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UNI BEN suspends exam

The management of University of Benin (UNIBEN) has temporarily shot down all academic activities in the school due to a clash between suspected cultist groups and indigenes of Ekosodin community in Benin, the Edo state capital. According to a source …

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FG Allocates 1.5bn To IMSU For Projects

The Federal Government has allocated the sum of N1.5 billion to the Imo State University, Owerri, for ”iconic” projects, says Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, the Minister of Education,   Shekarau disclosed this on Tuesday in Owerri during his impact assessment visit …

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FG to spend N435m on 2,400 safe school students

  The Federal Government through the steering committee  on safe schools initiative have approved N435 million as  cost of funding  the  education of first batch of 2,400 students  that  signed up for transfer to various  federal unity schools  in the …

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NUC is starved of funds – Ahmadu Ali

Chairman, Governing Board of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Dr. Ahmadu Ali, has said that the commission lacks the requisite financial capability to play the supervisory role to the nation’s universities. Dr Ali stated this when the Minister of Education, …

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FG Says Ready To Restore Glory Days Of Teaching

Teachers in Nigeria may soon have a reason to smile as the Federal Government has said it is ready to institutionalise incentives that would attract and retain the best brains as well as restore the dignity and glory of the …

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Ado Ekiti Fed Poly shut over students’ protest

Ado Ekiti—The management of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti has announced the indefinite closure of the institution. The decision of the management to close down the school may not be unconnected with the protest staged by the part-time students of …

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Fayose warns EKSUTH management against sabotage

Ekiti State Governor, Ayo Fayose, has warned the management of Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital (EKSUTH) against any act that could jeopardise the efforts of his administration to reposition the institution.   The governor hinted that his administration would overhaul …

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