COVID-19 induced a sudden shift in the educational system, creating a move from the traditional classroom settings to the workable adaptation of online learning. Though many parents and guardians are still skeptical about how the virtual learning system will affect the Nigerian education sector, especially as it will affect their wards, some are adapting to the new learning system.
The announcement of the reopening of worship centres has been greeted with mixed reactions due to the continuous increase in the number of COVID-19 cases across Nigeria While some worship centres have embraced the announcement, others have decided against reopening, looking to continue their virtual services. So, will you be one of those worshipping at home or one of those doing so at a public place of worship?
As the world continues to seek for a lasting solution to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, researchers in the US are affirming that the virus can be transmitted through the eyes and are now suggesting what their counterparts in China had earlier suggested; that protection from the virus should extend to wearing goggles or face shields, not just facemasks.
Today, in ‘Inside Stuff,’ multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja discuss what the Orasanye Report signifies and how it’s adaption might create more problems for the government. He takes a critical look at the problems in the service that the report did not address.
Since the lifting of the coronavirus-induced lockdown of Lagos, Nigeria's most populous state is gradually getting back to life. GuardianTV had a chat with some of the metropolis' residents to know how they felt about the lockdown and the effect it had on their lives and businesses.
Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Ramadan is an unusual one for the Muslim community who are used to gathering together to pray and share meals as a community. Mosques around the world, including the holy sites in Mecca and Medina, have also been closed. These are a few of the reasons why this year's Ramadan is looking very different for adherents Islam around the world.
The world is currently facing a coronavirus pandemic for which there is no cure and most countries have gone on lockdown, with some urging their citizens to practice social distancing as a way of curbing the virus' spread. But some individuals have been flouting the rules of the lockdown in their respective countries. GuardianTV presents how nations have handled these transgressions.