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In Nigeria, all schools have now been shut down by coronavirus outbreak in Nigeria for about four months. Schools have been declared to be closed to make sure the deadly disease does not spread.
The pandemic of coronavirus has caused much negative in economic and other fields of the world.
The Federal Government believed a few weeks ago that the lockout in the country should be slowly diminished due to economic instability as well as reports of pain and difficulty.
Finally, the first and second measures of the incremental lockdown facilitation were passed by President Mohammadu Buhari, which revoked the ban on all other industries still being prevented from reopening schools.
The Minister of Education recently spoke of secure reopening of schools and mentioned some safe reopening steps and guidance but there is a no fixed date for resumption of schools across the country.
In my view, All States will reopen schools in Nigeria From 20 July 2020, to allow students to pursue their education careers.
It is well known that students are tiresome of sitting at home, so, no matter how strict the guidelines for safe school reopening are, they will definitely comply because they do not want to see a reopening and still being closed down by schools due to a violation of the guidelines.
Honestly why schools can not be opened up again if markets, garages, churches , mosques and other industries that have to do with the gathering of large numbers of people will run.
In my opinion, Beginning 20 July 2020, the federal government must require the re-opening of schools in all 50 states. This will raise the level of crimes committed in the country and deter other youth so that they could eventually leave school.
What do you think about this? Will the government expand the reopening ban on schools in the middle of the pandemic of coronavirus.
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