Nigeria Union of Teachers and Presidential Task force on COVID-19 yesterday expressed anxiety as schools across the country reopen today.
The reopening comes after four months of closure following the COVID-19 pandemic. Only students in exit classes are, however, allowed to resume to prepare for their terminal examinations.
The teachers said they were afraid measures put in place by federal and state governments were not enough to keep staff and children safe.
While the National President of Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Dr. Nasir Idris, expressed teachers’ worry in an interview with The Guardian yesterday in Abuja.
Read more: The Guardian