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  • 200 Covenant University Students Suspended for not Attending Church
    200 Covenant University Students Suspended for not Attending Church

    Covenant University has suspended 200 students for missing an Easter programme. The suspension has led to tension in the university as students are missing exams because they missed church – Although no protests have begun, some students are gearing up to protest. We gathered that Covenant University has suspended over 200 students for missing it’s […]

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  • Buhari Condemns UNIMAID Suicide Bomb Attack
    Buhari Condemns UNIMAID Suicide Bomb Attack

    President Muhammadu Buhari has, in strong terms, condemned the terrorist attack on Monday morning at a mosque in the University of Maiduguri. He described the perpetrators as despicable, cowards, criminals, that have no true understanding of Islam, adding that their act is unjustifiable and punishable before God Almighty and the laws of the land. ‎The […]

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  • Ministry of Education Respond: Maryam Abacha University Accredited in Nigeria
    Ministry of Education Respond: Maryam Abacha University Accredited in Nigeria

    The Nigerian Ministry of Education has confirmed the accreditation status of Maryam Abacha University, Maradi, Niger Republic. The confirmation came more than a month after Nigeria’s National University Commission questioned the degrees awarded by the school, warning Nigerian students against enrolling in the university’s programmes. But defending the institution, the Nigerien embassy in Abuja, in […]

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  • 3 Repentant Militants of the Niger Delta Region Graduates From Russian University: Present Certificates to Region’s Special Adviser to the President
    3 Repentant Militants of the Niger Delta Region Graduates From Russian University: Present Certificates to Region’s Special Adviser to the President

    The Special Adviser to President Buhari on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd) on July 25th hosted three delegates of the Presidential Amnesty Programme namely Otokolo Robert; Tariladei Borogha and Prince Aladin The trio graduated from South West State University Kursk, Russia. During the ceremony, the delegates officially […]

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  • Otuoke community shuts down Federal University over employment, admission
    Otuoke community shuts down Federal University over employment, admission

    The members of the Otuoke community in Ogbia Local Government Area, Bayelsa, on Thursday took to the streets and barricaded the entrance to the Federal University in the area. The community was protesting the university’s non-implementation of the employment and admission quota due to it. Otuoke is the home town of President Goodluck Jonathan. The […]

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  • FG Deploys 50 Lecturers To Ugandan University
    FG Deploys 50 Lecturers To Ugandan University

    Nigeria has deployed 50 volunteers of the Technical Aid Corps (TAC) to the Islamic University of Uganda where they will lecture until 2016. Addressing the volunteers at the pre-departure ceremony in Abuja, the Director General of TAC, Prof. Pius Osunyikanmi said the delegation is part of about 1,500 volunteers to be deployed to 15 countries […]

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  • Hunger for education creates future geniuses – Michelle Obama
    Hunger for education creates future geniuses – Michelle Obama

    A hunger for education should continue beyond graduation and should be used to guide and inspire “the next generation of geniuses,” the United States First Lady, Michelle Obama, has said. She stated this on Saturday at the Dillard University, New Orleans, where Nigerians emerged as the first four graduating students. The First Lady described the […]

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  • Bowen University closed indefinitely following students’ riot
    Bowen University closed indefinitely following students’ riot

    The management of Bowen University this morning closed the school indefinitely following students’ protest last night. Students of the private uni. say they are protesting scarcity of electricity, water and plans by the university to increase school fees. The students say they are not being treated right “They take the light by 8am, and bring […]

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  • Integrated payroll system’ll erase autonomy, ASUU insists
    Integrated payroll system’ll erase autonomy, ASUU insists

    The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday vowed to resist the introduction of the Integrated Payroll Personnel System in the university system, describing the policy as counter-productive. The IPPIS, the union also said, would erase the tenets of autonomy in the nation’s universities. The Federal Government on Friday insisted that there was no going […]

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