By Jimitota Onoyume
PORT HARCOURT— Rivers State Government is to close the Rivers State School of Public Health Nursing for rehabilitation work, Governor Nyesom Wike has said.
The governor, who spoke yesterday, during an inspection of the institution in Port Harcourt, noted that the management of the school ignored basic sanitary standards.
Wike said that his administration was determined to rebuild the school to produce quality graduates in its area of focus.
He said: “What I saw at the Rivers State School of Public Health Nursing is quite disappointing. The environment of the school is unkempt and the buildings are in bad condition.
“We will revive and rehabilitate the school and bring the it to the standard needed to train nurses.”