Stakeholders in the educational sector and the federal government of Nigeria have agreed to re-open schools in September.
According to a senior official at the federal ministry of education who pledged anonymity, the federal government will re-open schools nationwide when learning institutions have ensure that they have diligently study guidlines recently highlighted by the government, to prevent the spread of COVID19.
Also lailasnews report, that the Federal government will reopen schools nationwide by September 2020.
Recalled that, in a statement on Friday, July 17, the Ministry Of Education said that government would order ‘safe re-opening of schools’ when schools have thoroughly study guidelines recently highlighted by the government to prevent the spread of the deadly virus.
Ministry of education spokesman Ben Bem Goong, also disclosed that the government has told school owners to study the guildlines and send feedbacks to the ministry latest July 29, 2020.
He said after the feedbacks are sent, government will now consult stakeholders on June 30, to check and chose a particular date for schools resumption, in September.