|Emeka Nwajiuba Minister of State for Education|
Education, announced this during a briefing by the Presidential Task Force on
COVID-19 in Abuja on Wednesday that the government was working on ways to
achieve social isolation and good hygiene practices before schools could be
permitted to reopen.
in March as part of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
that the schools would reopen in the country on June 8, saying that the
government could not afford to take any costly risk.
publish a specification on what we expect COVID-19 or post-COVID-19 reopening
to look like. We’re not thinking about dealing with COVID-19, but we’re
planning to adapt to COVID-19.
115,000 primary schools, you will understand that 35.000 of those who are
private must agree to set the same standards in others to allow children to
Mustapha, urged all school administrators to start taking steps to help re-open
Federation said: “We encourage states, local governments, owners and all
other stakeholders to start taking measures to promote early and safe