Ogun Lastly Reopens Colleges After Five Months

Ogun Lastly Reopens Colleges

The school Authorities of Ogun State has lastly reopened colleges, 5 months after they had been shut down to stop group transmission of coronavirus.

The state authorities stated colleges ought to reopen on September 21 for the primary time period of 2020/2021 session.

In an announcement by Kunle Somorin, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Dapo Abiodun, on Monday, it was introduced that the reopening of colleges is prolonged to all courses in main and secondary colleges, technical and vocational faculties, and tertiary Establishments of studying.


In accordance with Kunle Somorin, universities, polytechnics and faculties of schooling are to renew identical day, September 21.

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Nevertheless, as a part of COVID-19 pointers, colleges hours are staggered for public colleges.


NAIJAFUTURES reviews that pupils in Major one to a few will likely be in class from 8am to 11am; whereas these in Major 4 to six will likely be in courses from 12 midday to 3pm.

For these in secondary colleges, the hours are staggered in the identical method amongst these in junior and senior courses.

In accordance with Somorin, technical and Vocational will function their regular faculty hours of 8am to 2pm.

He maintained that Early Little one Care Improvement and Training courses for infants from 3 to five years of age won’t be resuming in public colleges till the subsequent part of colleges reopening.

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“Tertiary establishments are allowed to start reopening from 21 September, 2020 as could also be decided by their respective Administration,” he stated.

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