January 28, 2021

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Nigerian Universities to reopen on January 18

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The Nigerian Universities Commission has directed the Nigerian University Vice-Chancellors to reopen the institutions on January 18 in line with the Presidential Task Force Directive on Covid 19.

Nigerian Universities have been shut down for nine months following a nine months strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities.

In a statement released, the deputy executive secretary (Administration) of the NUC, Chris Maiyaki, mandated officers on Grade Level 12 and below to remain at home for a period of five weeks as earlier directed by the federal government.

He urged university authorities to safeguard lives by strictly adhering to the extant safety protocols and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) guidelines, which have been communicated severally to the Nigerian University System through NUC’s circulars.

“I am to add that universities on resumption of academic activities, must under no circumstance violate the full cycle of the semester system, consistent with the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) approved by the NUC, as well as other extant quality assurance standards and guidelines,” the statement added.

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