Latest Update: Students Give FG Two Weeks To Announce Schools resumption date
Nigerian students are now taking a step to move the government of President Muhammad Buhari to reopen schools which have gone into lock down since March when the covid-19 disease entered the country.
The students were spur to respond to what their describe as poor handling of schools reopening. The federal government has been playing down on reopening of schools. There is no longer tension relating with covid-19, people are now going about their daily business, some people no longer believe that Corona virus still exist in Nigeria.
Students will be forced to protest the not reopening of schools amid covid-19 position declared by the federal government. They have given the federal government two weeks ultimatum to announce date for reopening of schools or face protest.
Students are set to protest the prolonging of schools resumption saying that they will not long condone the way the government is dealing with learning in the country.
These groups also were not comfortable with the news that federal government wants to disengage Nigerian from participating in West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination for the year 2020. Therefore they ask the Minister of Education Mallam Adamu Adamu readdress the matter.
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