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Monday 22nd Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

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Don’t rely on our cut-off point for admission, JAMB tells candidates

1. Don’t rely on our cut-off point for admission, JAMB tells candidates

THE Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB,has told candidates jubilating for meeting its set benchmark for admission into tertiary institutions not to rely on the cut-off point.Read More

2. COVID-19: Nigeria not yet safe for reopening of schools, FG tells govs  

The Federal Government has advised the state governments not to aggravate the COVID-19 crisis by reopening of schools because of pressure from the children and parents...Read More

3. Lagos begins integrity test on public schools infrastructure

Lagos State Materials Testing Laboratory (LSMTL), on Monday, flagged-off the non-destructive test exercise on public schools infrastructure to prevent any possibility of collapsed buildings and ensure the safety of pupils, students and staff of the institutions in the state.Read More

4. UCH security, attendants demand equal COVID-19 allowance with doctors  

As cases of COVID-19 increase in Oyo State, staff of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, protested non-payment of their share of the hazard allowance paid to doctors and other health workers...Read More

5. Schools reopening: Oyo commences training of teachers  

Ahead of the planned reopening of schools, Oyo State Government on Monday commenced training for teachers from all Local Government Universal Basic Education Authorities.Read More

6. Wife of Kebbi Governor tasks northern governors on quality education for Almajiri  

Wife of Kebbi Governor, Hajiya Aisha Bagudu, has urged northern state governors to provide quality education to repatriated almajiri in their respective states. Hajiya Bagudu gave the advice on Monday while speaking with newsmen...Read More

7. Imo State Governor adopts 9-year-old singer, gives him scholarship

Luck smiled on Mbaise-born nine-year-old Master Joseph Oluomachi Opara, on Sunday, as Governor Hope Uzodinma announced that he has adopted the singing sensation as his child and undertook to personally sponsor him from primary school to Catholic priesthood...Read More

8. Ex-polytechnic lecturer lands in court for pocketing N6m meant for conference, Ph.D programme

A former lecturer with the Waziri Ummaru Federal Polytechnic, Birnin Kebbi, Kebbi State, Mohammed Sani Nuhu, has been arraigned in court by the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC) for allegedly pocketing N6 million given to him by the school to attend a conference in the United Kingdom and pursue a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) programme in Malaysia.Read More

9. IPPIS: Nigerian govt directs varsities to list out challenges as non-academic staff plan strike over salary shortfalls 

The Federal Government has directed bursars of universities to compile list of problems associated with the payment of salaries through the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS.Read More

10. Enugu begins schools’ repairs after PUNCH report  

The Enugu State Government has begun the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the Emene Practicing Schools 1, 2, 3 & 4 in the Enugu East Local Government Area after a report by The PUNCH.Read More

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So the interstate
border and school isn’t opened yet..

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