Kaduna State government has rebranded its educational system by introducing daily lessons to be taken on Radio and major TV stations for all Secondary School Students in their final year.
The announcement was confirmed in a statement on Sunday, signed by the Kaduna State Commissioner for Education, Shehu Usman Muhammad, Ph.D.
Naija News understands that the development was geared due to the Coronavirus outbreak which has been spreading across the states.
The statement reads: “Ministry of Education, Kaduna State wishes to inform all Secondary Schools Students across the state particularly SS3 Students that Teaching and Learning on RADIO AND TV stations will commence on Monday, 6th April 2020.”
“Therefore, the students should use this great opportunity to learn from the comfort of their homes.”
“For now, we will begin with the KSMC while we continue other arrangements with other broadcast stations.
Please listen to KSMC for announcements on the specific time for each subject daily.”
See the tweet below:
— Kaduna State Schools Quality Assurance Authority (@KADqualityEDU) April 5, 2020
Meanwhile, in another news, Niger state government on Sunday relaxed its restriction order imposed on the state to curb the spread of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19).
Speaking to newsmen in Minna, the Secretary to the Niger State Government, Ahmed Matane, said the new restriction would now begin from 2 pm to 10 pm daily.