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July 2, 2022

Perou Raised Concerns On School Incidents

Parents in the National Capital District have been urged to take stock of their children schooling in the city.

Acting NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, raised this concern following an alleged cult incident involving students from schools in NCD.


Teachers in schools in the city have also been put on notice to take a more active role to monitor students’ behavior.


The rape and murder of the Grade 9 female student from Gerehu Secondary School, last month, has raised alarm bells for more protection of students.  Acting Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, cautioned students to be aware of perpetrators. He also called on parents and teachers to be proactive in discipline.


Board of Governors and student leaders of Gerehu Secondary School, today condemned the rape and murder of the female student. Board Chairman of the School, William Poiya, applauded NCD Police for their quick response in apprehending the suspects. The school has vowed to see that justice is served.


School Principal, Martin Kenehe wants the government to do more to engage unemployed youth to keep them away from causing atrocities such as rape and murder. It was indeed a great loss to the family of the late Diana Stewart and the country, he said.


Acting Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’dranou says, police have already embarked on an awareness drive in schools to educate students to be safety-conscious.


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