The Federal Government of Nigeria yesterday said it will put over all
schools activities in the country until the Ebola virus issue in the
country dies down.
As a preventive measures against the killer virus that has already
killed 5 in Lagos, all private and public schools' resumption has been
postponed till October 13, 2014.
Hear what Education minister, Ibrahim Shekarau said during a meeting
of senior teachers in Nigeria yesterday.
"All primary and secondary schools in private and public sectors are
to remain closed until Monday, October 13.This is to ensure that
adequate preventive measures are put in place before students
resume," he said.
Before now, Nigerian students had been scheduled to return to school
on the 15th of September.

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The Federal Government of Nigeria yesterday said it will put over all
schools activities in the country until the Ebola virus issue in the
country dies down.
As a preventive measures against the killer virus that has already
killed 5 in Lagos, all private and public schools' resumption has been
postponed till October 13, 2014.
Hear what Education minister, Ibrahim Shekarau said during a meeting
of senior teachers in Nigeria yesterday.
"All primary and secondary schools in private and public sectors are
to remain closed until Monday, October 13.This is to ensure that
adequate preventive measures are put in place before students
resume," he said.
Before now, Nigerian students had been scheduled to return to school
on the 15th of September.

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