The Federal Government of the country, through the Federal Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, has spoken about the reopening of schools in the country, and as regarding the conduct of 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and has explained that the initial decision taken remains the same.
This means that based on the announcement made, despite being persuaded by many, schools will still remain closed till further notice, and all exiting students in the country will not be sitting for the 2020 final examinations due to the current situation in the country.
Speaking to the general public today, the Federal Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, said that the reopening of schools for students nationwide will be too risky for both parents, students and teachers while putting into consideration the current situation in the country.
The Ministry of Education has thus deliberated with all stakeholders in the education sector and has explained that they are looking forward in shifting the dates for all final examinations so that Nigerian students will not be affected.
Thus, the Ministry explains that more meetings will be held for parents and they will come into more better decisions.
On the other hand, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has also spoken to the Federal Government and has said that efforts will be made to speak with other countries in the West Africa to look into shifting the dates of the examinations so that it'll correspond with the plans of the Federal Government.
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