The Federal Government says faculties can’t be reopened now as it’s not but secure to take action. The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, said this in Abuja throughout the briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19. He described as faux, studies that the federal government would reopen faculties on June 21. He mentioned: “Any reopening of college would contain the recommendation of consultants on when it’s safer to reopen faculties.
He added that the reason being to keep away from the error of delivery the scholars out and in of college and the Ministry wouldn’t like to guide Nigerians into hazard by being in a rush to reopen faculties. “I’ll not wish to experiment together with your youngsters.
He talked about that what the Ministry is planning in the meanwhile is to carry people who’ll be exiting from Junior Secondary to Senior and people who will likely be writing the West Africa Examinations Council (WAEC) in addition to NECO and NABTEB to jot down their promotion exams and when the interstate lockdown will likely be reopened so the kids can transfer to jot down their exams of their faculties.
Also responding to this, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and PTF Chairman, Boss Mustapha, mentioned Nigeria wouldn’t reopen faculties in a rush as a way to keep away from extreme penalties that occurred to different nations. He cited South Korea that reopened the colleges and needed to shut them once more when the circumstances spiked in addition to Israel that additionally reopened the colleges and shut them once more.