Nigerian schools resumption: See
Lagos state goment plans for new
academic session for primary and
13 September 2020
Currently, na only students for final year or national exam classes
dey go school across di 36 states of Nigeria, since 4 August,
2020 in order to write examinations like WAEC and NECO.
Lagos State goment don reveal plans for reopening of both
public and private schools ahead of di new session.
On 29 August, 2020 di state governor, Babjide Sanwo-Olu bin
announce di “tentative reopening” of primary and secondary
schools on September 21.
For inside statement wey di state Ministry of Education release,
Folasade Adefisayo wey be di commissioner, say for public
schools “di present JS3 and SS2 students go resume schools
from Monday, 21 September.
“Di resumption of schools go permit di present JS3 students wey
already dey for exit class to revise and get ready for dia Basic
Education Certificate Examination wey go start on 6th of October.
“Di resumption go also give di present SS2 students opportunity
to prepare effectively for dia transition to SS3”.
Plans for private schools
Private primary and secondary schools for di state dey permitted
to resume from Monday, 21 September.
Di goment dey ask school owners to put safety first and also
open dia schools in phases similar to wetin dem dey do wit
Dem add say: “di phases opening go also include strategies for
staggered resumption in di morning, classes on alternate days
during di week and teaching through various distance learning
Meanwhile even though di goment don give private primary and
secondary schools go ahead to reopen, dem say “kindergarten
classes and schools for both private and public schools go still