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Unity Schools To Resume On October 11 - Minister

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The last 6 months has arguably been the most uncertain period for Nigerians due to the coronavirus pandemic. But it however turns out that there is actually light at the end of the tunnel as the federal government of Nigeria has finally annouced a date for the reopening of schools. To an extent it's quite unclear why school reopening has been delayed for such a long time. Especially when market places and churches have been allowed to reopen when they are often times busier than schools.

In a letter signed on Wednesday by the Minister of education, Adamu Adamu, an announcement was made concerning the reopening of schools. The Announcement revealed that the federal government has approved October 11 as reopening date for all Unity Schools in Nigeria. However, the minister made it clear that the approval wasn't for tertiary students rather it was for students in Junior Secondary School and Senior Secondary School.

Here is what Mr. Adamu Adamu said......“Schools that have not concluded their 2nd term examination should round off and commence 3rd term immediately which is expected to end in December,” the minister wrote." He also advised that COVID-19 protocols be strictly observed in the schools.

Personally, i feel all schools should just resume next year. Because it's still frustrating for University students that there has been no reasonable improvement towards Tertiary resumption.

Do you think the government are trying their best? And do you think schools should just be postponed till next year? Please comment so I can know what you think and I will surely reply back. Don't forget to follow me, like and share. Thanks.

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