The Kaduna State Government has on Tuesday the 27 of July refuted reports of “indefinite” suspension of school resumptions across the states.Hon. Shehu Muhammad, Kaduna State Commissioner for education, described the information as fake news. These where his words:
“The attention of the Kaduna State Ministry of Education has been alerted to the fake news circulating across the states, saying that the State Government has suspended the resumption of schools across the state indefinitely.
“The purported report attributed to the state governor, Nasir El-Rufai declares that the State Governor made the statement while addressing a stakeholders’ meeting on Monday.
“That school resumption is suspended due to the ongoing aggressive military operations against kidnappers in the state. “The Ministry of Education wishes to let the public know that the information is false and lacks any basis as the governor was neither in a meeting with stakeholders, nor made any disclosure of such nature to anyone,” Mr Muhammad said.
Insidegistblog gathered that the ministry had in a statement on July 15, announced that schools would be closed for three weeks beginning from July 16. This, he explained, was to enable the state to review the 2020/2021 Academic Calendar so that normal school activities could continue afterward.
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