From Uche Nnorom
For enthroning the hand washing culture as well as personal and environmental hygiene throughout the school following the recent Ebola Virus menace in Nigeria, the management of Komplit Comprehensive College, Olachagbaha Otukpa has been lauded by health stakeholders in the state.
Aside from distributing a unique Bulletin on the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) to both students and staff alike, the school located along the Enugu-Otukpo highway in Ogbadibo LGA of Benue State, has also made hand washing and other disease-preventing methods compulsory for the students and staff alike.
Among those who lauded this gesture was Dr. James Onaji, a Medical doctor who is also an official of the College’s Parents Teachers Association (PTA). He enjoined the school proprietor, Mr. Mathias Okpe, to “keep up the good work” and redouble his efforts.
On his part, Pastor Faith Ameh of Living Hope Church said “from what I have heard and seen with my own eyes, Komplit College is worthy of emulation in terms of the anti-Ebola measures the management has put in place, it’s remarkable”.