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Yabatech loses school Director to COVID-19, shuts hostels

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Mr. M.A.O Omoighe, the Director of Academic Planning of the Yaba College of Technology in Lagos Nigeria, died of complications from Coronavirus disease, a statement reported by the institution’s Academic Board on Tuesday. Omoighe died in an unidentified hospital on Sunday, January 24, 2021.

The Board has directed all lectures to be delivered online following the growth, while students will vacate their hostels no later than Thursday, this week. The Board’s announcement, as seen by a correspondent on Tuesday, also directed all staff members in the Instructional Preparation Unit to go on two weeks of self-isolation.

At the emergency meeting held on Tuesday, 26 January 2021, the Academic Board approved the following measures: the College should urgently return to online instruction.

Lecturers can supply students with lecture notes in advance and use the online time to illustrate the lectures. For online lectures, lecturers should follow an acceptable modality.

Improved modalities for developing e-learning should be carried out by the Centre for Information Technology and Management, CITM, and Adaptive Skills Development, FSD.

Meetings of more than 10 participants can be organized on a simulated basis. Students can depart hostels before Thursday at the latest. “The atmosphere would be decontaminated by administrators.

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There are alternate days for staff to report to the workplace. For two weeks, the Academic Preparation Team would shut down for staff to go on self-isolation. “The medical center will also close for two weeks, “the announcement read.

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