Education

UNILAG: Hostel Occupants Receive Vacation Notice

Hostels occupants of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) have been served a vacation notice by the school authority. Sources have it that, the notice was delivered to the students by the Dean Student’s Affairs, Professor OluwakayodeAmund who revealed the management’s intention to rehabilitate the school hostels which presently is in a bad state explaining that, proper work can only be ...

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Corps Members Protest Non-payment of Allowances

Members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) haveprotested on the streets of Yola, the Adamawa State capital, over the delay by the state government to pay their supplementary allowances. The corps members barricaded the road leading to the private residence of the state Governor, AlhajiMurtalaNyako, demanding the payment of their allowances. Under the state government policy, the Adamawa State ...

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NYSC Gets New DG

The Federal Government, have announced the appointment of Brigadier-General Johnson Olawumi as the new Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). This is contained in a statement issued in Abuja and signed by Senator Anyim Pius Anyim, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. The statement said Olawumi’s appointment took effect from December 23. Olawumi, who hails from ...

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BOKO HARAM: Students Run For Dear Life

Students of the College of Education, Hong, Adamawa, have started vacating campus over alleged threat letters from members of Boko Haram asking them to leave. Some of the students, who spoke to newsmen on the issue on Thursday, said it had caused tension in the school resulting to mass exodus of staff and students. The Provost of the College, Dr ...

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Adamawa Corps Members Protest Non-payment of Allowances

Members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) have protested on the streets of Yola, the Adamawa State capital, over the delay by the state government to pay their supplementary allowances. The corps members barricaded the road leading to the private residence of the state Governor, Alhaji Murtala Nyako, demanding the payment of their allowances. Under the state government policy, ...

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300 Students Arrested For Cult-Related Activities

Report has it that about 300 students of a very prevalent secondary school (name withheld) in Ogwashi-Uku near Asaba, Delta State, have been apprehended by the police in the area for cult-related activities. This was made know to liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine by the Police spokesperson in the state, DSP Celestina Kalu. DSP Celestina Kalu who confirmed the arrest of the suspects, ...

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Costume Day for Encomium Thirteen

Final year students of the Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos, has as part of activities lined up to celebrate their last semester in school held costume day. The costume day which formed part of activities lined up to celebrate the passing out of final year students of the department, featured a display of many types of colorful costumes ...

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Fresh Building For Freshers In OOU

Newly admitted students of the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) will have no course to worry about accommodation as the school is building a state of the art hostel for them. The building project which has already engulfed many millions from the pocket of the school will accommodate only 100l students, sources at the school revealed. The hostel will boast of ...

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Protest in FUO over Increase in Tuition Fees

Students of the Federal University, Otuoke, Bayelsa, on Thursday took to the streets in protest against alleged increase in school fees. The students, who barricaded roads leading to the Otuoke Community and the institution, described the increase in the school fees from N55, 000 to N85, 000 as outrageous and unacceptable. The protest also led to the closure of some ...

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LASU CRISIS: Students Protest, Attack Vice Chancellor

The second semester examination of Lagos State University (LASU) was disrupted on Thursday, as students went on the rampage, destroying properties in the process. The protest had started on Wednesday over the closure of the university’s registration portal. Vice Chancellor of the University, John Obafunwa, was reportedly stoned as he tried to evade the riotous students who had blocked the ...

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