The Chairman of ASUU at the University of Jos,  Dr Lazarus Maigoro, said the association was concerned about the second wave of COVID-19.

He, therefore, urged the management of the university to ensure compliance with COVID-19 protocols on resumption.

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Maigoro who expressed concern over the second wave of COVID-19 said his members expected  the university authority to comply with the COVID-19 protocols to contain the spread of the disease in the institution.

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The Senate of UNIJOS will on Monday (today) hold a meeting to decide whether the institution will reopen for academic activities on January 18, 2021.

The institution’s  Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications,  Abdullahi Abdullahi, disclosed this to one of our correspondents in Jos on Sunday.

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Abdullahi said, “We don’t know yet when UNIJOS will resume. The Senate will be meeting tomorrow (Monday) and that is where they will decide when the institution will reopen.”

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