The management of Premiere Academy Abuja have reiterated that the school remained resolute in the provision of standard education and nurturing of quality future leaders for Nigeria.
Acting Principal of the Academy, Mr Chris Akinsowon made this solemn pledge while welcoming a group of parents/guardians who paid a solidarity visit to the school yesterday.
He said the school cannot afford to lose focus because “the standard we have achieved here is what distinguished us as one of the best private schools in the country”.
He then assured the general public that as a school established to train quality future leaders, “we will not abdicate our position and vision over the on going crisis and blackmail as a result of the unfortunate death of one of our students”.
“Because you believe in us, this show of love and solidarity is enough tonic to keep us going and we promise not to disappoint you” he said.
Mr Akinsowon emphasised that the school has zero tolerance for sexual harassment or any form of immorality, saying “we will continue to cooperate with relevant security agencies to expose all those involved in the death of 14- year old Keren Happuch”.