School Resumption: An Open Letter To All Nigerian Students Over Insecurity BussNG
School Resumption: An Open Letter To All Nigerian Students Over InsecurityBussNG
Dec 26, 2020 9:46 AM
There is no one cause of insecurity; many factors can lead to the condition. Insecuritymay stem from a traumatic event, crisis such as divorce or bankruptcy, or a loss.
It can also result from one's environment, as unpredictability or upset in daily life cancause anxiety and insecurity about ordinary, routine events.
However, It is not longer a news that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has finally suspended it longtime strike.
The industrial action was conditionally calls off, said by the national leader of the union.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) president, prof Biodun Ogunyemi made this public on Wednesday 23rd, December at Abuja.
He added that the strike calls off will take effect as from Thursday 24th of December, 2020. Which shows that the public university students are resuming soon.
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All Nigerian schools that are closed because of Christmas and New Year Festival Holiday are expected to resume next year January 2021.
Even though the Federal Government has ordered the colosure of some places which include Market, Schools, and other over crowned places so as to prevent/stopped the spread the global infection Covid-19.
This shows that all Nigerian schools including the public universities may not resume next year January 2021 as a result of the Federal Government Covid-19 order.
Also the insecurity problem may cause Nigerian schools not to resume in due time, because many terrorist group attacks different places across the country.
They killed, injure and kidnapped inoccent people without any tangible reason of doing so.
Recall that, their are over 300 Kastina students who are abducted by unconfirmed gun men groups. Many attacks are usually reported daily.
The Federal Government has not taken any reasonable action concerning the insecurity challenge. Can the schools resume like that?
Absolutely no, because their is no students or teacher that would risk his/her life to Bandits.
As regard to this, all Nigerian students should take note of the following;
1. All Nigerian schools may not resume next year January 2021 as expected, due to insecurity and the pandemic virus.
2. All Nigerian schools should cooperate together so as to reach the Federal Government, concerning the insecurity challenges across the nation.
3. All Nigerian should please include our beloved country situation in their prayer, most especially Insecurity and the second wave of Covid-19.
Finally, I would advice all Nigerians students to calm down as the holiday may not take long as the just 2020 lockdown. Stay safe and abide the covid-19 rules.
I sincerely hope this letter will find its way to all Nigerian students and also Federal Government.
What can you say over this important written article? Did you really believe school would resume January 2021? Drop your comment below.
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