The Niger Delta University for a second time has closed down all academic activities owing to the “stay at home” appeal from the State government after initially suspending its operations.

Recall that the management of the institution had on the 20th March, 2020 suspended academic and non-academic activities as a result of FG partial shutdown which the VC announced via the institution owned NDU Radio 98.1FM.

Currently, owing to the directive of the Bayelsa State government on the management of the current pandemic, the university has released another bulletin ordering total closure of university activities as from Friday 27th, March 2020, till further notice leaving just skeletal functions of the institution.

Breaking: Niger Delta University Suspend Academic Activities In Line With FG Directive

For students, this means their ongoing exams before the initial suspension still remains lifted pending when normalcy is restored.

The university management urged all staff to abide by the directives of the state government and stay safe.

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Academic institutions across the nation are currently facing tough times as activities has to be suspended till further notice. This will have a significant effect on academic calendars, admissions, examinations and virtually all aspect of academic life across the nation.

However, it is hoped that this pandemic is won on time to allow things go back to normalcy.

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