After seven months of educational shutdown brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kano State authorities has introduced twenty sixth October 2020 for the re-opening of state-owned tertiary establishments.
The State Commissioner of Larger Schooling, Dr Mariya Mahmoud Bunkure revealed this on Monday in the state. He mentioned the state authorities has concluded all association and brought the mandatory measures in phrases of fumigation and supplied all private protecting tools towards the unfold of the COVID-19 illness in the colleges
“We have now resolved to re-open the colleges primarily based on achievement recorded on the variety of lively instances of COVID-19 which has dropped in the state in addition to the directive by the Presidential Job Pressure Committee to re-open the colleges,’’ he mentioned.
Whereas commending the governor’s efforts in the combat towards the pandemic, Dr Bunkure talked about that the federal government held a gathering with schooling stakeholders to assess their stage of preparedness.