Following the viral video of a mom fighting dirty after her teenage daughter was sent out of the premises of Queens College in Lagos by security guards for, making up, painting her nails and fixing eyelashes, the school alumni have reacted to the incident.
In an open letter, Queen’s college alumni frowned against the act as it tends to tarnish the public image of the prestigious school negatively. Read the letter below:
Re: Viral Social Media Video at QC school gate on Nov 19, 2019
Many of us may have seen and or discussed the viral social media video regarding the unfortunate incident that occurred at the Queen’s College school gate on November 19th, 2019
QCOGA EXCO has sought feedback and obtaining very valuable inputs from QCOGA through the Chapter and Class Set Chairpersons, as well as former EXCO members. We appreciate all the feedback received.
Several views have been expressed on the actions in the video and the manner of handling. We are currently engaging the school authorities and will revert once we have a clear action plan agreed on.
In the meantime, in whatever forum this video is discussed, please communicate the fact that that the QCOGA EXCO is taking on this matter and that the video should no longer be shared to stem what is obviously negative publicity for QC.
If you have specific ideas on managing this situation better in the future or examples of codes and protocols that the school may adopt in mentoring and coaching programs, kindly pass these on by email to email@example.com
Thank you for your interest in and support of QC and QCOGA.