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I see myself as Nigeria’s President someday –Afuye – Punch Newspapers

The finest pupil within the Department of International Relations, Lead City University, within the 2015/2016 tutorial session, Ayobami Afuye, had four.64 CGPA. In this interview with TUNDE AJAJA, the 24-year-old speaks on the occasions that characterised her days as an undergraduate, life outdoors college and what she needs to make of her profession How straightforward was it to have a ...

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Ex-education minister calls for compromise – Punch Newspapers

A former Education Minister, Sen. Sam Egwu, has urged the Federal Government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities to make compromises, in order to resolve the present nationwide strike by ASUU. Egwu, who’s representing Ebonyi North Senatorial District, made the decision in an interview with newsmen at Umuebe, in Ezzamgbo, Ohaukwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi on Friday. He ...

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58% pass Maths, English as NABTEB releases May/June results – Punch Newspapers

Alexander Okere, Benin The National Business and Technical Examinations Board has mentioned 33,712 candidates, out of a complete of 57,387 candidates, who sat for the May/June 2017 examination, made 5 credit and above, together with English Language and Mathematics. The Registrar and Chief Executive of the board, Prof. Ifeoma Isiugo-Abanihe, who disclosed this on Tuesday whereas asserting the discharge of ...

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NANS give FG 21 days ultimatum – Punch Newspapers

The National Association of Nigerian Students has referred to as on the Federal Government to look into the plight of the Academic Staff Union of Universities to avert the indefinite strike. Mr Chinonso Obasi, National President, NANS made the decision in a press release made obtainable to newsmen in Abuja on Monday. “It is with deep ache and remorse that ...

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Oyo, Osun tumble as Abia tops WASSCE state performance – Punch Newspapers

Folashade Adebayo Abia, Rivers, Edo, Imo and Bayelsa have emerged the very best performing states within the 2016 West African Senior School Certificate Examination. The quartet led the chart within the performance of faculty candidates who handed 5 topics within the examination, together with English and Mathematics, in 36 states, the Federal Capital Territory and the offshore nations of Equatorial ...

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El-Rufai Seeks More Investment In Girl Child Education • Channels Television

The Kaduna State Governor, Mr Nasir El-Rufai, has known as for an elevated funding in lady little one schooling for sustainable socio-economic improvement of the nation. The governor urged dad and mom and stakeholders within the sector to present precedence to feminine schooling as they did with their male counterparts. He lamented that denying the ladies such equal alternative retards ...

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ASUU tackles Kogi govt – Punch Newspapers

Olaleye Aluko, Abuja The Academic Staff Union of Universities has berated Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State for not paying the salaries of about 65 staff of the Kogi State University, whereas the state authorities claimed that it had paid 90 per cent of the college workforce. The ASUU,  Abuja Zone, which held a briefing on Monday, mentioned by its ...

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Adeboye’s wife receives Africa Leadership Award – Punch Newspapers

Folashade  Adebayo The Wife of the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God Worldwide, Pastor Folu Adeboye,   was amongst  company honoured on the Firstgate Africa Leadership Award and the 10th Anniversary/Convocation Ceremony of the Firstgate Optimus High School, Mowe in Ogun State on Friday. The Hall of Fame Award, which was given to her, was acquired by a ...

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‘Why private tertiary institutions’ll not benefit from TETFUND’ – Punch Newspapers

Success Nwogu, Ilorin The Executive Secretary, Tertiary Education Trust Fund, Mr. Abdullahi Baffa, has stated that it’s not traditionally and legally doable for private tertiary establishments to benefit from TETFUND. There have been clamours for the inclusion of private tertiary establishments as beneficiaries of TETFUND. But Baffa  acknowledged that  the fund was established to help public tertiary establishments in order ...

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Minister orders NERDC to separate CRK, IRK in curriculum – Punch Newspapers

Olaleye Aluko, Abuja The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, has instructed the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council to make the Christian Religious Knowledge and the Islamic Religious Knowledge distinctive topics in the fundamental training curriculum. The minister gave this directive on Thursday in Abuja, throughout his assembly with stakeholders from the six geo-political zones and the Federal Capital ...

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