By Caleb Ijioma
The management of Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY), an Ogun State-owned Polytechnic, has directed all students to resume on the 21st of September. This is in line with the Ogun state directive to reopen all schools in the state.
Recall that on the 8th of September, the Ogun State Government directed schools in the state to fully reopen from September 21, 2020.
In a release signed by the Director of Student Affairs, Mr Otuewu Opeyemi, and obtained by EDUTORIAL, lectures will commence immediately but staggered.
“Sequel to the news release by the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, MFR on the resumption of schools after a long break occasioned by the Novel CoronaVirus (COVID-19), The management has directed that all students of the Institution should resume on Monday 21st Sept 2020”
“In view of this development, lectures shall commence with immediate effect but staggered”
The management also enjoined all students to pay the necessary fees and complete their registrations upon resumption to avert unnecessary penalty
“Students are therefore advised to do the needful (pay necessary fees and complete their registration) upon resumption to avert unnecessary penalty.
Students are also to note that the use of face masks is SACROSANCT. “No face mask, no entry”
More details later.