When Will Schools Resume In Nigeria?
When Will Schools Resume In Nigeria?
When Will Schools Resume In Nigeria? ,that is a big question in the mouth of every students in Nigeria, When Will Schools Resume In Nigeria? The federal government announce the 4th of August as resumption date for only the exiting secondary School students
When Will Tertiary Institutions Resume In Nigeria?
When Will Schools Resume In Nigeria? (July 29 News)
Breaking: Oyo State Govt Adjusts School Calendar
In other to meet with the agreement reached by the federal government and the West African Examination Council (WAEC) on the commencement of the 2020 West African School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), Oyo State government has announced a slight adjustment to the schedule of school reopening earlier released by the State.
Here are the latest updates.
8. July 28, 2020: Private Universities Cannot Reopen Now – FG
7. July 28, 2020: Don’t Reopen varsities and other schools now, Chancellor tells FG
6. July 28: NMA kicks as Govts. Orders exit class pupils to resume Aug 4
5. July, 27, 2029: BREAKING: FG Orders Secondary Schools To Reopen Fixes New Date For WAEC
4. July 26, 2020: Private Universities Should Be Consider For Resumption – Afe Babalola
3. June 30,2020: No Plan To Reopen Tertiary Institutions soon – PTF
The students of Tertiary institutions in Nigeria are waiting to hearing the Federal Government announce the resumption date to continue their
Hope of tertiary institution students returning to school soon was dashed on Tuesday, when the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 confirmed that there was no plan on ground yet for the reopening of tertiary institutions.
National Coordinator of PTF, Dr. Sani Aliyu, who disclosed the information in Ray Power radio interview, said the PTF is, at the moment, concerned with the measures that would flatten the curve and contain the community transmission of dreaded coronavirus in Nigeria.
He said: “Currently, there’s no plan to reopen tertiary institutions. Our plan at the moment is to ensure that we contain the spread of this disease and ensure that we are in the state where normal socioeconomic activities would be restored.
“We know that schools, together with restaurants, bars and other entrainment activities could encourage community transmission of the dreaded coronavirus, hence the reason why we were not in hurry to reopen them.
2. June 16, 2020: FG lists conditions for reopening schools, varsities
FG lists conditions for reopening schools, varsities
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS GIVEN CONDITIONS FOR THE REOPENING OF SCHOOLS AND TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIA.
The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, announced the conditions in Abuja on Tuesday.
He spoke at the 2020 Policy Meeting on Admissions to Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board.
Nwajiuba said, “All Institutions must have
1. Hand-washing facilities,
2.Body temperature checks
3. Body disinfectants at all entering points to their major facilities including the gates, hostels, classes, offices, etc.
4. The whole premises of each institution must be decontaminated and
.All efforts must be geared toward maintenance of the highest level of hygiene
. Ensure Social and Physical Distancing in class sizes and meeting spaces.”
The minister, however, warned them against reopening schools without the Federal Government’s authorisation.
1. May 11, 2020: FG Warns Vice Chancelors Against The Reopening Of Varsities
The Federal Ministry of Education has ordered vice chancellors to maintain the closure of federal, state and private universities so as to keep students and university communities safe from coronavirus.
The National Universities Commission (NUC) gave the directive through a circular by the Director, Directorate of the Executive Secretary’s Office, Chris Maiyaki.
The circular read, “Vice chancellors will please recall that following the ministerial directive of March 19, 2020, the NUC issued two circulars on Friday, March 20, to convey approval for the closure of institutions for a period of one month effective from Monday, March 23.
“The Federal Ministry of Education has subsequently directed on Friday, March 8, that all schools remain closed as the Federal Government is closely monitoring developments on the containment of the COVID-19. Vice-Chancellors are to ignore the fake news being circulated in the social media as the situation is under constant review and any decision will be conveyed through the appropriate channels.
The NUC had, on March 19, ordered the closure of tertiary institutions for one month as part of the measures to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Four days after the closure, the Academic Staff Union of Universities declared a “total and indefinite strike” over the failure of the Federal Government to keep to the 2019 Memorandum of Action and over the lingering crisis on the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System.
The union had begun a two-week warning strike on March 9, after which the lecturers embarked on a full strike.
The Federal Government recently also debunk the fake news spreading around on the reopening of school.