Obaseki reduced school days to 3 in Edo
Governor Obaseki led government of Edo State Government has reduced school days to three in week. This is part of efforts to cushion the impact of fuel subsidy removal.
The Chairperson of the Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Ozavize Salami said this in Benin City on Friday after a meeting between the state’s Head of Service Anthony Okungbowa and other government officials.
Friday’s meeting was to liaise over the government’s directive that public and civil servants should work thrice weekly following the removal of subsidy.
“For the three-day work week, we tried to cluster the school learning days into the first three days of the week. We did not want any gaps for administrative reasons. So, children will come on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in all basic education schools across the state,” she noted.
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