The federal government of Nigeria through the Ministry of Education has revealed that higher Institutions across the country will remain closed despite the phased and gradual easing of the lockdown measures occasioned by COVID-19. this post, COVID-19: FG updates NUC, NBTE, NCCE, ors on Resumption is all you want to know now!
COVID-19: FG updates NUC, NBTE, NCCE, Ors on Resumption: COVID-19: FG orders tertiary Institutions to remain closed
This disclosure was made in a circular titled “RE: MANAGEMENT OF CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC” with ref (FME/PSE/HE/1041/C.1/Vol.1/138) and signed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, Arc. Sonny Echono late Friday night.
Mr. Echono noted that the Ministry is still closely monitoring the developments on the containments of coronavirus.
Arc. Echono explained that staff on essential services in their various Institutions will continue to perform their duties as determined by their chief executive.
The Ministry of Education’s permanent secretary further urged its stakeholders to ignore any “fake news” to the contrary, as any decision on resumption shall be conveyed through the appropriate channels.
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The statement reads in full:
“Further to our earlier circular with Ref. No. FME/PSE/HE/1041/C.1/Vol. 1/137 of 19th March 2020, this is to confirm that all schools shall remain closed as we closely monitor developments on the containment of COVID-19.
“This is without prejudice to officers on essential services and other operational exigencies as may be determined by the Chief Executive of each organization.
“All Chief Executives and other stakeholders are to ignore “fake news” on the subject matter in the social media as the situation is under constant review and any decision on resumption shall be conveyed through the appropriate channels.”
It will be recalled vividly that the federal government had in a circular dated March 19, ordered the closure of all schools for a period of one month, commencing from Monday, 23rd March 2020 as part of measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus throughout the country.
The number of coronavirus cases has, however, continued to be on the rise. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday night, reported 386 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total of confirmed cases in the country to 3,912. Of that number, 679 have recovered and have been fully discharged, while 117 deaths have been recorded.