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The National Parents Teachers Association of Nigeria (NAPTAN) have voiced its concern over the recent cases of insecurity in Nigerian schools. The association made this known through its president, Alhaji Haruna Danjuma while speaking with The Guardian.

He urged the government at all levels to deploy their resources in ensuring security and security apparatus to protect life and property in the nation’s schools, adding that traditional rulers, community leaders, youths and all NAPTAN members should join hands with security operatives to ensure safety in schools.

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The National Parents Teachers Association of Nigeria, through its president, also appealed to state governors not to allow students from where schools are closed due to attacks in the states to remain at home but fixed them in other schools within the state in urban areas for them not to lose academically.

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