UPDATED: Buhari extends lockdown in Lagos, Abuja, Ogun by one week

As President Muhammadu Buhari made a nationwide broadcast on Monday night, he keep mute on the schools resumption.
The States will now decide on schools resumption or otherwise.
The Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) could take a definite position in their awaited reaction to the president’s speech.
Buhari pronounced shutdown soften to begin on 4th May, 2020 and postponed the ‘stay at home’ order till May 3.
Also, Lagos, Ogun and Abuja the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are contrived.
howbeit, President Muhammadu Buhari placed a ban on interstate movement.
There was muddle on the hearsay that schools especially institutions may resume very soon.
There was rumour shared on the internet that did not assist the situation either.
The speculations forced the Lagos State Government to expatiate that all private and public schools remain shut, to defend students from pandemic virus.
The Commissioner for Education, Folasade Adefisayo, disclosed that schools have not been opened for the third term of the annual session.
She speaks further that Lagos will continues online teachings on various media, most especially on radio and television.
Adefisayo said, “Plans are also underway to ensure that our children in public schools are able to complete their term whenever the lockdown is lifted”.
Two weeks ago, the Buhari administration says master plan were being made for students in tertiary institutions to receive lectures through the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) and the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN).
Adamu Adamu, Minister of Education, explained that the ministry had been planning the idea before the corona virus outburst.
He inscribed that some tertiary institutions were already giving lessons online, Adamu indicate that the ministry was working with its mass media outlets to do the same.

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