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Dates For School Resumptions In Different States In Nigeria

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The Nigeria School Resumption 2021 dates for states in Nigeria.

States School Resumption Date 2021

Lagos January 18, 2021

Abia January 11, 2021

Kogi January, 18, 2021

Osun Until further notice

Akwa- Ibom January 4, 2021

Benue January 18, 2021

Anambra January 18, 2021

FCT – PTF- Unity schools(Federal Government colleges) January 18, 2021

Kwara January 18, 2021 (For Nursery, Primary, Secondary Schools).

January 11, 2021 (For Tertiary institutions)

Plateau January 18, 2021

Bauchi January 18, 2021

Nasarawa January 4, 2021

Yobe January 18, 2021

Rivers January 4, 2021

Bayelsa January 11, 2021

Ebonyi January 18, 2021 (For Nursery, Primary, Secondary Schools), January 4, 2021 (For Tertiary institutions)

Ekiti January 18, 2021

Ogun January 18, 2021

Zamfara January 4, 2021

Gombe January 11, 2021

Delta January 11, 2021

Note: Other states will be added as soon as the resumption date is release.

All boarders are to resume a day before the resumption date.

School Resumption Date 2021 PTF – 18th of January 2021

The Presidential Task Force (P.T.F) concerning Covid-19 has ordered that all schools in Nigeria remain close until January 18, 2021. This is to reduce the spread of Covid-19 second wave. The presidential task force has appealed to everyone to comply with the new directive.

Unity schools (Federal Government colleges) borders will resume on the 17th of January 2021 while day students will resume on the 18th of January 2021 for the 2020/2021 academic session.

School Resumption Date 2021 Abia State – January 11th, 2021

Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia has approved the reopening of all schools in the state on Monday, January 11, for the continuation of the first term 2020/2021 academic session.

Mr. Nwangwa directed all school heads and proprietors to ensure the observance of COVID-19 protocols for the safety of teachers and students.

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