The Federal government on Thursday repeated that it had not guided schools to reopen.
Secretary to the Government of the federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, said this at a media instructions on Thursday.
The organization had been scrutinized by partners over reports that specialists were set to revive schools.
The Schools Of Instruction Scholastic Staff Association (COEASU) and the Scholarly Staff Association of Colleges (ASUU) gave harsh alerts.
Mustapha, Chairman of the Presidential Team (PTF) on the COVID-19, declared that the Government Service of Instruction would counsel all the more generally.
He stated: “For the shirking of questions, schools have not continued. Just basic assessment classes will be permitted to continue for the individuals who need amendment before assessments.”
The authority included that the Service of Training “will counsel further with partners before giving rules that will prompt full resumption”.
The SGF spoke to Nigerians “to keep on demonstrating understanding and to guarantee that their wards exploit electronic stages accommodated learning”.