Sierra Leone Education Minister Visits Schools, Thanks Teachers For Compliance
David Moinina Sengeh, the Minister of Education of Sierra Leone, and the country’s Chief Innovation Officer, has lauded the efforts of teachers and other stakeholders after the West African country announced partial resumption of schools.
The youthful minister and his team took time out to tour some schools, particularly in the capital, Freetown, and expressed joy at the level of health compliance and commended even the pupils, where he noted that more than seventy percent of them resumed.
Taking to his Twitter handle, the minister also, who also thanked parents, acknowledged that majority of the pupils observed safety protocol by wearing face masks.
He wrote: “Schools partially reopened today (July 2) for exam classes.
“I dropped in at three schools. My team plus EOC are all over SierraLeone also monitoring.
“Thank you school leaders and teachers. Wow! For pupils- majority turned up (>75% in most schools) and many with home made masks. Thank you parents!! He said.
Recall that Sierra Leone recently unlocked the country after months of lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic.