The Federal Government of Nigeria is set to reopen schools across the country.
The revelation was made Known by President Muhammadu Buhari’s media aide, Bashir Ahmed.
Bashir Ahmed took to micro blogging platform, twitter to make the announcement.
“The Federal Government through Ministry of Education will soon roll out guidelines for the reopening of schools across the country, SGF, Boss Mustapha, chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, disclosed this today, in Abuja.”
Schools have been closed across Nigeria due to the coronavirus pandemic that have been ravaging the country.
Nigeria currently has over 8000 confirmed cases of the virus.
Reacting to the tweet by Bashir Ahmed, Nigerians wrote;
“We don’t have president, now is SGF Boss Mustapha giving orders that constitutionally he don’t have the right. Where is the Nigeria president? Where is the Vice president? Nigeria is gone.”
“Lol this funny thou… How about reopening mosques and churches?”
“FG should consider opening of schools because some students are even forgetting the fact that they are students”
“This is good news. Well done. Let’s also think out of the box and develop a system for online schooling. NOUN and a few universities have shown that we can indeed study online in Nigeria. FME should develop a curriculum and draft framework at least.”