SCHOOLS IN KOGI STATE TO RESUME ON JANUARY 18TH 2021

EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF KOGI STATE YAHAYA BELLO

EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF KOGI STATE YAHAYA BELLO

The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology Wemi Jones announced that all schools in Kogi State will resume January 18th 2021, He also reiterated the State Governor Yahaya Bello’s commitment to ensure education is the best in Kogi state and that the state cannot close the school after January 18 2021.

The Commissioner Wemi Jones regretted that the state’s educational sector had not yet recovered from the first lockdown in the country in spite Kogi State being coronavirus free. He added that the second wave of coronavirus in Nigeria that it will not hamper the success of the education sector in the state; and that all stakeholders in the education sector in the state must get prepared to make use they adhered to governments guide towards Covids-19 to make the schools resumption on the said date.

SCHOOLS IN BAYELSA STATE TO RESUMES 11TH JANUARY YEAR 2021.

Bayelsa State Government will reopen Schools on 11th January 2021, in a statement from the Commissioner for Education Gentle Emelah. The boarding school students will start on Sunday 10th January year 2021 and all the schools will follow the guideline of COVID-19 procedures.

RIVERS STATE,  SCHOOLS RESUMES ON MONDAY 4TH JANUARY  2021.

The Permanent Secretary of the State Ministry of Education Sir Chidi Adiele signed a statement form to confirm this, Federal Government of Nigeria had given 18th January 2021 as the day the schools in the country will reopen. The National Assembly in their plan and preparation for the COVID-19 pandemic second stage.

Meanwhile the River Statement government in a statement which was approved by the Governor Nyesom Wike, which is to work with the calendar been published in the month of August 2020 for reopening of normal academic activities in the state.

He also directed all schools in the state to maintain all the Covid-19 conditions which are: wearing of facemask, using hand sanitisers and maintaining of social distancing in the classrooms to avoiding overcrowded in the classrooms, during the morning and afternoon periods as they resume.

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