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FG urged to sanction states failing to access UBE funds

Federal Government has been called upon to sanction states failing to access their Universal Basic Education (UBE) counterpart funds. This call was made by the Policy Adviser of a Non-Governmental Organization, (NGO), Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA), Chioma Osuji while speaking with journalists during the occasion …

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NGOs organise rally on education in Abuja

Civil Society groups under the umbrella of Civil Society Action Coalition on Education for All (CSACEFA) rallied in Abuja on Thursday to protest lack of quality education for all Nigerian children. Members of different groups matched to National Assembly complex and Federal Ministry of Education displaying placards with inscriptions: ‘UBEC …

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Issues for 2017 UTME

Candidates writing mock UTME in Bwari, Abuja This year’s multiple choice computer-based Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), has some features that are different from previous ones. The biometric capturing system according to the Registrar of Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Professor Is-haq Oloyede, was done in such a way …

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FCT schools get reading clubs

Chief Executive Officer of Bratim Training Limited, Tejan Adewumi Ibrahim (middle) presents information resources to book club of Juniour Secondary School Gwarimpa, yesterday. The Librarians Registration Council of Nigeria, (LRCN) in partnership with Bratim Training Limited have launched book clubs junior secondary schools Jabi and Gwarimpa in the Federal Capital …

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Old boys want to manage Kings College

Old boys of the Kings’ College, Lagos, have asked the Federal Government to allow them assume control of the school’s management. A member of the Kings’ College Old Boys’ Association (KCOBA) Alhaji Kashim Imam, made the request at 2017 quarterly dinner of the association in Abuja. He said for effective …

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NITC foundation gives medical services to Yobe patients

Nigerian Tulip International Colleges Foundation (NTICF The Nigerian Tulip International Colleges Foundation (NTICF) in collaboration with the Nizamiye Hospital Abuja recently conducted a medical outreach programme in Yobe State with a combined team of four Turkish and Nigerian doctors and nurses that attended to over 1,700 patients free of charge. …

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Students urged to avoid exams malpractice

Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga in Nasarawa State has warned students to refrain from examination cheating and other social vices. The proprietor, Mr. David Abuluya, gave the warning in Akwanga during the 5th matriculation ceremony for 229 new students of 2016/2017 academic session. Abuluya said that cultism, examination malpractices, armed robbery, rape …

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