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May 8, 2020

Nigeria minister for education reacts to the rumors of institution resuming on June 1st

Ever Since the first Covid-19 pandemic outbreak was recorded in some states in Nigeria which includes, Lagos State, Ogun State and FCT, the Federal Government of Nigeria has been putting in place measures to reduce the spread of the deadly virus.

The Nigerian Federal Government has ordered all schools (both basic and tertiary institutions) in the country to out aside academic activities indefinitely and all students were ordered to go home, as no school's health facility will be responsible for the treatment of students during the period.

Some days ago, it was revealed that some tertiary institution's students have started resuming back to their various campuses expecting academic activities to commence shortly, following rumours that, the Federal Government of Nigeria has given order that all schools of the Federation should resume back to their normal curricular activities.

In the false viral news circulating on the internet, it made it known that the Federal Government of Nigeria has given order that all universities and polythecnics (both private and public), are to resume back to their academic activities on the 1st of June, irrespective of what happens concerning the global pandemic outbreak spreading all over the world.

However, the federal government, through it Federal Ministry of Education has given clarification to the viral news, calling it a "fake news".

TheMinistry of Education reacting to this news on Twitter said that, "There is currently no confirmed date on the resumption of schools Nationwide. These are purported news articles to dissuade the public"

As made known by the ministry of education, the news on the resumption of tertiary institution

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