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Breaking! Exit Classes In Nigeria To Re-Open On August 4 After 4 Months Of Closure!



A statement has been released today by the Ministry of Education in Nigeria. The Director of Press Ben Bem Goong, has announced that exit classes in Secondary schools across the nation will reopen for academic activities on August 4.

 It was stated that students in exit classes are to resume immediately after the Salah breaks so they can write their WAEC examinations scheduled to begin August 17.

 

The decision was taken at the virtual consultative meeting of the Federal Ministry of Education. The Commissioners of Education in the 36 states, the Nigerian Union of Teachers, Proprietors of Private schools, and Chief Executive of Examination bodies were present.

 

The federal government had initially suspended the reopening of schools due to the increase in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, to protect the interest of the Nigerian children. However, after several meetings, a consensus was met.


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  1. At last, info straight from the horses mouth.

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  2. Very interesting to read. I live in US, (Virginia), and I am still waiting on a school announcement for this year. We should have one this week too

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  3. That's good news for students. In India students attend classes digitally in online classes and what I think this is not a good or proper way to learn.

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  4. In India education system is a disaster now.

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    1. Exactly what Covid-19 has caused. Everything will be okay soon.

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  5. We look forward to all pupils resuming soon.

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    1. Everyone is looking in that direction.

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  6. Important to weigh the risks as schools reopen!

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