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The federal government has said universities in the country can resume classes once they have put the necessary COVID-19 guidelines in place. 

The statement was made by, Suleiman Yusuf, the deputy executive secretary of academics for the National Universities Commission (NUC), at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, August 4, Premium Times reported. 

He said the commission is working with universities to discuss preparations that should be in place before reopening of the tertiary institutions. 

Another official of the NUC, Abubakar Rasheed, who serves as the executive secretary of the commission stated that the agency is already collecting data from universities to assess their preparedness to resume academic activities. 

He also disclosed that the NUC is trying to mediate with the Academic Staff Union of Universities' (ASUU) to resolve the strike by university lecturers.

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  • Date: Aug 05

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  • Date: Aug 06

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  • Date: Aug 06

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  • Date: Aug 06

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  • Date: Aug 06

may the Lord Jesus Christ let school resum this August oooo

  • Date: Aug 06

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  • Date: Aug 06

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  • Date: Aug 06

pls oooo abeg let dem open one yr can't waste

  • Date: Aug 06

don't open again I don't need school again