If religion is essential, education is essential. If the economy is essential, education is more essential. Open Our Campuses.
Comr. Akpobasah Omokri, president of the National Association Of Delta State Student NADESSTU, Federal University Otuoke Chapter, Bayelsa State in his reaction states that if it is safe for the federal government to reopen religious centres and markets, then it’s also safe for schools to be reopened.
The president of Nigeria, Buhari has send strong message to Nigerian students to exercise patience as School cannot be reopen amidst Covid-19 until safety measures are being put in place. Speaking through his SGF, President Buhari encourage students to keep reading and engage themselves in productive acts.
Nigeria Student Leaders Demand Immediate Reopening Of Schools And Campuses
According to him, so far, there are about 509 confirmed cases in Tanzania. For two weeks now, there have been no reports of new cases. Tanzanian government never adopted the total lockdown approach. Instead, The government placed more emphasis on individuals maintaining personal hygiene. The president stated that there is no point locking people down when the government can’t provide for them.
Continuation of the lockdown in Nigeria will be of no effect. A total waste of time. Open the economy and all other sectors and let the citizens adapt to the new normal. COVID-19 will surely not be here forever but it is not leaving soon. Until it leaves, let’s live with it, he said.
I call on every Nigerian Student to use their Twitter handle to demonstrate a non-violence protest, lets shed our grievances to the Federal Government of Nigeria. It’s been over two months since we have been kept out of school.
The Government claimed there was Covid-19 in the Country, we obeyed all the necessary measures but now they have decided to reopen religious centers, Markets, and local flights and also promised to announce a date to reopen international flights, while nothing at all is been said regarding our resumption date