NUC Approves Three More Faculties For Delta ‘Varsity – Oborevwori

Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, Tuesday, confirmed that the National Universities Commission, (NUC), has approved the establishment of three more faculties for the Delta State University of Science and Technology, Ozoro. Governor Oborevwori announced the NUC’s approval for the establishment of the Faculties of Basic Medical Sciences, Pharmacy, and Health Sciences, when he received on a solidarity and […]

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NGSG Introduces Skills Acquisition Training In Secondary Schools

By Mohammed Baba Busu Niger Government has introduced skills acquisition programmes in all Junior and Secondary Schools in the state. The Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Dr Hadiza Muhammad, disclosed this during the post-State Executive Council news conference at the Government House, Minna. The commissioner explained that the skills acquisition, done every Friday, would commence from the next term. […]

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We Need People Who Are Mentally Mobile With Fertile Mind And Can Relate With The Public – Arase

As the screening of candidates for selection for the next stage of the ongoing recruitment exercise into the Constable cadre of the Nigeria Police Force ends tomorrow, Wednesday, January 31st, 2024, the Chairman of the Police Service Commission, Dr Solomon Arase has declared that what the nation needs now are Policemen who are mentally mobile with fertile minds and who […]

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Court Adjourns Deputy Director’s N150 Million Suit Against JAMB To March 11

The Honourable Justice OA Obaseki Osaghae of the National Industrial Court has adjourned a suit filed by a Deputy Director of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, Yisa Usman, over wrongful dismissal. The Deputy Director filed the N150 million suit as compensation to challenge the decision of JAMB to unlawfully dismiss him from office on 29th September 2023. In the […]

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We Have To Invest In Knowledge That Are Applicable, Says Hon. Adamu Tanko

The Chairman House of Representatives Committee on Federal Colleges of Education and Related Institutions, Hon. Adamu Tanko has advocated for investment in knowledge that is applicable, especially in this era of artificial intelligence. Hon. Adamu, who is the member representing Suleja, Tafa and Gurara Federal Constituency of Niger State, made the call on Wednesday, January 10, while declaring open a-Seven […]

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Federal Poly, Oko Honours Top Management Staff Of NYSC, Others

The Alumni Association of Federal Polytechnic, Oko in Anambra State, has conferred a “Polytechnic Ambassador Award” on Mr. Charles Chukwunyere Onyeakazi, a top management staff of the Abuja office of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) scheme. The award conferred on Mr Onyeakazi, who graduated from the institution nearly three decades ago, came as part of activities marking the 2023 […]

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NOUN Alumni Elects New Executives

The National Open University of Nigeria Alumni Association (NOUNAA) has elected new national officers to pilot affairs of the association for the next three years. In an election which was witnessed by the Vice Chancellor of NOUN Professor Olufemi Peters, delegate members of the alumni from 36 states and FCT voted for their preferred candidates in Abuja. In his remark, […]

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NUC Approves 41 Courses For Commencement Of Niger University Of Education – Committee

The Implementation Committee, Niger State University of Education, says the National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved 41 courses for the take-off of the institution with effect from the 2023/2024 academic session. Prof. Mohammed Kuta-Yahaya, Chairman of the committee disclosed this during a news conference on on Thursday in Minna. “A resource verification visit was carried out by panels of experts […]

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Federation Within A Federation: The Untold Story Of Prof. Na’Allah As UniAbuja Vice-Chancellor

By Hakeem Alohunmata The 1914 amalgamation of the Northern and Southern protectorates as one entity, called Nigeria, has repeatedly been described as a ”marriage of inconvenience” or simply put, a ”forced marriage”. To some people, even, it was a wedding without marriage. This is the position of the pessimists who see Nigeria as a failed project. How can it be […]

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