Schools to Remain Closed Until 2021 as COEASU Aligns with ASUP and ASUU Against Reopening Of Tertiary Institutions

Trinity Forms As COEASU Collaborates with ASUP, ASUU Against Reopening Of Schools Amidst COVID-19, this is coming months after The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has also advised the federal government to allow schools remain closed until 2021 to ensure adequate preparations before reopening.
The College of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) has yesterday said that its members are not ready to return to school anytime soon except the Federal Government upgrades institutions for conducive learning.
The president of COEASU, Nuhu Ogirima, made this known to newsmen in an interview this yesterday.
The union’s position comes a day after the Academic Staff of Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) corroborated the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) stance that there are no provisions to meet COVID-19 precautionary guidelines in universities, polytechnics and colleges of education.
Mr Ogirima emphasized that the Federal Government is yet to put the necessary facilities in place for resumption to take place.

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  1. This is the height of it😭😭😭😭😭😭... This is never done, we've waited fr good 6months fr goodness sake... This isn't a good idea at all... Let's all just resume please

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  2. Am also dying for resumption also

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  3. You wan make student
    sepe for you people abi

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