Nigeria’s schools still closed, effects on children uncertain

Schools in Nigeria are still out, raising concerns about what the future holds for millions of children.

The disruption of schooling in Nigeria is raising concerns over the future of millions of children.

Schools were shut four months ago, and cannot reopen as coronavirus cases are rising.

Only a few schools have been able to offer online learning, which means that most children have not been able to continue their lessons.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Abuja, Nigeria.