Kogi State won’t close down schools past January eighteenth – Governor

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 Kogi State Government says it isn’t intending to close down schools past January 18, 2020, as the Second Wave of COVID-19 proceeds in the nation. 


The Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello made this known today while marking the 2021 financial plan. 

Yahaya Bello had before made his position and special way to deal with battling COVID-19 public to all Nigerians. 

Nigerian Government had declared closed down of schools and other public spots because of the Corona Virus pandemic flare-up as a measure to control the spread of the illness. 

Because of the second flood of the infection, some State governments have reported restriction on Public social occasions. 

In any case, the Kogi state Governor says the nation has not recuperated from the impacts of lockdown on the instruction area, regardless of the way that Kogi is Corona Virus free. 

He said the State can’t bear to risk training in Kogi State, consequently the arrangement not to shut down schools past January 18, 2021. 

Kogi understudies have kept on getting a charge out of ordinary scholarly activities since the lockdown. 

The Governor clarified that notwithstanding challenges presented by the infection, the State has recorded amazing advancement in the area with the Education law, Confluence University of Science and Technology just as budgetary distribution of 20% to the schooling area among others previously set up. 

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