The Federal Government (FG) has said that it is not safe after the resumption of academic activities in schools across the country.
Chukwuimika Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, made the comment when addressing journalists at the end of the eighth virtual meeting of the Federal Executive Council on Wednesday.
Nwajioba also revealed that WAEC is negotiating with other West African countries to consider possible changes in the history of WASSCE 2020.
The federal team has ordered schools closed since March to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Although the House of Representatives demanded the reopening of schools to allow students to write the West African 2020 High School Certificate Exam (WASSCE), Nwajiuba said that academic institutions will remain closed until adequate security is guaranteed.
WAEC for its part is also negotiating with other West African countries to see possible changes in the date, and once they are done with that meeting and hopefully when we are also done with the consultations if there is any change in the position of the ministry, we will communicate "he said
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