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Monday 27th July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum

Monday 27th July Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.

Monday 27th July Educational News

1. Teacher Jailed 10 years for forging America’s money order

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, yesterday convicted and sentenced a private School Teacher, Folarin Olayinka, to 10 years imprisonment, for counterfeiting the sum of $38,315 USD. The convict, whose trial started in 2010, was found guilty of two out of seven counts charge preferred against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)...Read More

2. Students Expelled For Long-Hugging

A hug between two teenagers in southern India has snowballed into a national controversy after their school expelled them for a “public display of affection”.After she had sung on stage in a competition at St Thomas Central School in Kerala, the 15-year-old asked her friend, a boy of 16, how she had done. He hugged her, congratulating her on the performance.Read More

3. Atiku reacts as Nigerian govt announces new date for WAEC examination

Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has reacted to Federal Government’s decision to reopen schools for exit classes on August 4. DAILY POST had reported that the Federal Ministry of Education announced the decision in a statement signed by its Director Press and Public Relation, Ben Ben Goong.Read More

4. Folarin Donates N2million Worth Of Food Items, Cash gifts To Private School Teachers, Accident Victims

Senator Teslim Folarin of Oyo Central Senatorial District has donated food items and cash gifts to some selected private school teachers and accident victims in Oyo Central Senatorial District.Read More

5. School supervisor jailed 60 years for child defilement loses appeal

The Court of Appeal sitting in Lagos on Monday affirmed the 60 year jail term imposed on Adegboyega Adenekan, a former Supervisor of the Chrisland School, VGC, Lekki, Lagos convicted of defiling a two-year and 11-month old pupil (names withheld) of the school...Read More

6. Lagos schools hold virtual graduation for pupils  

SOME private schools in Lagos State have held virtual graduation ceremony for their pupils as part of initiatives to cope with challenges of COVID-19 pandemic. ​Photographs of the graduating pupils were seen online, where they wore their graduation gown within the confines of their homes.Read More

7. Youths protest against Lagos poly Rector

MEMBERS of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Ikorodu North Chapter have demanded that the Acting Rector of the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Olumide Metilelu, step down following an investigation into a rape allegation against him...Read More

8. Fake NUT officials arrested over alleged diversion of N71m meant for foodstuff to Kano teachers

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has arrested four suspected fraudsters, the sum of N71, 800,000 meant for the supply of rice and spaghetti to members of National Union of Teachers, in Gwarzo Branch, Kano State...Read More

9. Islamic leaders knock govs over plans to resume Almajirai evacuation

Almajirai are still on the streets of major northern cities despite the decision of the Northern Governors’ Forum to ban them, findings by The PUNCH have revealed. Our correspondents in Sokoto, Gombe, Katsina, Zamafra and Kano states sighted  the Almajirai on the streets, begging for money and food.Read More

10. School Closure: FG hiding under COVID-19 to deny us right to education, NANS alleges

Following the continued closure of schools across the country due to COVID-19, the National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, has alleged that the Federal Government is hiding under the guise of pandemic to deny children of the masses the right to education...Read More

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