FG says there is no confirmed date for resumption of schools nationwide

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A report which claimed July 20 is the date for the official resumption of schools across the country has been dismissed

The federal ministry of education has distanced itself from the report

The ministry said the purported report did not originate from any of its media handles

The Nigerian government has dismissed a report which claimed that the federal ministry of education announced July 20 as the date for the official resumption of schools across the country.

The ministry of education in a statement on Thursday, evening, June 4, said the purported report did not originate from any of its media handles.

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The federal ministry of education said the official date for resumption of schools nationwide is yet to be confirmed.

According to the ministry, the official date for resumption of schools nationwide is yet to be confirmed.

The federal government had shut schools across the country following the outbreak of COVID-19.

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Meanwhile, with the recent spike in unapproved and fraudulent institutions in Nigeria, the Nigeria University Commission (NUC) has warned the general public against some institutions running unapproved Masters and other post-graduate programmes.

The commission, in a bulletin dated March 24, said it has updated its list of post-graduate award-winning institutions. NUC described parastatals and institutions awarding certificate in unapproved programmes as engaging in practices “antithetical to time -tested quality assurance best practices”

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A bulletin from the office of the executive secretary of the commission announced the list of federal, state and private universities currently allowed to issue such certificates to students in Nigeria.

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