Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Kogi schools to reopen September – Official


tiamin rice

The Kogi State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Wemi Jones, has announced September 14 as the date for the reopening of schools from primary to tertiary levels.

The commissioner, who made the disclosure on Tuesday in Lokoja, the state capital, said the government arrived at the decision after a series of interactions with relevant stakeholders and assessment of private and public schools across the state.

Mr Jones said: ”The ministry will review the state’s academic calendar accordingly, to reflect on the new development. The details will be worked out and released to the relevant stakeholders in due course before resumption.

See also  Breaking: Trouble for Melaye as court allows INEC proceed with recall process
See also  I climbed tree to escape kidnappers’ lynching, Melaye narrates ordeal

”However, we encourage that all relevant education stakeholders like ANCOPSS, ASSUS, SUBEB, NAPPS, heads of tertiary institutions in Kogi State, NUT, STETSCOM, and every other stakeholder are very free to liaise with us at the ministry for further clarification.

”We are equally informing the general public, parents, guardians, and schools heads that we are very particular about the health and safety of our learners in Kogi State.

”So, the state government will not stop at anything to ensure that our learners are kept in good condition as far as the Covid-19 pandemic and indeed other diseases or health issues are concerned,” he added.

Related News

Latest News

atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk atrk