Monday, June 1, 2020

Covid-19 School Re-Opening: UNESCO Laureate, Professor Sir Bashiru Aremu Tasked Federal Government, Nigerian Students On Adhering To Guidelines.



.... UNESCO Laureate Congratulates Nigerian Students on Success, then Appealled to them to stay safe, and heed to guidelines.


By Victor Bieni


The UNESCO Laureate, Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu  has said that as the Federal Government would soon list out guidelines for the reopening of schools in the country  that caution should be taken so as to avoid the spread of the pandemic by adhering strictly to the NCDC, WHO, Federal and States Ministry of Health, and Health Workers Guidelines as soon as possible when Schools Re-open.

 UNESCO Laureate, Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu disclosed this to our reporter today while fielding questions from some group of Journalists enjoined Local, States, Federal governments, proprietors and all other stakeholders to begin to take steps that will facilitate an early and safe reopening of schools, that caution should be taken by Nigerians Students and that  as the Federal Ministry of Education will soon roll out measures for the self-reopening of schools.

The World Acclaimed Distinguished ICT Professor noted that he wishes to use the occasion of this celebration to congratulate Nigerian Students on success and appeals to them to follow the rules and regulations stated by the Federal Government of Nigeria as assure them, their parents and all stakeholders alike that all hands are on deck to reopen schools at a safe time.

"I, therefore, use this medium to urge states, local governments, proprietors and all other stakeholders to begin to take steps that will facilitate an early and safe reopening".

” Recall that since the advent of coronavirus in Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, had issued a standing order, restricting, banning and prohibiting schools, social gathering, churches, Markets and other businesses from operating as measures to cushion the spread of the virus", UNESCO Laureate said.

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