The International Aviation College, llorin, Kwara, says the college maintains zero outbreaks amongst staff and students since the outbreak of Coronavirus in Nigeria 12 months ago.
Alhaji Ahmed Gobir, the Chairman of the Hovering Board of the college, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in llorin on Monday.
According to Gobir, the college is complying with all safety protocol as directed by both the Federal and State Governments since the outbreak of the pandemic
The board chairman said the college expended N1.5 million on the acquisition of face masks, sanitiser and other medical equipment in the last seven months to endure zero record of the outbreak of the virus.
“The only negative impact on the college was that the college was closed down from academic activities for about six months which delayed graduation date for the students,” he said.
“The college is still observing the COVID-19 safety protocol and the college was rated as the most compliant institution, and we have not recorded a single case of outbreak of COVID-19 in our campus,” Gobir added.
NAN recalls that the state currently has 211 active cases of COVID-19 with 55 recorded deaths. (NAN)