The state education commissioner Folasade Adefisayo said about 10,000 radio sets will be given to pupils in underserved areas. Source: UGC According to her, the partnership will facilitate a way of getting free or subsidised data for private schools as academic activities continue from homes. “I started crowdfunding efforts with our partners to buy radios and we will start distribution of 10,000 radios tomorrow so that the children can join radio lessons," Adefisayo said. “So far, the children have been responding to their teachers on Whatsapp. As for the other devices, the devices from our partners, it has been programmed so that it is only the curriculum that is on them.” Aliyu's position came on the heels of the decision of the federal government announcing "a safe reopening" of schools for the graduating classes nationwide. The PTF coordinator said the government cannot afford to sabotage its efforts by reopening the tertiary institution. He added that all measures recommended and approved by President Muhammadu Buhari were geared towards flattening the curve of Covid-19 crisis.