Ahmadu Bello University delays resumption due to new development. The Kaduna state's ministry of health had sent a message dated 21st of January, 2021 recommending that the Ministry of Education suspend school resumption till a later date. Delegates who were sent to schools in the state to check how prepared the schools were for resumption reported that most of them were below average and there for resumption should be put on hold. However, A press statement has been going around stating that Ahmadu Bello University
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Schools in some states of the federation resumed on Monday (18th of January, 2021) as directed by their various Ministry Of Education. This was after a two weeks holiday extension has been observed due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. However, parents need to take note of the adjustments in the academic calendar for the second term activities in their states. Among such states with adjusted calendar is Lagos State having about three key things to note. Picture: Adjusted Lagos state school calendar
There have been a lot of rumours over the reopening of schools across the country. New clarification has been published on the issue to address the uncertainty due to the effect of the second wave of the pandemic. Schools across the country will begin again on January 18 except the Ministry of Education says otherwise, the Federal Government stated on Tuesday. Dr Sani Aliyu, the National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, announced this during a TV programme. Aliyu explained: “in respects
After series of controversies following the reports that the Federal Government wants to review the "January 18" date for resumption of schools, the Minister Of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, on Thursday, 14th of January 2021, insists that the date for the resumption of schools for the 2020/21 session hasn't changed from what he said before. According to PUNCH, the Minister Of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, said that all schools and tertiary institutions in Nigeria are to resume on Monday, January 18, 2021.
The Federal Ministry of Education has financially reviewed the said January 18th reduction date. Coming after the January 12 broadcast which was made known that National University Commission said January 18thresumption date will be reviewed on the ground of the prevalent rising case of Covid 19 which is made known has the second wave of Covid-19. However, the controversies been in place if universities will still resume on the 18th of January.Though, the Federal ministry of Education as disclosed that the days
There has been an ongoing saga on the actual resumption date for schools, after the calling off of the strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) which saw the closure of varsities for more than eight months. The calling off of the strike, and the fixing of January 18th for resumption has been met with mixed feeling considering the Coronavirus virus pandemic second wave, which is giving the people a major reason to worry as they reasoned it might not be safe to resume school pending
Covid-19 is a big treat to life and livelihood as some many sector have struggle to maintain standard after the diverstating effect of the virus. One of the most affected sector in the economy is Education sector, all the level of education have a shook of the covid effect on it. After the Christmas break, school where expected to begin or continue the academic year they started last year. So far some States have resumed academic activities this week while some are still waiting for the federal government announcement
The Ministry of Education has confirmed that schools including tertiary Institutions are to resume from January 18th. If your school has not yet fixed a date, then you should expect a date soonest though most schools have done so. While this is a good news for all university Undergraduates, it is also important we don't neglect the virus ravaging the country at tye moment for any reason. So, in this article, we are going to have a look at the two things you must go back to school with and also use at all times.
Schools across the nation will resume on January 18 except the Ministry of Education announces otherwise, the Federal Government stated on Tuesday. National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Dr Sani Aliyu, said this during a television programme. Aliyu said: As regards schools, I just want to make a clarification, what the minister said yesterday was that they were going to review, he didn’t say that they were going to change the date. He said they will review the situation and let the
There was a press release allegedly signed by Rivers State Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Sir Chidi Adiele that the Executive Governor of Rivers State, Ezenwo Nyesom Wike has ordered that schools in the State will be shutdown starting from today, Friday 22, 2021 for two weeks. The news has gotten lots of attention after the purported information was released online, which have made some residents of the State to question why the Governor will order schools to shutdown this period. Though, it was
Kaduna State Government has endorsed Monday, 25th of January 2021 as resumption date for tertiary foundations across the state yet cautioned that the schools the board should guarantee severe adherence to all the rules and conventions set up by the State. An assertion gave by the State's Ministry of Education and endorsed by the Permanent Secretary, Phoebi Sukai Yayi expressed that the endorsement came after an appraisal group had gone round all tertiary foundations in the state to guarantee their degree of
The Minister of Education Adamu Adamu had earlier said that due to the present spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, it would be better for the ministry to review the date that was given for resumption which is January 18, 2021. These statement has created diverse theories among people as many do not want a change in the resumption date. The statement seems not clear even when interpreted and Sani Aliu, The National Coordinator of the PTF during a press briefing at Abuja responded, therby giving response
The reopening of schools both primary, secondary and tertiary institutions was scheduled on the 18th of January 2021 by the government (Ministry of Education). Much efforts has been pulled by the government in respect to the covid 19 task force in the country to meet up the schools curriculum since the closures of schools was as a result of corona virus pandemic in the country in 2020. Recently, the Minister for Education Professor Adamu Adamu made a press release indicating that the scheduled date for resumption
The Presidential Task Force (PTF), have confirmed that the plan by the federal government to open educational institutions remains unchanged, according to the National Coordinator of the Presidential Task Force (PTF), he revealed that the opening of schools by January 18th of 2021 remains unchanged. Recall that on Monday, January 11, the minister of education, Adamu Adamu, revealed that all schools may have been set or said to have been scheduled to resume on the 18th of January 2021 but prior to the second
The federal Government has agreed that schools should resume on Monday, the 18th in Nigeria. Recall that the minister of Education, Adamu Adamu earlier said that the government would review the date of resumption and get back to the people as time goes on... But after reaching an agreement with commissioners and the governors on Thursday, the Federal government gave the order to resume school across Nigeria. The federal Ministry of Education said they had a very long discussion with state governors, school
The Federal Ministry of Education has revealed that schools across the country will be reopened on January 18th, 2021. According to the ministry, the date of resumption for schools still remains 18th January. In a statement released by Mr. Ben Goong, director, press and public relations of Ministry of Education, he noted that this decision not to change the date of resumption was taken after many consultations. This information was made available via the official Twitter handle of Bashir Ahmad, the personal
The Federal reserve of Nigeria has released the outcome of today's meeting on the review of resumption date. The proposed January 18 by Presidential Task Force was meant to be reviewed by the Ministry of Education. The Federal Government has therefore met with relevant stakeholders, Governors of Various States, Commissioners of Education, Proprietors and Head Institutions. After the meeting with these stakeholders, FG has finally published a press statement on the resumption date for all schools in the country.
Yesterday, the Federal Government through the Ministry of Education finally ordered all the public schools in the country to resume their academic activities on January 18, 2021. The Minister of Education, Professor Adamu Adamu said that the finally decisions were reached after an extensive consultation with State Governor, Stakeholders, proprietors, heads of institutions, staff unions and students Banned Activities 1. Morning and Afternoon assemblies 2. Visiting day that always come in the middle of the term.
For Sometimes now there has been uncertainty as to when schools in the country will be able to resume in this year 2021. This is due to the second wave of Covid 19 plaguing the country. Earlier in the week, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu said that the proposed January 18th day will be subject to review by the ministry of Education. However, the federal ministry of Education has concluded its review and has ordered all schools in the country to resume on January 18th, 2020. This was declared in a press
Following the advice given in the press on 12 January 2021 for the review of the proposed resumption date of 18 January 2021, the Federal Ministry of Education carried out a thorough assessment of the situation on the ground in our dear country. Due to the speculations about the January 18 2021 for Schools to resume, here is the letter After comprehensive consultations with relevant stakeholders, including state governors, education commissioners, owners and heads of institutions, staff unions and students,