The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools through her National President Chief Yomi Otubela on Monday said that the association had prepared its members for resumption in line with the Non-pharmaceutical preventive guidelines set by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control(NCDC). During the virtual press conference he outline their preparedness for resumption so as to take part in the West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination and other Examinations which did not hold like the terminal examination. The association said the decision of the Federal Government in the withdrawal of Nigeria’s participation in the West African Senior Secondary School Examination was not wise.
He said: “I can vouch for our members that have gone through safety measure in their schools. We are over 100 per cent ready for transitional classes to resume.
“NAPPS, as a responsive and responsible association, has shown its readiness to ensure the safe phased reopening of schools for SS3 and SS3 students in private schools in the country by ensuring member schools strictly adhere to the safety protocols recommended by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the school environment.