Coming after plan to ease lockdown, the Lagos State Ministry of Education has denied online social media reports in regards to another set of rules for schools resumption in the state.
The Ministry, through its Public Affairs Head, Mr. Kayode Abayomi said “the Ministry wishes to explain that the review didn’t exude from the State Ministry of Education and along these lines ought to be dismissed, read more news here.
In addition, the Office is assigned as the Office of the Honorable Commissioner for Education and not for “Essential Education” as contained in the review.
It ought to be expressed that no choice has been made with respect to any new rules for execution as regards schools resumption, read more news here.
It is relevant to express that the issue of new rules for schools in the state for post Covid-19 lock down resumption is as of now under review by the Ministry and will be circulated when ready”.
“Further to the Federal and State Governments’ orders on the continuous facilitating of existing lockdown in Lagos State which prompted the re-opening of all workplaces in the Secretariat, Alausa just as other Government establishment in the State with impact from Monday, fourth April, 2020, the Ministry wishes to advise the overall population that no school in the State is allowed to resume or re-open for third term meeting pending further directives from the State Government”
“The State Government through the Ministry will even now keep on offering free lessons by means of different media platform, particularly radio and TV”, it concluded.