NANS SOUTH WEST ZONE SET TO SENSITIZE MEMBERS VIRTUALLY.

National Association of Nigerian Students Southwest Zone (NANS ZONE D) is the umbrella and the apex students decision making body for all Students studying in South West Geopolitical Zone of the country invites all progressive Nigerian Students in the zone and beyond to a 3-DAY ONLINE SYMPOSIUM.

There is no gain saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the course of our lives as individuals and students. Physical academic activities had been placed on an indefinite hold for months throughout the country. The adverse effects of the pandemic outbreak is felt in every aspect of our lives.

It therefore becomes imperative for us all to begin on the path of recovery as no one sees the end of the health war. We must find a way to live and survive with the virus.

As parts of proactive measures to sensitize and educate students on how to manage the pandemic situation while forging ahead with our academic and other life pursuits in general, the leadership of the most ideological Zone of NANS has organise the carefully packaged and intense online symposium for her members across all institutions within and beyond the Southwest Zone.

The 3-days symposium Themed;
”COVID-19 AND THE NIGERIAN EDUCATION SECTOR” has been slated to hold between 25th and 27th of July, 2020.
Below are Sub-Themes to be taken

Day 1:
Thursday
7:45pm-8:45pm

IS COVID-19 TRULY REAL?
PREVENTIVE MEASURES AND GUIDELINES AGAINST THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 IF SCHOOLS SHOULD BE RE-OPENED.

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Day 2:
Friday
7:45pm-8:45pm

EFECTS OF COVID-19 ON NIGERIAN STUDENTS AND THE ENTIRE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM.

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Day 3:
Saturday
7:45pm-8:45pm

ROLES OF STUDENTS LEADERS IN CURBING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

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Distinguished speakers to special session includes

  • Mr. Agboola Habib
    Dean, Student Affairs and Senior
    Lecturer,
    Department of Health Promotion and
    Education,
    Ogun State College of Health
    Technology, Ilese-Ijebu, Ogun State.
  • Mrs. Mayokun Akporterabor
    Strategic HR Consultant/Media
    Consultant.
  • Comrade Kappo Olawale Samuel
    Coordinator,
    NANS South West Zone.

The Symposium shall be held on various students WhatsApp groups across the Zone to ensure ease of attendance.

The link to join the platform for the program will be made public a day to the said date.

It promises to be educative, informative and refreshing experience.

Until all are Freed,
All remain Slaves.

E-signed:
COMRADE OLADIMEJI UTHMAN ”DAN FODIO”
DEPUTY COORDINATOR,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS (NANS),
SOUTH WEST ZONE (NANS ZONE D).

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