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UI recalls students, fixes examinations for July 4

UI recalls students, fixes examinations for July 4

Authorities of the University of Ibadan on Friday announced July 2 for the re-opening of the institution for normal academic activities. According to the Director...
Lagos Business School Hosts, Trains South African Bankers

Lagos Business School Hosts, Trains South African Bankers

Lagos Business School in partnership with Duke Corporate Education (South Africa) is hosting an International Executive Development Programme (IEDP) for the Banking Sector Education...
Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend strike

Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend strike

Academic and non-academic staff in five Kogi State government-owned tertiary institutions have suspended their five-month-old strike. The institutions are the Kogi State University, Ayangba, Kogi...
100 Amnesty beneficiaries clinch fellowship awards

100 Amnesty beneficiaries clinch fellowship awards

One Hundred Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), beneficiaries have been inducted as fellows of the International Institute of Tourism and Hospitality (IITH). According to Ms Stella...

Kano approves N578m for payment of teachers

The Kano State Government said it had approved N578 million for the payment of 44, 654 primary school teachers and other non-teaching personnel‎ under the...
Group tasks NASS on legislation on girl child education

Group tasks NASS on legislation on girl child education

Nike Ajagbe, the Proprietor of Habitation of Hope, an NGO in Minna, on Friday, called on the National Assembly to introduce a legislation that...

We’re set for supplementary UTME – JAMB

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Thursday said it had concluded arrangements for its supplementary 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).   The board’s...
Democracy Day: Osinbajo has rekindled Nigerians’ hope in APC, says CSO

FG spends N3.7bn to feed 1.2 million pupils

The Federal Government (FG) has released N3.77 billion for the feeding of 1,287,270 school children in nine states under the HomeGrown School Feeding Programme. This...
Ogun counsels residents on land acquisition

Ogun shuts down 50 schools over non-registration

Over 50 privately owned primary and secondary schools were shut down over non-registration during the operation ''Praise or shame'' exercise embarked upon by the Ogun State...

Gov. Ajimobi inaugurates CBN projects at technical varsity.

Gov. Ajimobi inaugurates CBN projects at technical varsity.   Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State on Tuesday in Ibadan inaugurated an e-library and administrative block built by...

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