In the concluding remarks of the public engagement for the Commission of Inquiry into the Mahdia dormitory fire, Keoma Griffith, the attorney representing the Commission, emphasized the Ministry of Education’s proactive approach. The Ministry had taken the initiative to commission a UNICEF report assessing the conditions of dormitories throughout the country. Regrettably, the Mahdia dormitory did not rank among the top five schools identified in the report as requiring immediate attention. Let’s turn to Renata Burnette’s report.
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