NobleHeart Children Foundation (NobleHeartCF), a non-governmental organization in Lagos, Nigeria on Monday distributed free school uniforms, sandals, underpants and undervests, and school socks to school pupils in Lagos State to commemorate children’s day 2022 and to mark the first phase of ‘Dress A Child’ initiative for year 2022. ‘Dress …Read More »
2022 UTME: Only 378,639 Scored Above 200 — JAMB.
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Examinations (JAMB) on Thursday said A’level results by the National Business and Technical Education Board (NABTEB) will no longer be considered for admission into higher institutions after 2022. JAMB registrar Professor Ishaq Oloyede said this during the 2022 policy meeting held at the International Conference …Read More »
ASUU mobilizes members for fresh strike
University lecturers are heading for another strike over the re-negotiated 2009 agreement with the Federal Government, it was learnt at the weekend. There are indications that the National Executive Council of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will meet on February 14 to review the implementation of some components …Read More »
Kwara State Government Suspends Arabic School head over brutal flogging of students.
Kwara State Government has suspended the head of Musbaudeen Islamiya Arabic school in Ganmo, Ifelodun local government area of the state over the brutal manner some students were punished in the school. A viral video showed five students including a female being mercilessly flogged with long cane by five clerics for alleged conducts …Read More »
Facebook admits its engineer made mistakes that caused $100m seven hour outage.
Facebook has shut down claims of ‘ malicious activity’ behind the seven-hour blackout that cost the company an estimated $100million in lost revenue. “Configuration changes on the backbone routers that coordinate network traffic between our data centers caused issues that interrupted this communication. This disruption to network traffic had a …Read More »
World Teachers’ Day: FG Approves N75,000 As Stipend For Undergraduate Students, NCE Students To Get N50,000.
The Federal Government has approved the sum of N75,000 as a stipend per semester for students undergoing degree programmes in Education in public universities in Nigeria. Also, the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) students will get N50,000 as a stipend per semester as part of the deliberate effort of the …Read More »
All Saints Seminary Ekwulobia Holds Graduation Ceremony, Valedictory Service
All Saints Seminary Ekwulobia, owned by the Aguata Diocese of the Anglican Communion has held her eighth graduation ceremony and valedictory service for the class of 2020/2021. The event held at the school premises attracted parents of the students, clergy, friends and well wishers who gathered to celebrate the graduating …Read More »
World Teachers Day: Anambra To Receive Awards In Four Categories In 2021 President’s Teachers And Schools’ Excellence Award.
Anambra State is set to receive awards in four different categories at the 2021 President’s Teachers and Schools’ Excellence Award holding at Eagles Square Abuja today , Tuesday fifth October 2021. The event is part of the 2021 World Teachers Day celebration. The award-winning teachers are Nwoye Njide Chiamaka, Nnabeze …Read More »
UNIBEN VC orders closure of varsity over students’ protest.
On Tuesday, students of the institution blocked the ever-busy Benin-Lagos Expressway and the Ekheuan Road over a N20,000 late registration fee imposed by the school authority. The students described this decision as unpleasant particularly amidst the “unfavourable economic situation’’ in the country. In a statement issued by the Registrar of …Read More »
NYSC Inks MoU for Corps Members Enrolment in NHIS.
The National Youth Service Corps has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Health for Insurance Scheme on the inclusion of Corps Members in the NHIS programme. NYSC Director-General, Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim who stated this when he led a delegation of the management of the Scheme to the …Read More »