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It is hereby announced for the information of the general public, especially parents and guardians of students in JSS-3 and SSS-3 in Delta State, that the Delta State Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education in partnership with the Ministry of Information is organising a television and radio programme, tagged ‘Open Distance Learning Programme’ for students preparing for 2020 JSS 3 and WASSCE/NECO examinations.

This programme is to ensure that student learning does not stop during this period schools will be closured to check to the spread of COVID-19.

The free lessons in selected, core subjects will commence on Thursday, 2nd April 2020 and will run for four (4) weeks in the first instance on Delta Broadcasting Service, radio and television, Asaba and Warri; Monday to Friday daily from 9.00 am to 11.00 am.

Parents and Guardians are advised to make it possible for their children/wards to remain connected to the Delta Broadcasting Service, radio and television with their writing materials and listen to the free lessons.



Dona Obuseh
State Director of Information

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Delta State

Capital: Asaba


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P.M.B. 5001,
Asaba, Delta State. Nigeria

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Delta State (recognized on August 27, 1991) is an oil and agricultural producing state in Nigeria. It is situated in the region known as the South-South geo-political zone with a population of 4,112,445 (males: 2,069,309; females: 2,043,136). The capital city is Asaba, located at the northern end of the state, with an estimated area of 762 square kilometres (294 sq mi), while Warri is the economic nerve center of the state and also the most populated. It is located in the southern end of the state. The state has a total land area of 16,842 square kilometres (6,503 sq mi).

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