A Lagos resident said that although it is the right move on the part of the government, the timing is wrong due to the spike in the coronavirus in the country.
The minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige, said he inherited Anambra in a state of anomie, adding that he was able to succeed in liberating the state.
The state said the schools’ fragrant disobedience to the government’s directives as endangering the lives of the children and not serving the best interest.
The vice-chancellor of the Chrisland University, Abeokuta, Chinedum Babalola, said Bello’s position ‘shows he needs proper education and awareness on the virus.
The Nigerian doctors have said that there would be an increase in COVID-19 infections as schools reopened amid the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Abuja residents lamented that failure of the officials of NIMC to show up for the NIN registration gave them headache as the deadline for the exercise is near.