Covid-19: ASUU says it’s unsafe for universities to reopen now

Covid-19: ASUU says it’s unsafe for universities to reopen now

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has expressed concerns over the safety of Nigerian University student, as it says it’s unsafe for University activities to resume.

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The union said it has assessed COVID-19 protocols in Nigerian universities and it is still unsafe to reopen them as the government has not put measures in place to that effect.

The union disclosed this on Sunday, January 10, in reaction to the directive of the National Universities Commission, NUC, asking universities to resume on January 18, 2021.

According to ASUU, although its members were ready to start work, the government had not put measures in place for the safe reopening of the varsities across the country.

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