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Kano reopens tertiary institutions October,26

Kano state government has concluded all the necessary arrangement to reopen state-owned Tertiary institutions on October, 26th.

The State Commissioner for High Education Dr Mariya Mahmoud Bunkure announced this while addressing journalists on Monday on the resumption arrangement of Tertiary institutions in the state.

The Newshawk reports that the commissioner noted that the government has already provided all safety kits against the spread of the coronavirus, including hands sanitizer, facemasks among others.

She commended the efforts of the Heads of Tertiary Institutions in their effort to actualize the government’s desire.

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