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I'm so glad the Federal Government doesn't change the date for resumption for all schools across the country. The date of resumption is set for Monday 18 January 2021.
But the Federal Government aims to amend the date of resumption of the pandemic virus in all Nigerian campuses, Covid-19. Especially these days, the pandemic virus cases are growing more than expected.
Whilst all the Nigerian students are keen to resume school, particularly in the final, because they have spent more than 10 months at home. While several students have used this opportunity to practice some handwork and skills.
Many Nigerians were pleased after the schools declared their date of resumption, indeed some could not express their feelings.
Recall that NUC has announced the Federal Government via the National University Commission Office
The National University Commission (NUC) has also instructed all public universities to ensure that the Covid-19 guidelines are adhered to.
In this respect, all Nigerian students should take note of the following,
1. All public university students should remember that, as directed by the national university commission, they begin their semester again (NUC).
2. All Nigerian students should pray hard because the Federal Authority is highly likely to enforce full lock-up at all times
3. All students of Nigeria should follow the NCDC Covid-19 guidelines.
4. All students of Nigeria should aspire to learn some useful future skills and hands as much as possible.
Finally, I sincerely hope that all Nigerian students and schools can find their way in this letter.
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