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The at the policy meeting by the Registrar of , Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has been made available, and it contains statistical on the cumulative peformance of candidates in the 2019 UTME. The shows that 427,156 candidates scored 200 & above, while 1,787,368 scored 120 & above.

View the table below for more details on the cummalative performance of candidates in the 2019 UTME, as provided by the board.

S/N Cumulative Range  Total Number of Candidates
1 200 & above  427,156
2 190 & above  588,038
3 180 & above  788,817
4 170 & above 1,026,242
5 160 & above 1,283,259
6 150 and above 1,524,127
7 140 and above 1,694,048
8 130 and above 1,768,524
9 120 and above 1,787,368


source: Myschool. Ng


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”It is not true” Minister of state for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba dismisses claim of schools resuming on June 8 (Watch Video)




”It is not true” Minister of state for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba dismisses claim of schools resuming on June 8 (Watch Video) minister

Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, has dismissed reports making the rounds on social media that schools nationwide will be reopened for academic activities on Monday, June 8.


Nwajiuba who spoke at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 today May 27, said a statement that was alleged to have emanated from the task force directing the opening of schools, is not true.


He said the Federal government is being careful not to allow children return to schools and expose them to the virus. He added that the Ministry will follow the guidelines and advice from the Ministry of Health and the NCDC before schools can be reopened.


Watch the video of him speaking below


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BREAKING] School reopening: FG considers morning, afternoon classes




BREAKING] School reopening: FG considers morning, afternoon classes minister

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The Federal Government says it is thinking of sectionalising classes for primary, secondary, and tertiary institutions in the country ahead of reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, stated this on Wednesday during a briefing by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja.

The minister, who faulted the reports that schools would reopen in the country on June 8, said the government could not afford to take any costly risk, especially as it regards the safety of pupils and students in the country.

He said, “Until we are sure these children can go to school, return safely and not bring up with them COVID-19 and infect people who are more susceptible than they are, then we are running a huge risk and God forbid, in our hurry, something happens to our children, I am not sure how anybody will be able to retrieve what has been lost.”

Nwajiuba said  being guide  the advice of experts as well as those of the World Health Organisation, noting that the decision to reopen schools in the country would be carefully arrived at because education is on the concurrent list of the Nigerian Constitution

He appealed to private owners of schools in the country to co-operate with the government in ensuring the safe reopening of schools in the country.

“We are going to publish a specification on what we expect COVID-19 or post-COVID-19 reopening to look like. We are not talking about coping with COVID-19 but in spite of COVID-19, we expect that we will adapt.

“For a country that has over 115,000 primary schools, you will understand that 35,000 of these who are private must agree to set up the same standard in other to allow children to go in.

“We may have classes in the morning and classes in the afternoon so that we will have the whole of the infrastructure divided provided they can serve us. I am not sure we will have classes at night. But we can do with morning and afternoon for now,” he explained.

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