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Federal Government Announced Date For Re-opening Of All Schools


The federal government of Nigeria, had given order for all schools including Universities (both federal, state and private universities), polytechnics (both federal, state and private polytechnics), colleges of Education, secondary and primary Schools to reopen on Saturday, 13 June 2020.
Schools to reopens on 13, June 2020

The president of federal republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari spoke on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) that these opening are for examination students, which mean all students that are in examination classes such as WAEC, NECO, SSCE, BECE, Junior, Senior and final year students are to resume on 13, June 2020.
While the rest are to sit at home because of Coronavirus pandemic.
He made it clear that any institution or high school that violate the Policy will face the federal government of Nigeria and must be created in accordance of the law.
Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria urged the Nigerian Students to keep calm during this Covid19 and assured them that before September, everyone will go back to school and continue their Education.
He said that the most important thing is to stay safe and do the proper things needed to be done to abstain from contracting coronavirus also known as Covid19.

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