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EDUCATION

Schools Set To Reopen On Monday

"It is better to lose a session than lose lives." - Professor Innocent Ujah, National President, Nigeria Medical Association (NMA). "Most appropriate time to open schools is September." - Dr Casmir Ifeanyi, National Publicity Secretary, Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN). "Safety and health of all is paramount." - Haruna Danjuma, National President, National Parent Teacher Association of Nigeria (NAPTAN). "Healthy Factor Takes Pride of Place." - Adesina Adedoyin, Lagos State Chairman,

  2 years ago ago
Schools Set To Reopen On Monday

POLITICS

Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today, Friday,17th July,2020

Good morning Nigeria,welcome to the roundup of newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today,Friday,17th July,2020. 1. We Don't Support School Resumption-NUT Lagos. The Nigeria Union of Teachers, Lagos State chapter, has said it does not support the idea of reopening schools in the state. The Lagos NUT Chairman, Mr Adesina Adedoyin, while reacting to the decision of the South-West governors to commence the West African Senior Secondary Examinations in August said it was disheartening that the governors and the Federal

  2 years ago ago
Nigerian Newspaper Headlines For Today, Friday,17th July,2020

COVID

"It Is People Who Are Alive That Will Write Exams" The Nigerian Union Of Teachers Explained

The issue about students resumption has been generating a lot of opinion from all concerned parties including parents, after the minister of Education halted the proposed plan to open school earlier for students taking WASSCE. Which didn't go well with quite a number of people, even the NASS has rovolted against the development perceived as detrimental to the country's economy and growth. However, The Nigeria Union of Teachers, Lagos State chapter, has come out of it shell to make it stand in the students resumption

  2 years ago ago

EDUCATION

Two Reasons Why Lagos State Had A Low Turnout Of Students Today.

The Lagos State government announced on the 3rd of July that students in the exit classes are to resume on the 3rd of August 2020. This was after four months that schools across Nigeria were asked to shut down due to the current Corona virus pandemic.  However, the Nigerian Tribune visited some schools in the state, precisely schools in the "Ifako-Ijaiye" and "Agege" local government and it was discovered that there were low turnout of students. As a result of this, the press deemed it fit to interview the

  2 years ago ago
Two Reasons Why Lagos State Had A Low Turnout Of Students Today.