The Federal Government has said that schools may revive in the nation after the prohibition on interstate development has been lifted.
The legislature said that it was been mindful so as not to lead Nigerians into potential harm as Nigeria keeps on recording expanded cases.
It brought up that a few nations that opened schools speedily shut them when their cases spiked.
Clergyman of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba expressed this during the instructions by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja on Monday.
He expressed that the administration had not distributed any date for school reviving as being theorized on the internet based life.
The government had in March closed all schools in the nation as a major aspect of measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
The pastor stated: “We need to open when it is sheltered to do as such. We have found out about neighboring nations that opened and shut. We have found out about cases spiking with youngsters getting into school. Of the considerable number of things I will get a kick out of the chance to do, I won’t prefer to explore different avenues regarding your kids.
“We need a circumstance where once we are certain it is protected, we would then be able to bring them into school.
“I have quite recently completed a gathering with the agents of WAEC and NABTEB and I see how that stresses our folks right now and how on edge our kids are to realize what next.
“When those responsible for the bar lift it in light of the fact that its absolutely impossible we can open our schools if educators can’t come.
“Thus, we are taking a gander at some place after the interstate lockdown is lifted. Since we will require that sort of transparency for the youngsters to move.”