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Edo state governor set to reopen schools, religious centres

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Edo State government, Godwin Obaseki has reportedly given a clue that students at Junior Secondary School Class, 3 and Senior Secondary School, 3, would be prepared ahead of the reopening of schools in the State, Juicy Update report.

The govenor of Edo state in March ordered schools in Edo to shut down as part to contain the spread of the novel Covid-19 disease.

The state governor on Sunday 14th of June, explained that the State government was liaising with the Federal Ministry of Education to develop guidelines for the reopening of schools.

According to source obtained by this reliable online news platform the governor statement reads;

As schools remain closed, rules for reopening are being developed in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education, most importantly for students in JSS 3 and SS 3 who are preparing for their exit examinations.

Edo parents and guardians of pupils in primary schools, should continue to utilize our e-learning platforms for their educational needs, while they remain at home

After consultations with the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, and other religious bodies, reopening of places of worship will commence soon”.

Just as we continue to expand screening and testing to religious groups/organisations and business establishments, we urge religious organisations and corporate bodies to assist us drive modalities for our new norm and cooperate with the designated health and security agencies in this regard”.

The 10pm to 4am curfew as directed by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 subsists,”.

According to the report earlier gathered by Juicy Update the Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki, was disqualified from the screening committee of the All progressives Congress (APC). from contesting in the party’s governorship primary election scheduled for 22nd of June, 2020.

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