The Niger State Government has cautioned school overseers to guarantee students of graduating classes cling carefully to the COVID-19 Infection Prevention Protocols (IPC) as gave by the Ministry of Health and Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC).
The state commissioner for Information and Strategy, Hon. Muhammad Sani Idris, gave the admonition during a working visit to Schools in Tafa, Suleja and Chanchaga Local Government Areas to screen the initiation of West African Examination Council (WAEC) to find out the degree of consistence with the built up COVID-19 conventions.
Idris close by his partner of the Ministry for Education, Hajiya Hannatu Salihu emphasized government promise to sufficient arrangement for safe returning of schools in the State.
“The government is determined to see to safe resumption of other classes as the coast gets clearer. Hence, the need for both public and private school managers as well as other stakeholders to complement government efforts by ensuring adherence to IPC protocols.”
The commissioners likewise exhorted the students in the express that enlisted for the West African Examination Council, WAEC, to disregard tests misbehavior and different indecencies.
They at that point wished the students accomplishment in all their SSCE assessments.