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60-year-old JAMB candidate wants to study pharmacy

1. 60-year-old JAMB candidate wants to study pharmacy

IN an unusual determination, a 60-year-old, Mr Gabriel Olarenwaju Akinyemi, applied to study pharmacy in the just-concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination conducted by the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board...Read More

2. COVID-19: Anambra to distribute 1,000 infrared thermometers to schools ahead of reopening

Prof. Kate Omenugha, Anambra Commissioner for Education says preparations are in top gear for the possible reopening of schools in the state soon. Omenugha told newsmen in Awka on Sunday that the state Executive Council had approved the procurement and distribution of 1,000 infrared thermometers to public primary and secondary schools in the state.Read More

3. COVID-19: We are not in a hurry to reopen schools, Osun, Ondo, Ekiti govts say

AGAINST the backdrop of the ravaging COVID-19, some state governments in the South-West have said that primary and post-primary schools will remain shut in the face of COVID-19 pandemic. Osun State Commissioner for Education,  r Folorunso Bamisayemi Oladoyin on Saturday said the state government was not in a hurry to reopen schools.Read More

4. How policemen brutalised me, beat my mum — AFIT 22-year-old student

A student at the Airforce Institute of Technology, Kaduna, Abdulrasheed Ashaye, and his mother have yet to recover from injuries they sustained from alleged torture by some men of the Nigeria Police Force.Read More

5. OAU Notice to Students : Stay at Home Until the University Reopens

The attention of the Division of Student Affairs has been drawn to a Release purportedly written and circulated by some faceless individuals informing all students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife to report to Obafemi Awolowo University Campus to evacuate all their belongings from the Halls of Residence.Read More

6. No date for resumption of Ondo schools

The Ondo State Government is yet to pick a date for resumption of schools. It said it has released COVID-19 protocols in all schools but no date was fixed for resumption. Ondo Commissioner for Information and Orientation, Donald Ojogo, stated this. He said COVID-19 protocols have been released but a date was yet to be fixed.

7. ASUU chides police over death of UNIBEN lecturer

The alleged unprofessional manner by the police in the discharge of its duties as regards the accident that claimed the life of a University of Benin (UNIBEN) don at the Ugbowo campus main gate has drawn the ire of UNIBEN chapter of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).Read More

8. Uproar over university’s decision to charge full fees for e-learning platform

The decision by a private university, Caleb University, Imota, Lagos, to charge full fees for its e-learning platform, has drawn the anger of some parents and guardians of students in the school...Read More

9. How Nigerian leaders should be judged —Omole, ex-OAU VC  

A former vice chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University and current Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Professor Bamitale Omole, speaks about the  Nigerian leaders and leadership question in Nigeria, funding of universities, among other national issues in this interview by KUNLE ODEREMI...Read More

10. Meet The First Female Traditional Ruler To Attend NYSC Camp While On The Throne

The regent of Iboropa-Akoko in Akoko Northeast area of Ondo state, Tinuade Babalola, on Saturday made history by being the first sitting regent to attend the National Youth Service Corps camp in the country...Read More

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