Registrar vows to block students who fail to comply with Covid-19 protocols

Registrar of Peki College of Education, Mrs Nancy Dogbe, has cautioned that students of the college who fail to comply with the covid protocols would not be allowed to enter any of the classrooms.

According to her, these were not normal times, adding that students of the college must play their part to ensure that the virus is brought under control.

Mrs Dogbe gave the warning when Zoomlion Ghana Limited disinfected the school on Tuesday, ahead of the reopening of schools following the directive by President Nana Akufo-Addo.Registrar vows to block students who fail to comply with Covid-19 protocols 2

According to her, the college would make sure the students strictly observe the safety measures.

She thanked the government for its support to the colleges of education in the wake of the Covid-19.

“We are also grateful to Zoomlion and its partners for responding to the government’s call to have tertiary institutions disinfected and fumigated,” she expressed.Peki University fumigation

According to the registrar, among challenges facing the college include inadequate infrastructure.

That situation, she lamented, prevents the college from admitting more students.

Mrs Dogbe revealed that her college was expecting about 700 students to report to school on Saturday, January 9, 2021.

She made a passionate appeal to the government to come to the aid of Peki College of Education.

The Volta Regional Manager of Zoomlion, Mr Solomon Denyo, said the exercise was to make the schools’ environment safe for the students.

He also added that his team would disinfect about 2,506 basic schools and 130 senior high schools in the Volta Region.Peki University fumigation


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