Akeredolu Directs Reopening Of Schools In Akure

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The Ondo State Government has directed the reopening of schools in the Akure the state capital from Monday, the 2nd of November.

This was made known in a statement issued on Thursday by the Ondo State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Femi Agagu,

Agagu announced that the governor has directed that all schools be reopened for normal academic activities starting from Monday, November 2, 2020.

He said, “Mr Governor has directed that all schools should resume on Monday, November 2, 2020 now that the state has become peaceful.

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“Parents and the public are to note this directive and all schools are to comply.”

The directive comes amid calls for the cancellation of the third term by the state government.

It will be recalled that Governor Rotimi Akeredoluon October 20 ordered that all schools in the state be shut down due to the tension from the nationwide protest and asked parents to comply with the directive. 


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