Secondary Schools Set to Resume August 4th, 2020 – Says Federal Government
The Nigerian government has announced that secondary schools are set to open on August 4th, 2020. We all know by now, that schools were shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This resumption is only valid for the examination classes. West African Examinations (WAEC ) are also set to start on the 17th of august, 2020. This gives students just two weeks to prepare for the forthcoming WAEC examinations.
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On the 27th of July,this decision was made through a virtual meeting by the honorable commissioners of education of the 36 states, Nigerian union of teachers (NUT), proprietors of private schools, and the chief executives of examination bodies. Immediately after the Sallah break, examination classes can resume. The Federal Government is assured to reopen the schools safely.
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
The Federal Ministry Of Education will still hold another meeting today to address the issue. This meeting will be with the chief executives of examination bodies like NECO, NABTEB and NBAIS.
This meeting will finalize the decisions and also ensure that the dates are fixed appropriately. We would update you on today’s meeting, but for now, here is the new development.
We wish our Nigerian students a safe resumption and hopefully, COVID-19 will end soon so that every student around the world can safely return to school.