Queens College Students Die Of Water Borne Disease

Queens College Yaba, lost two students that resulted in the school been shut down between 23rd of February to 24th of February, while the authorities commenced investigation. The Lagos State government on Thursday said that the death of two students from Queens College was as a result of waterborne diseases even as it called for…”
Moroti Olatujoye
March 16, 2017 8:19 pm

Queens College Yaba, lost two students that resulted in the school been shut down between 23rd of February to 24th of February, while the authorities commenced investigation.

The Lagos State government on Thursday said that the death of two students from Queens College was as a result of waterborne diseases even as it called for delay in school resumption till appropriate measures are put in place.

Briefing Media on the outcome of the investigation, Commissioner for Health, Dr. Jide Idris said that water samples from 16 sources in the school premises were collected and analyzed at Drug Quality Control Laboratory of Lagos State Ministry of Health at LASUTH and the Microbiology Department of LUTH, Idi-Araba. “The results from the two laboratories showed high bacteria content in the water samples from kitchen, behind dinning hall and Queens delight, the school water factory.” Details shortly…

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