Coronavirus: North-West Governors To Shutdown Schools For 30 Days


As the noble coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, Northwest Zone Governors Forum have converged in Kaduna and resolved to close down schools in their states for 30 days.

In a communique read by the Chairman of the Forum and Katsina State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari, after a closed-door meeting with security chiefs at Sir Kashim Ibrahim House to review security strategies and fight against banditry, he said the decision to close down the schools became imperative, to prevent the spread of COVID 19 disease across the northwest.

MUST READ:  Terrorists May Attack National Assembly – Management Cries Out

Governor Masari said the closure will take effect from Monday 23rd of March 2020.

He said the governors will meet with examination boards go discuss the school’s closure.

They also advised the general public to avoid unnecessary gatherings, urging them to maintain good respiratory hygiene.

Present at the meeting is the governors of Katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto, Jigawa, Kebbi, Kaduna, and Niger States, while Kano deputy governor Nasiru Gawuna represented governor Umar Ganduje.

MUST READ:  UPCOMING ARTISTE – If You Get A Job Paying You 400k Monthly, Would You Stop Music?

Also among the states to implement the closure is Kwara state, whose governor was absent at the meeting.

The post Coronavirus: North-West Governors To Shutdown Schools For 30 Days appeared first on Naijaloaded | Nigeria's Most Visited Music & Entertainment Website.

Source: News update


23 thoughts on “Coronavirus: North-West Governors To Shutdown Schools For 30 Days

Leave a Reply

Next Post

BREAKING NEWS!!! Nigeria Records Five New Coronavirus Cases (SEE DETAILS)

Wed Mar 18 , 2020
Post Views: 243 221 ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ CLICK TO DOWNLOAD JETHITMUSIK MOBILE APP ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ Nigeria has confirmed five new cases of the coronavirus in four weeks but has not recorded any death. The latest cases bring the total confirmed cases so far to eight. All 5 cases had a travel history to […]
Copyright All right reserved Theme: Default Mag by ThemeInWP