Federal Government Gives Updates on Reopening of Schools in Two Weeks
Updates on reopening of Schools in two weeks have surfaced. A couple of days ago, the news of school to be reopened in two weeks was making rounds everywhere but there was no solid confirmation directly from the federal government to corroborate the veracity of the information.
However, the Nigerian Federal Government has unveiled its plans to reopen schools nationwide in no distant time but evinced its doubts over the likelihood of doing that in two weeks.
During the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 news conference which took place in the Federal Capital, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba; the minister of State for Education cleared the air over the reopening of school in two weeks.
He divulged that the safety of the school children is of utmost importance and schools can only be reopened when this safety is guaranteed.
With the goal of not encouraging the further spread of the coronavirus and as well not endangering the lives of the school children, he noted that necessary measures are set to be put in place as there’s a collaboration with government agencies and other relevant stakeholders.
Speaking of if truly schools will be reopened in two weeks, he communicated that he can’t make any absolute confirmation regarding that but the government is seriously interested in reopening.
However, the indications that school may resume soon seems strong and somewhat valid as some prestigious lecturers in some of the reputable universities in Nigeria have hinted that schools will be reopened on the 8th of June.
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