We Won’t Re-open School For Now Because We Are Not Going To Risk Our Children’s Lives – Anambra State Government
Anambra state government has cautioned teachers in the state to concentrate on online education as it won’t hazard the lives of children and understudies by reviving schools during the Coronavirus pandemic that has infected more than 10,000 individuals in Nigeria.
As indicated by the Anambra Commissioner for Basic Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha, the choice not to open schools originated from the ‘, so teachers should quit forcing the state government to reopen schools as that won’t occur until the Federal Government gave such mandates.
“Government comprehends what it is doing. In this way, we won’t revive the schools and hazard lives of our children to COVID-19 pandemic since certain teachers are approaching us to continue.” Omenugha said to reporters in her office at the Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka. # Anambra state government.
“I thank the representative, who has bolstered us since April 1, when we initiated the ‘educating on-air-program’.
“At the point when schools were closed down on March 24 in view of Coronavirus pandemic, we chose to connect with younger students in something important as opposed to leaving them to sit away.
“Second week into the program, we opened the lines for understudies to bring in, so we can get criticisms since it’s being spilled live on Facebook and furthermore on YouTube,” Omenugha said. # Anambra state government.
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