Post Covid-19: All Schools in Nigeria to Resume on September 7– All Schools in the country are resuming on 7th of September 2020 to enable Students complete their academic session.
Learning institution have remained closed since the outbreak of the deadly disease corona virus. learners have stayed home for 6 months nows.
University of llorin Releases Urgent Notice on September Resumption All institutions are working hard to meet the requirement of the ministry of health in order to resume studies on September as said by the CS George magoha.
It could be recalled that the federal government of Nigeria shutdown schools in all levels across the state in 23 March due to the outbreak of the deadly virus (COVID-19) and until date, school activities have been suspended.
Following the reopening of schools in August 4th by FG for final year students year students of JSS 3 and SS 3 in Secondary schools across the country .
The federal government reopened schools for students of junior and senior secondary school after putting all health precaution measures in order to prevent the spread of the virus among students and teachers .
Indication shows that the deadly virus is no longer dominated in Nigeria after NCDC discharged about 11,000 patients from isolation centers after FG eased lockdown on worship centers , reopening of domestic airports , easing of inter – state lockdown and businesses .
Daily updates on confirmed cases of COVID – 19 since the announcement of resumption date for final year students in secondary schools across the country has no trace of students or teachers contracting COVID – 19 .
A lot of people are doubting september 7 resumption date but what they fail to understand is that POST UTME will not kick-off successfully if all tertiary institution across the country fail to resume for all academic activities and as such, all universities,poly, college of education must resume and all student must resume in all the campuses to prepare for examination so as to end first semester for 2019/2020 academic session.