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Sit-at-home: FG Comments on Fate of South-East Students Who Missed WASSCE
Sit-at-home: FG Comments on Fate of Sout...

Sit-at-home: FG Comments on Fate of South-East Students Who Missed WASSCE

The Ministry of Education has clarified the fate of candidates who missed their exams during the 2021 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) due to the sit-at-home directive issued by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, noting that they will be given another... read more »

10 Bethel Baptist Students Freed, 21 Still In Bandits’ Captive
10 Bethel Baptist Students Freed, 21 Sti...

10 Bethel Baptist Students Freed, 21 Still In Bandits’ Captive

Bandits released ten students of Bethel Baptist School in Kaduna on Saturday with 21 others still being held captive. The Vice President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (19 Northern States and Abuja) and chairman of CAN in Kaduna State, Rev. John Joseph Hayab, confirmed this to Punch on... read more »

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UNIBEN Students Told To Resume As Univer...

UNIBEN Students Told To Resume As University Cancels ₦20,000 Registration F...

The Senate of the University of Benin, UNIBEN, has approved the removal of N20,000 late registration fee. Recall that the registration fee led to a two-day mass protest by the students which resulted in the shutting down of the institution. The Registrar of the university, Ademola Bobola,... read more »

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Strike: Uncertainty As FG Asks For Patie...

Strike: Uncertainty As FG Asks For Patience, ASUU Kicks

The Federal Government has asked the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, to halt its plan to embark on industrial action as the government is working on implementing its agreement with the union. The Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, stated this in an interview with... read more »

UNIBEN Shutdown After Students’ Protest Over Increased Fees
UNIBEN Shutdown After Students’ Protest ...

UNIBEN Shutdown After Students’ Protest Over Increased Fees

The management of the University of Benin has announced the immediate shutdown of the University following a protest by students. The closure was announced by the Vice-chancellor, Lilian Salami after students protested on Tuesday against the N20,000 hike in their tuition. The students, who alleged... read more »

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 Buhari Meets South-East Leaders in Imo

Insurgency: FG Commences Rebuilding Of Schools In Yobe

The Federal Government through the North East Development Commission (NEDC) has commenced the building of more schools in Yobe and other parts of the North-east. NEDC is a department of the... read more »

ASUU Calls On NASS To Pass The Bill To Amend NUC Act

ASUU Calls On NASS To Pass The Bill To Amend NUC Act

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU ) has called on the National Assembly to pass the Bill to amend the National Universities Commission Act to address the proliferation of state... read more »

JAMB Replies El-Rufai, Says Differential Cut-off Marks Not Awarded

JAMB Replies El-Rufai, Says Differential Cut-off Marks Not Awarded

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has debunked claims that it awards preferential cut-off marks to students who sit the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination from the... read more »

Lagos Government Announces School Resumption Dates

Lagos Government Announces School Resumption Dates

Lagos State Government has announced the resumption of schools for the year 2021/2022 academic session. Public and private schools are to resume on September 13; model colleges and upgraded... read more »

Edo Schools Set To Reopen Today

Edo Schools Set To Reopen Today

The Edo State Government has announced that schools in the state will resume for the 2021/2022 academic session on Monday, September 6, 2021. In a statement, Permanent Secretary, Edo State Ministry... read more »