Schools might not resume on January 18, 2021 as earlier stated in December by the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19.
Resumption looms as sources reveal hints
As at the early hours of today, the acting vice chancellor made it known to us that “An official statement will be made very soon
Following the news this morning on the suspension of the nine months ASUU strike, there are speculations that faculties in the University of Ibadan could be resuming activities soon. Campus News media have been able to get details from some faculty representatives that there is likelihood of faculty activities in the coming weeks for finalists,…
Students plan legal action if ASUU strike doesn’t end in 7 days
Prof Ogunyemi, who was speaking at a meeting between the Federal Government, led by the Labour Minister and ASUU leadership, led by the President, said their members are willing to resume because it is a matter of national interest.
He points out that their members also have their children at home, like all other parents who have their children at home due to the prolonged strike.
This is an opinion write-up raising the urgent questions asked by many Nigerian students, “when will we resume?”
Also the Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman, Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, called for more vigilance to forestall possible resurgence of the COVID-19 as schools resumed in some states across the country.
In another development, the Governor has also approved the re-opening of State owned Tertiary institutions and Private Institutions for regular academic activities to commence from Monday 28th September, 2020
Pandemonium broke in the early hours on Monday in the Lagos State University, Ojo Campus, when members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities, NASU, barred the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof Olanrewaju Fagboun and students from gaining access to premises.