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Students give Fed. Govt. ultimatum on resumption of schools (Read)

When will our schools finally resume? That is a big question that is begging for an answer from our government.

Following the dismissed or closure of schools through out the nation for the past three and half months now and we are still counting because it's seems our schools are still not safe to be open as said by the federal government.

Meanwhile, the students of various institutions has described the closure of schools till now as a poor handling of schools reopening by the federal government, and students of tertiary institutions have given the government two weeks within which to fix a date for resumption. They threatened to protest against continued closure of schools if government failed to accede to their demands within 14 days.

 Most educational associations are willing to also participate in the protest, amongst are:

National Association of Polytechnic Students (NAPS), National Association of University Students (NAUS) and National Association of Colleges of Education Students (NANCES), at a virtual meeting, decried Federal Government’s approach towards resumption of learning institutions in the country.

The groups also faulted government’s decision to pull out of the 2020 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASCCE) and Urging the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, to reconsider participation of Nigerian students in the examination. 


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