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Kogi Poly security operatives arrest student with locally made pistol

It took the gallantry of security operatives to also arrest a non student suspected to be a hired mercenary with a charm called “African – bullet proof” on the campus on 7th April, 2021

Iwoland agog as Tella, Lasis others make list of Federal appointment

According to a statement signed by Ben Bem Goong, Director Press and Public Relations on Thursday, April 8, in Abuja said the Chairmen and members of the Council of the affected institutions shall be inaugurated by the Minister of Education Malam Adamu Adamu at a date to be announced in due course.

NIN: JAMB shifts registration date

this delay is caused by some unforeseen circumstances occasioned by our determined effort to have a NIN integration.

College of Medicine to be established in Osun by Canadian varsity

We will collaborate with you and with our people back home to move our city, Ikirun forward, and also our state, the state of Osun and Nigeria forward.

NANS president, Asefon storms UNIBEN over proscription of Students’ Union, blocks Vice Chancellor’s convoy

it was shocking that the Vice Chancellor and management would make an attempt to depose a legitimate students' body, rather than accommodate, or come to a compromise, on their "reasonable demands".

Yobe schools to be reopened

The reopening of schools in the state was made, Wednesday, at the Security Council Meeting held in Damaturu, the state capital.

Their barbaric, sectarian Shariah!

By Adebayo Shu'aib Pedro Alabi The complex pseudo-intelligence surrounding the much perverted...

Don’t set Kwara state on fire—NAS

There have been harmonious living in Kwara State before now and the recent crisis was clearly uncalled for. The leaders need to be circumspect in the lessons they are passing to the younger generation of leaders.

Hijab: Muslims, Christians clash in Kwara as govt reopens 10 schools

The hijab controversy started over three weeks ago when officials of Saint Anthony Secondary School prevented Muslim female students from gaining entrance to the school claiming that it is a missionary school.

Makinde approves upgrade of Emmanuel Alayande College Of Education to University

other federal colleges of education in the state such as Federal College of Education in both Oyo and Lanlate will continue to provide their services for the teeming undergraduates of colleges of education after which they can proceed to obtaining their degrees at the Emmanuel Alayande University of Education.

Enugu wins national scientists presidential award

Obi who disclosed that Master Edeani was sponsored to the national competition by the Enugu Sate government, after he emerged winner in the exercise organized by the State Ministry of Science and Technology, stressed that the accomplishment was one of the fallouts of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi administration’s transformational agenda and huge investments in the education sector, especially in science and technology.

ECWA schools in Kwara will not allow wearing of hijab, say church leaders

the government is aware that Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) teachers are not posted to Muslim grant-aided schools and that the gathering of Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) are not allowed in Muslim grant-aided schools.

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NAPMAIDEs celebrates Nigerian Police Force on the arrest of the killers of Na’Allah

In a condolence message, #NAPMAIDES had called on the Police to ensure perpetrators are brought to book and this is what the Nigeria Police Force has rightly done, which we do applaud as a group.

2023: APC ready to welcome Goodluck Jonathan to ruling party

Akpanudoedehe said Jonathan, like every other new entrant, would be accorded rights and privileges extended to all members irrespective of the date they joined.

Kaduna Police arrests two suspects over killing of Senator Na-Allah’s son

“Yes two suspects were arrested a week ago in Kaduna.”

Fear, concern over Bauchi as military ‘smokes’ out terrorists, bandits from neighbouring states

Alkaleri, who is also the state Chairman of Hunters Association of Nigeria, said that registered hunters had been operating 24/7, patrolling all nooks and crannies of the state in order to make citizens sleep with their eyes closed. He added that the hunters were operating jointly with security agents in all the 20 local government areas of the state.