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NAF chief warns college heads in opposition to negligence, others after scholar’s dying

The Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshal Hasan Abubakar, has warned that any act of negligence on the a part of commandants, employees or instructors answerable for the Nigerian Air Force faculties nationwide that results in harm or menace to the lifetime of any scholar wouldn’t be tolerated.

This was contained in an announcement on Thursday by the Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Vice Marshal, Edward Gabkwet.

This comes lower than every week after a scholar of the Air Force Comprehensive School, Kaduna, Blaise Aliyu, was reportedly punished to dying by two of his senior colleagues.

Two SS3 college students had been stated to have summoned Aliyu to their room and made him serve a punishment which resulted in his dying.

Abubakar whereas interacting with the Commandant and a few employees of Air Force Comprehensive School, Iyana-Offa in Ibadan, Oyo State, saidsaid that his utmost concern stays the protection, well-being and tutorial excellence of all college students of Air Force complete and secondary faculties nationwide.

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He added that any try and infringe on such priorities wouldn’t be tolerated.

He stated, “It is your responsibility to follow laid down guidelines as well as other means in identifying red flags that may indicate gaps or lapses within your school environments to forestall avoidable incidents or tragedies. I will not condone any act that would lead to injuries or the death of any of our students.”

The CAS additionally pressured that the NAF stays devoted and dedicated to offering a conducive studying setting, guaranteeing the general growth of scholars, and empowering them to succeed in their full potential.

“He then called on commandants and staff of NAF schools to always ensure they put the interest of the students first before any other interest. Air Marshal Abubakar went on to note that NAF’s investment in education is a vital aspect of its welfare package, aimed at supporting the families of personnel as well as those of civilians, while also contributing to the nation’s human capital development,” the assertion added.

The PUNCH studies that the NAF presently runs 13 secondary faculties nationwide, consisting of 9 boarding and 4 day faculties with a complete energy of 11,177 college students in addition to 21 main faculties unfold throughout the nation with a complete energy of 13, 758 pupils.

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