The chairman, Dr. Onwubuya John Abraham, the chairman of COVID -19 situation room and studies center, has adduce the federal authorities to make preparations for final year students in all Nigerian schools to resume so that the student can write their examination.
The chairman made the attraction on Wednesday 3rd of June 2020, during the unveiling of the studies Centre in Abuja.
The COVID -19 situation room and Research Centre is a think- tank studies based totally agency made of worried civil society and religion-based establishment, institutions, academics and folks who are united in the motive of kicking Coronavirus of Nigeria.
The chairman listed the categories of final year students to encompass Primary six students, Junior Secondary School three (JSS 3) Students, Senior Secondary School three (SS3) students and very last final year college students of tertiary institutions.
At the same time as appreciating the e- gaining knowledge of initiative being undertaken by a few institutions, Abraham talked about that Nigeria’s surroundings do not have what it takes to achieve the initiative for now.
In step with him, more efforts have to be committed to ensuring that schools are not shut for longer than important.
He said “We want to join our voices with concerned Nigerians in attractive to the federal authorities to make instantaneous arrangements for final year college students in all our schools and educational establishments to resume and take their final assessments. These include Primary six pupils, JSS 3 and SS 3 students, and final year college students of tertiary establishments.
The chairman also called on the authorities to raise the ban on interstate actions pronouncing it has failed as commuters are still visiting every day.
He additionally appeals that markets must not be limited to only a few days in the week, advising that they could open each day to lessen crowds that besiege the markets.
“it’s far our opinion that the lockdown has been beneficial, especially the restrictions on which observed inside the inter-country motion.
Thus, we suggest that efforts need to be related more on control of cases , better testing and sensitization,” he said.