Following the Federal Government’s directive that graduating students should resume on August 5 for their final examinations nationwide, the Federal Government College has reopened in Kano state.
Recall that the federal had closed schools and all education institutions nationwide following the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in the state.
However, the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, had directed that all outgoing students in government own schools should resume for their final examinations.
PRIME TIME NEWS has gathered that students in the FGC Kano have started resuming to prepare for their final-year examinations.
A source at the school said some of the students have returned while others are on the way.
The source said all the returning students are staying at the hostels as academic activities are yet to commence.
According to the source, adequate measures against COVID-19 have been put in place and the students have been complying with the directives.
“We have placed adequate measures against coronavirus. We have provided hand washing basins, hand sanitizers and liquid soaps.
” We will make sure all the students wear face mask during classes and other academic activities. Even the final exams like WAEC and NECO will be written under strict measures against COVID-19,” he said.