University of Maiduguri Willing to Resume Despite Boko Haram Threats

February 14, 2015 1:06 pm

staff and students have been asked to return to
school on March 2 for the second semester of its 2014/2015 academic
session despite apprehension and security threat posed by .

The institutions Chief Information Officer, Malam Ahmed Mohammed, said
academic activities will start in earnest on the announced date as
scheduled in the school’s calendar.

“This is to inform all students, parents, guardians and staff that the
University of Maiduguri will re-open for the 2nd semester, 2014/2015
session on Monday March 2,
2015 as contained in the university’s calendar,”
“Accordingly, lectures will resume on the same day while examinations for the will begin on June 22, 2015.”

The Nigerian Army has in recent weeks repelled several daring attempts
to take over the capital city, Maiduguri. Also, yesterday, a suicide
attack carried out by a female bomber left at least seven people dead in
Biu town of Borno state.

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