the sensitization programme was to educate teachers and students to be more conscious in  what they do and also take precautionary measures “because this has  become necessary due to the high rate of susceptibility of our students to the virus.”


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