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Yoruba Forum Reveals Why Nigerian Schools Reopening Is Being Delayed

Yoruba Leadership Group has praise President Muhammadu Buhari decision to further delay resumption of schools due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Akin Malaolu the president of the forum reveals this in a statement on Wednesday, said the continued closure was to protect Nigerians students across the country.

Recall that The federal government postponed schools resumption again as the COVID-19 kept increasing, a decision that has affected the 2020 West African School Certificate Examination.

He said the action showed that the presidency prioritised humanity above education to safeguard it citizens.

Malaolu stressed that the Presidential Task Force on Coronavirus had shown sensitivity to public opinion and how to stay safe.

The forum noted that there was no way anyone could have completed the earmarked for the coming examinations in nigeria.

Many Students in Senior Secondary School and Junior Secondary School will record much failure if the country go ahead with the deley od examination dollwing thr appropriate procedure, He said.

Malaolu also urged the federal government to consider an interest free loan to many private school and teachers to help in this COVID-19 pandemic.

He appealed to Muhammadu Buhari to do little by all way of giving a little loan to schools, especially private sector who are in dire straits in paying salary to teachers.

Malaolu observed that they cannot borrow because nobody will lend them in this Covid-19 lockdown.

Nigerians cannot continue to keep our teachers going about with unpaid salaries due to coronavirus in the country, His statement Read.

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