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Army hands over arrested TASUED students to EFCC, NANS kicks

“the Nigerian Army should be too busy fighting insecurity across the country than pursuing petty criminals and causing unrest in our campuses by creating avoidable and unnecessary drama through an excessive show of force.”

Pro-Osinbajo group revives dream of indigent students in Ondo, Osun states

The visit was part of the ongoing donation of educational materials to students of public schools across the nation by the organisation. The exercise was kick-started recently in Nasarawa and Niger states in the North-central geopolitical zone.

Polytechnics to shutdown as ASUP threatens another strike

In view of the unsatisfactory status of the implementation of the Union’s MoA signed with the government in April 2021, the Nigerian public should hold the government and its agencies responsible for any other breakdown of industrial harmony in the sector as our Union and her members have shown considerable patience and restraint.

FEDPOFFA Alumni Association to honour Govs AbdulRazaq, Bello

The Federal Polytechnic Offa Alumni Association held a virtual press conference on November 29, following her this year's edition of fundraising...

Abia Poly shuts down as Ikpeazu condemns shooting of protesting students

Shooting at unarmed students who were protesting the alleged sexual assault of one of them by a police officer is against all known and recognized rules of engagement by law enforcement officers who could have employed other means other than deadly force to disperse the protesting students”.

Attacks: Low students, teachers attendance mars school resumption in Kaduna

Many who spoke to our correspondent blamed poor attendance of students and teachers on fear of bandit attacks as there are no proper security arrangements and lack of interest on the part of some parents to enroll their wards in Kaduna schools.

Breaking: Suspected aggrieved WAEC candidates raze Benue school

Records of candidates dating to as far back as 1990s were said to have been destroyed with other valuables during the incident

Buhari reappoints Oloyede as JAMB Registrar

“President Muhammadu Buhari, has, upon the recommendation of Education Minister, Adamu Adamu, approved the reappointment of the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Olanrewaju Oloyede and the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Prof. Abubakar Adamu Rasheed.

Buhari promises 50% rise in education budget despite 5.5% allocation in 2021

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) recommends that 15 to 20 percent of annual budget should be allocated to education in developing countries.

COVID-19 responsible for students’ low scores in 2021 UTME ― School Director

“Government should ensure that the capacity of teachers are strengthened. And they should fund the public schools efficiently to be competitive with the private sector”.

Buhari approves establishment of Agricultural institute in Nasarawa

“In fact I woke up this morning extremely happy because last night I receive the approval from Mr President for the setting up of the Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Development Institute right here in Lafia.

FG appoints chancellors, governing councils of federal universities

The minister disclosed that following the expiration of tenures of governing councils of thirteen federal universities and Inter-University Centres (IUCs) on May 8, the Federal Government also approved the reconstitution of their councils to avoid any empty in the governance of the institutions.

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Emefiele must quit, INEC materials are kept in CBN gov’s custody – Lawyer

“According to Section 9 of the CBN Act, 2007, the apex bank governor must not venture into any other vocation while in office and must resign in writing to the President if he nursed such intention. There are more than enough reasons Emefiele must go now for the credibility of the bye-elections, the Ekiti and Osun governorship elections as well as the 2023 elections.”

Legal tussle as APC orders aspirants to sign ‘WITHDRAWAL LETTER’ along with nomination forms

Explaining why the ruling party inserted a withdrawal sheet for aspirants that procured nomination and expression of interest forms, APC’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr Felix Morka, in a chat with newsmen argued that the measure was in tandem with the party’s constitution and the Electoral Amendment Act 2022.

NDLEA uncovers N22Billion worth of Tramadol imported by Ukatu

Ukatu through his Mallinson Group of companies imported into the country two-conatiner loads of five different brands of Tramadol in October 2019 through the Apapa ports in Lagos. All the evidences so far gathered show that the imported Tramadol brands were far above the threshold permitted to be imported into Nigeria.

Why EFCC must investigate all public officers that procured APC presidential form with 100M

It is on this note that I call on the EFCC and all other concerned government agencies in Nigeria to do the needful and investigate the Ministers and others who subsequently purchase the APC Presidential nomination and interest form for ₦100 million because it raises a clear suspicion as to the sources of their wealth especially considering the office being aspired to pays less salary cumulatively in a single tenure than the actual cost of declaration. Failure of the EFCC to investigate the source of their respective N100M will set a dangerous precedent and only send a message to the world that the agency’s is weak and has compromised on its primary mandate. The agency must fine-comb through the candidacy and campaign of all of the presidential aspirants notably those in the APC who have not batted an eyelid in paying the ransom called the nomination fee of their party.