In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 16th, July, 2020

College College students Plan Protest Towards FG If Faculty Resumption Date Is Not Introduced In 2 Weeks

University Students Plan Protest Against FG If School Resumption Date Is Not Announced In 2 Weeks

Students are planning to protest against the government

College students are planning to protest in opposition to the federal government


College college students in Nigeria have given the federal authorities two weeks to announce a date for varsity resumption in all establishments of studying, failure would end in severe protest.


Recall that Nigerian college students have been at residence since March after colleges have been shutdown owing to the outbreak of Covid-19.


Based on LIB, the scholars underneath the umbrella of the Nationwide Affiliation of Polytechnic College students (NAPS), Nationwide Affiliation of College College students (NAUS) and Nationwide Affiliation of Faculties of Schooling College students (NANCES), at a digital assembly, decried Federal Authorities’s strategy in the direction of resumption of studying establishments within the nation.


They condemned the FG’s choice to cancel the 2020 West African Senior Faculty Certificates Examination (WASCCE).


Based on the scholars, WASSCE might be written whereas observing social distancing and different security protocols.


“It’s hardly possible that coronavirus could also be eradicated in a fortnight and after months of observing a number of security measures, there are little or no good points within the outcomes to date recorded.

‘Large funds have been used to include the unfold of the virus, however we nonetheless have poorly geared up medical centres throughout the nation” they stated


The scholars additionally urged the Federal authorities to cease salaries of college lecturers and different officers for advocating the continued closure of colleges with out proffering options to the Covid-19 pandemic.


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