We’ll Ensure Safety Measures Across Schools Before Resumption – Delta State

ACADEMIC activities will not resume until adequate safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are put in place across schools in Delta State.

Commissioner for Information Mr. Charles Aniagwu stated this while briefing reporters in Warri, adding that schools may not open next week.

Reports had indicated that primary and secondary schools were to resume on Monday, June 8.

But, Aniagwu noted that necessary precautions, including fumigation of schools’ environment, have to be done before pupils and students could return to classrooms.


“Schools might not resume next week. We will put all measures in place before children will be allowed to resume academic activities.


“We will fumigate the schools to ensure the safety of our children. So, schools might not resume next week,” the commissioner stated.

The Nation visited some personal and public colleges situated in Warri and noticed that there have been but to be indicators of preparation for resumption.

Most had been abandoned and stuffed with overgrown weeds, particularly public colleges.

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