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“Six conditions that all schools and universities must meet before they open says; Minister for state Educations in Nigeria.

A small thing s are slowly getting back to normal, some other issues have to be slowly resolved like schooling.

The government have listed six conditions that every school and universities must meet before the reopening for the academic year.

Minister Chukwueemeka Nwajiuba announced that these conditions have to be put in place before resumption of school. he said so at the Policy Meeting on Admission to Tertiary Institution in Nigeria by the joint Admission and Matriculation Board today.

Stating that; All the head of institution all over the country should make sure they decontaminate their school premises and adjust class sizes.

He went ahead to say all protocols and advises of the NCDC must be met accordingly; They must be hand washing regularly, at every entrance and exit of the school and also in the premises.

He states that among other conditions.

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