This is really unfortunate that the students have to write examinations under such terrible conditions. Many students would hardly do well under such conditions.
The state of many Nigerian Universities have been a big cause of concern. Many University facilities are in a deplorable state. The Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 also highlighted these shortfalls when they called for schools to remain closed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Recall that students have been at home for almost a year and most universities were opened late January. In early 2020 the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU commenced a strike action that would last almost 10 months. The strike was called off in December 2020 and later on the Federal Government gave Tertiary Universities the go-ahead to resume academic activities.
Can you write an Examination under these conditions?
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