Opening of Schools: Abia Holds Special Summit


 Abia State Government would  Thursday, July 30, 2020 in a special summit on education deliberate on modalities for reopening of private and public schools in the state to enable  exit class students in primary and secondary schools as well as final year students of tertiary institutions write their relevant local and international examinations.

The summit to be chaired by Governor Okezie Ikpeazu and holding at the Michael Okpara Auditorium of Government House, Umuahia would attract following syakeholders:


1. The Deputy Governor of Abia State

2. Secretary to the State Government

3. Chief of Staff to the Governor 

4. Chairman, Abia State House  of Assembly Committee on Education

5. The Honorable Commissioners for Education, Finance, Health, Justice, Works, Local Government  and Information.

6. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education

7. The Chairman, Abia State Council of Traditional Rulers and his Deputies 

8. The Vice Chancellor, Abia State University (ABSU), Uturu

9. Rectors of all Colleges and Polytechnics in Abia State


10. The Registrar, Examination Development Commission

11. Acting Chairman, Abia State Universal Basic Education Board (ASUBEB)

12. Acting Executive Secretary, Secondary Education Management Board (SEMB) and the Deputy Executive Secretaries 

13. The EXecutive Secretary, Hospitals Management Board (HMB)

14. The Executive Secretary, Abia State Primary Health Care Development Agency 

15.  State Chairman, Nigeria Medical Association (NMA)

16. Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Abia State Chapter

17. Presidents of Students Union Government of State owned tertiary institutions

18. State Chairmen of Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS) and  Association of Primary School Heads of Nigeria ( AOPSHON)

19. Three representatives of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Abia Chapter, drawn from the 3 senatorial zones of the state

20. Three representatives of National Association of Parent-Teacher Association of Nigeria (NAPTAN) drawn from the 3 senatorial zones of the state
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