The pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere has referred to as for the sack of the Minister of Schooling, Adamu Adamu.
In response to the group, the Minister’s resolution for colleges to stay closed within the nation was a mistaken transfer able to destroying the nation’s training sector.
The group maintained that the nation can not afford to shut down colleges for a complete 12 months.
Recall that Adamu Adamu had on Wednesday stated, in Abuja, that colleges ought to stay closed till the COVID-19 pandemic was introduced underneath management.
Additionally, the Minister of State for Schooling, Mr Emeka Nwajiuba had earlier introduced that the 2020 WASSCE carried out by WAEC would maintain between August and September whereas the Presidential Process Drive on COVID-19 directed all the faculties to renew for under graduating pupils however the Adamu’s order had reversed all of the directives.
In response to Afenifere’s Secretary-Common, Bashorun Sehinde Arogbofa, the Federal Authorities ought to have allowed pupils to renew and discover technique of defending them towards the unfold of the lethal virus.
He stated, “Adamu Adamu ought to be sacked, he cannot deliver our college system again to the stone age. They’d about six months to plan for these youngsters, what did they do? The final six months all these youngsters have been getting ready for the WASSCE, what did the Federal Authorities do?
“I believe the 2 ministers within the ministry ought to go, why would one say the pupil ought to resume to write down their papers in August and the opposite minister would come and reverse the order and that the varsity could be closed down for the entire 12 months?
“It’s a actuality that the COVID-19 is within the nation however they need to have envisaged what’s going to occur and make mandatory preparations towards it for the pupils. Why ought to training be closed down for a complete 12 months?
“It means the 2 of them (Adamu and the Minister of State for Schooling) don’t know what they’re doing, so they need to go.”