SIT-AT HOME: South-East To Replace Saturday With Monday As Anambra, Enugu Orders Schools To Open On Saturdays 


Due to the sit-at-home order by the Indigenous People of Biafra on every Monday in the South-East which has affected academic activities in the Eastern part of the country, Anambra and Enugu State Government have ordered her schools to convert Saturdays as school day to replace Monday.

Although, the Monday sit-at-home order was lifted by IPOB but fear of the unknown gunmen has deprived people from coming out.

In Anambra, Saturday classes will commence on October 30, 2021 according to a memo from the government that has been released.

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Titled, ‘Anambra State Government Approves Saturday as School Day.’ The memo reads “I am directed by the Executive Secretary to inform you that the Anambra State Govt. has approved Saturdays as school days in place of Mondays.

“All HMs are to notify teachers, pupils as well as parents about the new development. Quality Assurance supervision and every other supervision henceforth will hold on Saturdays.

“Every game permission for absent from classes on Saturdays must be addressed to the Executive Chairman ASUBBEB through the Executive Secretary following due process. Saturday classes will commence on 30/10/21 ie next week.”

Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Don Adinuba, clarified on Sunday, October 25, that “the measure is to enable our pupils to learn as much as possible in a safe environment.”

Enugu and some other South-East states which could not immediately confirm are said to have similarly switched the school day from Monday to Saturday.


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