BREAKING!!! OSIBANJO RECIEVED URGENT CALL FROM LONDON AND RUSHES TO LONDON JUST NOW. THE REASON FOR THE URGENT CALL WILL SHOCK YOU…

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday made a highly secretive meeting to the United Kingdom to meet his ailing principal, President Muhammadu Buhari. The Ag. President left Abuja unannounced but he is expected to return to Nigeria before the beginning of the Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday. The announcement …

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Kebbi education inspectors get motorcycles

From Ismail Adebayo, Birnin Kebbi The Kebbi State Universal Basic Education Board has employed 521 teachers and shared out 170 motorcycles to inspectors working with the Local Education Authorities (LGEAs). Out of the 521 employed teachers, 400 are NCE holders while 121 are supporting staff. The motorcycles are meant to …

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Zaria students win science award

Two students of Therbow Secondary School, Sabon Gari, Zaria, have won the Sani Mohammed Sha’aban Foundation awards of best in academics, morals and science subjects. A statement from the Sha’aban Media Office said Taiwo Bamidele and Aisha Ibrahim Dabo won the maiden Sani Mohammed Sha’aban Foundation Awards. Bamidele and Aisha …

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Adamawa uni VC sacked, replaced with commissioner

Adamawa State government has dissolved the management and governing council of Adamawa State University, Mubi and sacked its vice chancellor. The state education commissioner Kalepwa Farauta is appointed to replace the vice chancellor to stabilize the university, the government said in a statement. The decision was taken at the weekly …

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Schools seek more funding for treating autism

Royal School of Educational Therapy Foundation in Abuja said it is seeking for more funding and donations to make stem cell therapy, a treatment for autism, more accessible to parents. Stem cell is a treatment for neurological disorders, including autism, cerebral palsy, cognitive disabilities (mental retardation), muscular dystrophy, spinal cord …

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2,200 pupils get free meals in Anambra

No fewer than 2,200 pupils in Anambra State are currently benefitting from the Home Grown Feeding Programme in the state, the Programme Manager, Mrs. Ngozi Ekwenibe, has said. The project is one of the social investment programmes of the Federal Government in collaboration with states. Speaking to newsmen while supervising …

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Council denies sex ed in books, as proprietors kick

The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Federal Capital Territory (FCT) chapter, has embarked on an advocacy walk to protest the teaching of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in schools and to raise awareness on child abuse in the country. The walk, which was held in all area councils …

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Senate approves NYSC, law school for NOUN graduates

The Senate on Thursday amended the law establishing the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) to enable graduates of the institution participate in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme and the Law school. The amendment followed the clause by clause consideration of the report of the Senate Commitee on …

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