NEWS- Final year students at secondary schools in Nigeria will resume classes next week ahead of their examinations, the government has announced.
The Ministry of Education said the students would report back on August 4th and sit for the West Africa Examinations from August 17th.
The West Africa Examinations are school completion tests done by students from five English-speaking countries – Ghana, Sierra Leone, The Gambia, Nigeria and Liberia.
Final year students in Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia and The Gambia have already been at school preparing for the exams.
The revalation comes just a day after Nigeria discharged 829 Coronavirus patients on Monday July 27th 2020, the highest number to be discharged in a single-day, according to its centre for disease control (NCDC).
The country has so far recorded 18,203 recoveries from the virus.
The government on Monday announced 648 new Coronavirus cases bringing the total number to 41,180.
NCDC urged Nigerians to follow the guidelines to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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