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School Reopening: Fumigation Exercise Has Began in Public Schools (See Pictures)

Here is an update for Nigerian college students as Federal Government has began the fumigation of public schools in Lagos. 

Since the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic, the Federal Government has closed down colleges all over Nigeria in order to curtail the spread of the virus. 

Schools have been closed down for more than three months now and this has been a deep concerned to the typical public as a whole. Everyone have been clamouring for the reopening of colleges as restrictions have been lifted on other sectors like airport, worship centers, inter state journey and so on. 

It was recalled that the President Mohammed Buhari printed in his last addressed to the nation that schools will be open for the final year students on August 4th inorder to allow them sit for their final exams. But the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu announced these days that schools will not be opening anymore for the final year students. This news broke the heart of a lot of students who had anticipated August 4th as their resumption date. 

But now, in accordance to source, the Federal Government has began the fumigation of public schools in Nigeria to get prepared for the resumption of school. As at now, no date has been fixed via the Federal Government but with this current developments, I trust that very soon the Federal Government will introduced the new resumption date for Nigerian students. 

See pictures below:

So, I urge all final year college students to get prepared as they would possibly be sitting for their final exams anytime soon. 

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