FG orders closure of unity schools, ahead of elections


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Pupils of the 104 federal government colleges may be asked to proceed on a clear stage by Wednesday as a results of the Gregorian calendar month 16 presidential election in the country, sources at the Federal Ministry of Education have same.

Our correspondent learnt that the anticipated holiday would enable pupils to remain safely at home and forestall them from becoming victims of unrest related to the election amount.

When contacted, the Federal Ministry of Education’s spokesperson, Mr ben Goong, said the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, would make a formal announcement on the holidays for the unity schools at a briefing scheduled to hold on (today) Friday.

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He said, “I wanted to announce the time of holidays on Thursday, but the minister will be having the weekly briefing by Friday and he can talk about it.”

Calls put across to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr sonny Echono, rang out twice on Thursday afternoon.

Sources, however, said the holidays for the election period could most likely commence on weekday.

One of them said, “The centralized faculties should proceed on break, starting from weekday. Informally, some of the pupils have already started movement. Most private schools in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, may also be shut around Thursday. Earlier in the week, some universities and better institutions had announced election break. Therefore, government-owned colleges ought to follow suit by next week.”
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