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BREAKING NEWS: School Resumption All University, Secondary And Polytechnic Students Should Take Note About This Latest Update



BREAKING NEWS: School Resumption All University, Secondary And Polytechnic Students Should Take Note About This Latest Update

On March 2020, Schools were closed nationwide and students ordered to return home by the Federal Government due to the rising cases of Covid-19.


6 months down the line, Nigerian students have been clamoring for reopening of schools especially those in graduating classes in tertiary institutions.

Main argument for reopening of school has been based on the fact that most sectors in Nigeria have since been reopened and schools shouldn't be left out.

This line of argument has led to some state governments announcing dates for schools to reopen in their respective states.

Finally, the announcement Nigerian students have been waiting for has come as federal government has okayed the safe reopening of schools nationwide.

Therefore, all secondary, polytechnic and university students should take note of the following information:

1. Federal government has okayed reopening of schools nationwide.

2. No uniformed date has been announced as the resumption date of schools by federal government.

3. Students are to refer to their states for further information on official date for resumption of states in their various states.

4. Federal institutions students are to wait for further information from FG as regards to reopening of federal schools across Nigeria.

5. Part of the guideline for reopening of schools is adherence of Covid-19 safety measures and provision of safety kits. Therefore, students are to note they should resume with face mask, hand sanitizers and maintain social distancing as much as possible.

6. Tertiary institution aspirants should refer to their institutions of choice for further information concerning Post UTME and sale of form.

7. All daycares and educational institutions are to remain closed to in-classes until this level of risk is assessed.

In conclusion, students are to note that Covid-19 is still real and Nigeria is not yet out of the wood, thus we should adhere to the laid down safety measures and always protect ourselves at all times.



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