Officials of the Ogun State Health Ministry doubt the mental well-being of the principal.
Olufunke Aladeojebi, the principal of a secondary school, who mandated female students of her school to undergo a virginity test, may undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
PREMIUM TIMES gathered that the Ogun State Ministry of Health has concluded arrangements to set up a panel to investigate the matter.
The panel, under the supervision of the state’s Medical Board is to question the principal, whom PREMIUM TIMES gathered, may be required to undergo a psychiatrist test.
Officials of the Health Ministry said they believe Ms. Aladeojebi may require a psychiatric test to determine her state of mind. That will, however, now be determined by the panel.
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