Lagos - The Lagos State Government has advised principals and head teachers in its primary and secondary schools to be safety and security conscious, Naij reports.
Josephine Williams, the state Head of Service, gave the advice in Lagos at an interactive session with the schools managers held at the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) pavilion in Alausa on Monday.
The advice is coming against the backdrop of the claims by the Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, that the terrorist sect was responsible for the two explosions that occurred at a fuel depot in Apapa, Lagos.
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