Unity schools to reopen October 12
The Federal Government says all unity schools will reopen on October 12.
The government shut the schools in March to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
During a media briefing on Friday morning, education minister Adamu Adamu said the unity schools, a chain of 21 high schools run by the federal government, have been asked to reopen.
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