The International School of the University of Ibadan has been shut down indefinitely, following controversy over wearing of Hijab by Muslim students.
The school was shut down early on Monday as the hijab crisis lingers.
A statement posted on the main gate of the school said that the school had been shut down until further notice.
The statement, signed by the management of the school, advised parents and guardians to take note of the closure.
“Notice: The International School, University of Ibadan has been closed down until further notice. Please, take note,” the statement read.
The Principal of the school, Mrs Phebean Olowe, was not available for comments when a NAN correspondents visited her office.