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Friday, February 08, 2019

FG Announces Mid-term Break For Schools Ahead of Forth Coming Presidential Election...

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, on Friday officially announced Feb. 15 to 19 as a mid-term break for students of all the Unity Schools across the country.





“The essence of this break is to enable parents have maximum time to go and cast their votes and have the freedom to bring their children and wards back to school.

“Even if the child is not of voting age, the parent is of voting age. The break is only for presidential elections. There is no break for governorship elections,” he said.

From pm news

37 comments:

  1. Am so happy, I'll have time to rest. Teaching job isn't easy at all.

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    1. And we parents are crying. Lol.
      Teachers una dey try sha

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    2. ok no wahala let's allow their teachers some space

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    3. My dear I keep telling my children’s teachers that they are strong. I no fit. Just 2 I get and I dey tire. God give Una strength.

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    4. so it is only teachers dat will vote abi.what happened to parents dat work in other sectors.Our govt doesnt think

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  2. This is a good one and a nice decision. This election will be hot, a clash of the titans and a survival of the fittest.

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  3. from bv O cube ----my boys are a year old today and only God made it possible.I have learned to appreciate mothers more because its not easy taking care of a child talk more of twin. Please manage this little token of airtime as I celebrate my children. Airtel: 1693 7264 0797 9305 1097 8333 3049 6813 1059 1377 9948 7870 1532 4590 5768 9231 1212 5916 3499 3952.

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  4. Good one...awon fastest fingers, una wehdone

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  5. Wait oo is the break for both primary,secondary and tertiary schools.

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  6. people hand fast oooooo.

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  7. In fact I just dey vex for this long break, they didn't even consider working parents esp mothers. It is well oh

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    1. Na wah for you u o. You no just get shame at all. Na teacher u born your children for?
      Teachers shouldn't rest because of the tashere school fees you pay. Nonsense. quit your job and take care of your children yourself.

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    2. Anno 12:50, why are you this bitter? If you need a job why don't you pray to the giver of jobs to grant you one. Why should students be granted long breaks and parent shouldn't be huh? Instead of been angry at your post I feel enormous pity for you. May God add sweetness to your life cos you are obviously bitter.

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  8. God’s grace and blessings on your cuties. 🎊💕

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  9. They should also include workers in the public holiday.

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  10. Happy birthday to them...may God bless them,protect them in jesus name Amen

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  11. the short hols is good at least people will have time to rest

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  12. Yaaaah our Prin Prin will come back. Can't wait to be free

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  13. Unity Schools are Federal Govt Colleges.......

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  14. Stella unity schools are just federal govt schools.
    I think there was one realesedby min of edu that by wed d break starts

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    1. I don't think all private schools will obey

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  15. They're expecting trouble regarding the elections and this is a way of minimising casualties or covering their backs. Unity schools are federal government colleges. When you drop off your child at a unity college, you have physically and legally put them in the hands of the federal government. If anything were to happen to the children while they're in the custody of the federal government - especially if it were to happen on a mass scale - there will be a lot of p*ssed off parents across Nigeria. And it will be a public relations nightmare. This is a very bad sign, oh.

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  16. It's very important, everyone will be on the safe side.

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  17. Africa let there be light.
    The fear of unruly politicians the beginning of wisdom.

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  18. Enter your comment... Good Good.

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  19. God help this country o

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  20. I hope this applies to private schools as well, risking children lives for election, is not worth it

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  21. Where is the source of the information? frivolous

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  22. Enter your comment...congrats madam

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  23. This is actually the right step to take. Private schools are going on 2 mid term breaks. One for presidential and another for governorship. Companies are already restricting movement of production during this period and strong security measures have been sent out to staffs to ensure their safety. We cannot foresee what will happen so everyone needs to be extra security conscious .

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