Former Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Shehu Sani has warned of the dangers inherent in reopening of schools in the country considering the continued threats of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a post on his official twitter handle, the Human Rights activist argued that it was too early and dangerous to reopen schools across the country.
According to Sani, parents cannot afford to bear the psychological experience of having their children in schools when the coronavirus spread appears unabated.
Sani in his twit wrote, “It’s too early and dangerous to contemplate reopening schools, particularly primary and secondary schools at this material time.
“No parent will psychologically be at peace to let their children out at times like this. We can make up for the loss of time, not life.”