SADNEWS for SS3 students as FG insist "no reopening of schools" in the country
The decision by six South-west states to go ahead with reopening of educational sector in order to enable SS3 students write the annual and forthcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examinations, WASSCE, which was Postponed due to the outbreak of covid19 in the country and world at large, the government of Nigeria has maintained it position on not reopening of schools.
Despite the decision by the southeast state, cry of students and even with the order given by the House of representative to the president.
The Minister while responding to questions from journalist after the eighth virtual Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari". Maintained the there decision on reopening of schools remain unchanged.
Nwajiuba said the ministry will communicate an update if there’s any change in its earlier position.
According to the minister that there is no confidence that Nigeria is safe yet as the numbers from the NCDC are still alarming.
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