Schools to remain closed till further notice ― Anambra govt

Anambra State government has announced that all schools in the state remain closed till further notice.

This was contained in a statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, State Ministry of Education, Mr Linus Nwankwo, titled; Extension of Schools Recess in Anambra State.

The statement read: “This is to bring to the notice of all concerned especially parents, education stakeholders, Principals, Headteachers, teachers, pupils, students etc., that the current recess of schools is hereby extended till further notice.

By this announcement, all public, private and mission schools in Anambra State are to remain on recess until further notice.

An assessment of the situation will be done by Wednesday, October 28th, 2020.

This is being done in the interest of the safety of our school children and all are directed to please comply, the statement concluded.

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