The staff school at Lagos State University of Science and Technology International Secondary School (LISS), Ikorodu, has been ordered to reopen by the school’s administration after it was closed due to a student’s passing.
On November 11, 2022, the staff school was shut down due to the passing of student Abdulrahaman Dauda.
A staff member is said to have chased Dauda into a moving car, where he eventually perished.
LISS would reopen for academic activities on Monday, November 28, according to a university management letter dated November 24.
It reads: “The general public is hereby informed that the above-named school, which was shut down on Friday, 11th November, 2022 will reopen for academic activities effective, Monday, 28th November 2022.”
Meanwhile, investigations revealed that three LISS staff are still in detention in connection with the death of the student.
The LISS staff in detention on the order of a court are Janet Okitika (principal), Ibrahim Yusuff (teacher) and Quadri Olalekan (security).
The continued detention of the three staff is now generating ripples in LISS and LASUSTECH.
Some staff of LISS and LASUSTECH have kicked against the detention of the principal, teacher and the security man.