COVID-19: Buhari govt updates on reopening of universities

The Nigerian authorities has stated no resolution has been taken on the reopening of tertiary establishments within the nation.

Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, the Minister of State for Training disclosed this throughout the day by day briefing of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 in Abuja.

Nwajiuba, nonetheless, stated universities would want to get clearance and procedures from the Nationwide Universities Fee (NUC) earlier than reopening.

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The minister additionally disclosed that the federal government was reviewing the rules relating to the reopening of universities throughout the nation.

“However on the tertiary degree, that steerage will even be finished in collaboration with the Nationwide Universities Fee so that it’s going to give clearance that we’re happy together with your efficiency with reference to the rule of thumb.

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“What we’re doing is that we’re lowering this complete gamut of paperwork into some measurable steps in the direction of reopening. What which means is that the governing council of every establishment will then assessment the rule of thumb and benchmark it,” he stated.

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