• Kano State makes U-Turn on School’s Resumption

    Kano State Government has shut down primary and secondary schools across the state following dispute between the federal government and Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) over resumption date.

    The action is coming barely 24 hours after both public and private schools resumed from long vacation due to outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease, EVD.

    A public announcement by the state Ministry of Education signed by the Permanent Secretary, Audi AbdulKadir Bappa was, however, not specific on the resumption date.

    The statement read: “We notice with dismay the current dispute between the federal government and Nigerian Union of Teachers, as it affects learning and are compelled to suspend academic activities until after Eid Kabir.”

    The permanent secretary further disclosed that Kano is yet to receive anti-Ebola kits from the Ministry of Health.

    He said: “Considering these unresolved issues on ground, it is imperative to return the children back home.”

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