The Yobe State Government has announced the closure of Government Girls’ Technical College (GGTC), Dapchi, for a week following Boko Haram attack on the school on Monday.
The state government shut the school after visit of a special delegation to the school on Tuesday led by the Permanent Secretary, State Ministry of Education, Alhaji Modu Ma’aji Ajiri, a report monitored on the state local radio on Wednesday said.
It said the closure was to enable students re-unite with their families to douse tension of fear of possible abduction by Boko Haram during the attack.
“Ma’aji Ajiri announced the closure while addressing the students who returned from their hideout in the morning after the attack.
“The school resumes after a week of the break to put necessary security measures within and around the premises,” the government said.
Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, Yobe State, Sumonu Abdulmaliki told reporters in the state that the insurgents abducted three men in Geidam Local Government after fleeing from a secondary school at Dapchi, Bursari Local Government in the state.
“They ran out of foods and carted way foodstuffs from the school,” the CP said.