Attributable to worry of spreading Covid-19 on campus ,the Tutorial Employees Union of Universities (ASUU) Kaduna State College (KASU) chapter has cautioned in opposition to the college administration’s plan to reopen the varsity.
Like different establishments within the state, KASU has been shut for a number of months because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Nonetheless, ASUU-KASU chapter stated it isn’t but secure to reopen the establishment due to the worry that college students would possibly contract the virus as they are going to mingle freely amongst themselves throughout college hours.
Chairman of ASUU-KASU,Comrade Tukur Abdulkadir stated that some weeks in the past, 17 out of about 50 Medical college students who had been recalled for examination examined constructive to Covid-19.
“As you might be conscious, the administration of Kaduna State College has opened the college and plans to conduct examination starting from Monday, nineteenth of October, 2020.
“To this second, Kaduna State Authorities has not formally introduced the re-opening of tertiary establishments. Though the 2019/2020 educational session has been considerably affected by Covid-19 lockdown, re-opening the college at this materials time is tantamount to buying and selling the lives of scholars and workers for the conduct of the examination”, Tukur stated.