All schools have been asked to resume activities in Adamawa State from October 12, 2020.
The state government after months academic activities were suspended in the state as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, announced on Thursday, September 24 that both public and private schools across the state will be reopened from the speculated date.
The state governor, Ahmadu Fintiri, while reacting to the long pause in academic activities Adamawa, regrets that COVID-19 caused the long closure of schools and some other vital sectors of the economy across the state.
Fintiri in the statement signed by his Press Secretary, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou said, “I am pleased to announce Monday, October 12th as the date for the resumption of academic activities from the basic to tertiary levels, having wasted so much time.”
He, however, assured citizens that his administration would do all within its power to ensure the enforcement of COVID-19 safety protocols.
He added, “Consequently, the Governor has directed the Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development to meet with stakeholders in the sector to discuss modalities for the reopening,”
Fintiri further urged parents to do their part in preparing their children to resume school in light of the COVID-19 exigencies.
In another news, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, has approved the reopening of primary and secondary schools in Delta State for the conclusion of the 2019/2020 academic session and the commencement of the 2020/2021 new academic session.
Source: Naija News