PTA to probe Queen’s College parent-guard

The Chairman of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Queen’s College, Abass Ahmed, has condemned the action of a parent to one of the pupils, who allegedly assaulted security guards for not allowing her daughter into the school.

Ahmed, while condemning the action of the pupil’s mother, noted that there were laid down rules and regulations guiding pupils, adding that the association would probe the alleged assault on both parties.

Punch news gathered that the pupil, who was dropped off in the school by her mother, was denied entry by the security guards for fixing artificial eyelashes and painting her nails.

In a video that went viral on Tuesday, the yet-to-be-identified mother was seen holding on to the shirt of one of a security guard of the school, alleging that she was assaulted by the officer.

However, various reactions have trailed the video since it went viral.

However, some Nigerians did not see anything wrong with the action of the mother.

Ahmed, however, told our correspondent that the association would investigate the matter to forestall a reoccurrence.

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