Secondary Education in Nigeria
The West African Examination Council (WAEC), on Sunday, July 5, asked Nigerian students to disregard a timetable currently in circulation around the country.
The Nigerian government has not started making plans for schools reopening, it is making plans for students in exit classes to write exams, Emeka Nwajiuba says.
All public and private schools across Nigeria may soon be re-opened if certain conditions are met and approved by all the concerned stakeholders in the country.
Having a place to sleep at night is a challenge for many hustlers in Nigeria. Simbiat Raifu is a mother of five who has lived in a shop for 15 years with kids.
The director-general, OEQA, Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, in a statement she issued on Monday, June 15, condemned the action of some private primary, secondary schools.
The federal government has on Tuesday, June 16, released six important conditions all schools and universities in the country have to meet before reopening.