Boarding schools are expected to open to students on Sunday while academic activities will begin on Monday.
Bello made this known while briefing journalists in Abuja, on Thursday.
According to the Ministry, guidelines will soon be released and the academic calendar will cover the third term that was left due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
He also revealed that the FCT did not record any case during the reopening of schools for exit classes.
The Minister expressed optimism that officials and pupils will ensure compliance with COVID-19 protocols once the schools reopen.
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