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Breaking News: The Federal Government Has Announced This Date For Schools In Nigeria To Resume

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It’s breaking news as the Federal Government of Nigeria has now released this date for all schools in Nigeria to go on with re-opening. Along with Schools re-opening in Nigeria, this information comes after reaching a consensus with Governors, Commissioners, stakeholders, Proprietors of schools, labor/staff unions, and students’ representatives.

Recall back recently when the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu announced that the Government would review the date of school resumption and would get back to the public as cases of COVID-19. That information got a lot of Nigerian parents and school owners talking. They were not happy about the fact that they do not want their children to stay at home, but they want the Students to be in the learning center.

With that, Adamu Adamu has come out today again to announce that all schools in Nigeria can now go ahead with resumption on the 18th of January, 2021.

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Adamu Adamu revealed this after he met with Commissioners of Education in Abuja.

Also, Echono then stated that the re-opening of schools must be in full compliance with COVID-19 protocols especially strict adherence to non-pharmaceutical procedures.

In conclusion, this information is a nice one for owners of schools, and parents of students. With the information that the schools in Nigeria can now go ahead for resumption on the 18th of January, 2021, the Federal Government still wants strict COVID-19 protocols to be observed. What are your thoughts on this? Please drop your comments below.

 

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