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Sunday, 19 July 2020

Covid19: ASUU Tells FG Not To Reopen Schools Until 2021

ASUU President says any attempt to reopen schools now amounts to experimenting with the lives of Nigerian pupils.

Due To The Rise In Coronavirus Cases In Nigeria, The Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) Has Advised The Federal Government Not To Experiment With The Lives Of Nigerian Students By Allowing Them To Sit For The West African Senior School Certificate Examination Earlier Scheduled To Begin In August.
The union said it supports the government’s earlier decision to stop the SSS3 students from writing 2020 WASSCE, saying schools should be shut down until 2021 ‘to safeguard the lives of Nigerian children and safeguard the health of all Nigerians.’
Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, had recently said the government would consult with the four other countries under the West Africa Examination Council to set a new date for 2020 WASSCE.
But Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, ASUU president in an interview with The Punch, advised the government against taking such chances unless parents would be told to sign an undertaking.
Ogunyemi said any attempt to reopen schools now amounts to experimenting with the lives of Nigerian pupils.
He, however, added that pupils may return to their schools only if the government could meet all the conditions necessary for school reopening.


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