In News by stephen abiodun on the 09th, June, 2020

FG Considers Reopening Colleges –

FG Considers Reopening Schools -

The Federal Authorities has mentioned that colleges might reopen within the nation after the ban on interstate motion has been lifted.

The federal government mentioned that it was been cautious to not lead Nigerians into hazard as Nigeria continues to report elevated circumstances.

It identified that some international locations that opened colleges hurriedly shut them when their circumstances spiked.

Minister of State for Training, Emeka Nwajiuba acknowledged this throughout the briefing by the Presidential Activity Drive on COVID-19 in Abuja on Monday.

He acknowledged that the federal government had not printed any date for varsity reopening as being speculated on the social media.

The federal authorities had in March shut all colleges within the nation as a part of measures to comprise the unfold of the coronavirus pandemic.

The minister mentioned: “We wish to open when it’s protected to take action. We now have heard about neighbouring international locations that opened and shut. We now have heard about circumstances spiking with youngsters stepping into faculty. Of all of the issues I’ll love to do, I cannot prefer to experiment together with your youngsters.

“We would like a scenario the place as soon as we’re positive it’s protected, we are able to then take them into faculty.

“I’ve simply completed a gathering with the representatives of WAEC and NABTEB and I perceive how that worries our mother and father in the intervening time and the way anxious our youngsters are to know what subsequent.

“As quickly as these answerable for the blockade carry it as a result of there isn’t any manner we are able to open our colleges if lecturers can’t come.

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“So, we’re taking a look at someplace after the interstate lockdown is lifted. As a result of we’ll want that type of openness for the youngsters to maneuver.”

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