School resumption date:
However, the Federal government has today 2nd June.Schools are likely to be closed for now . Meanwhile they have lifted the ban on churches and mosques for worship.
We are still expectant that school will resume very soon. It’s a promise we will always fulfill to our audience.
Expertise have offered suggestions on how to maintain safe operation in Nigerian schools after the resumption, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In a special report by Daily Trust to show when the school will reopen.
Professor Muhammad Ibrahim Yakasai of the Faculty of Education, Bayero University, Kano (BUK), suggested that to ensure the safety of students and other members of school communities, there’s a definite need for a serious consciousness campaign, with regard to the genuineness of the COVID-19 pandemic raging over the nation.
“There should be awareness campaign.
“To ensure that people come to terms with the certainty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He said the principle of social distancing must be observed to where attainable.It should confirm that classrooms accommodate a reasonable number of students.
This is only possible in schools with a controllable number of students. When you take universities with high population explosions like BUK and the Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), that will be difficult to achieve,” he said.