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Primary and secondary schools will remain closed - FG

Toheebola 06/29/2020

Preschools and elementary schools will remain closed - FG

The federal government has said that primary and secondary schools will be closed across the country.

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In a statement released before that, the federal government said schools would be opened from primary to secondary to allow final year students to take the exam.

However, in a statement by Dr Sani Aliyu, the leader of the National Disaster Preparedness Committee, Abuja said that primary and secondary schools would not be opened.

" Children's and primary schools will not be opened until the next announcement ," he said.

It was previously announced that the federal government has approved the opening of schools across the country.

This was followed by a meeting between the President of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nigeria (PTF) and President Muhammadu Buhari.

According to the federal government, classes to return to tuition include:

1. Six classes of all primary schools.

2. Third grade and sixth grade high school students across the country.

At the same time, the federal government has approved immigration arrangements between the states, but no legal deadline has been set.

The federal government has added approval to landing flights across the country alone.

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