BREAKING NEWS: For Now No Reopening Of Schools – Federal Govt

The Federal Government has said that schools would remain closed “for now”, .

The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 made this known during its daily briefing on Monday.

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While giving an update on the PTF announcement, the Personal Assistant on New Media to @MBuhari, Bashir Ahmad, tweeted, “For now, all the schools are to remain closed, the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 announces the directive.

“The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has requested the Aviation Industry to start developing protocols for domestic flights to possibly resume from June 21.

“The interstate travel remains prohibited except for goods and essential travel, the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 announces.”

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  1. Please FB and state government try to reopen schools within this month. Having lazy in reopening the schools is telling us that you are supporting to create the generation of illiteracy. We have a lot of challenges waiting for us at school. Nigerians left behind at anything concerning education I wonder why the government of my country is totally lack concern for education especially for the poors. I hope you will amend and look for a possible date to reopen schools across the country. Thanks!
    Muhammed sakilu Muhammed.
    Lafia, Nasarawa state.

  2. Please federal government should try and reopen school within this month, we have alot of things waiting for us at school.

  3. Government should as fa as possible to see the narky situations erupted on our community due to pandamic of this infestation COVID-19 that submerged us in to a kind of situation that no word can describe it’s hashiness . peoples are kicking the bucket , their stomach were sweeped because no piece of food being processing, all the source of income stopped.hhhhhmmm, We need your response

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