The Ekiti State University (EKSU), is set to resume online academic activities from January 18, due to the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic.
According to various online media platforms, the Senates of Ekiti State University, at a virtual meeting said, in other to curb the spread of the virus, the online academic session, will help prevent further spread as the lives of the students and staff of the University comes first.
Going through the University website, an article was published, issuing students to pay their fees to enable them gain access to the e-learning channel from the school. Moreover, ASUU issued a statement concerning the resumption of University activities, as they claim schools are not ready to resume due to the second wave of the virus, as they are not prepared.
“Students who have fully paid all necessary fees should visit their portal dashboards to have access to their institutional email addresses, which will be used for e-learning and other official communications.” The school newsletter reads.
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