Amid the resurgence of COVID-19, the Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students, NANS, has urged the Educational Workers Union of Universities, ASUU, to not cease the resumption of educational actions.
President of NANS, Sunday Asefon, mentioned a Taskforce could be setup on COVID-19 in universities throughout the nation.
Asefon, in an announcement, mentioned authorities ought to tackle the difficulty of the resurgence in COVID-19, quite than cease the resumption of faculties.
He urged the federal authorities to rethink its technique on tips on how to curb COVID-19.
In response to Asefon: “Fairly than postpone colleges’ resumption, it has turn out to be crucial to deal with the alarming unfold of COVID-19 and rising circumstances of deaths from a place of environmental technique and human coordination because the lockdown mechanism can not be a mitigating possibility within the face of our financial actuality.
“Consequently, the Nationwide Affiliation of Nigerian College students is enterprise to prevail on college students union our bodies to arrange College students Process Drive Towards COVID-19 in each faculty, whereas asking the Federal Authorities to rejig its primary COVID tips for colleges resumption.”
Recall that the federal authorities had hinted that colleges could not resume on January 18 as scheduled.
Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Training mentioned colleges could not resume on the set date because of the rising circumstances of COVID-19 throughout the nation.
He disclosed that authorities was presently reviewing the resumption date for colleges.
COVID-19: NANS warns ASUU towards stopping resumption of universities