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1. Pupils must use face masks, sanitizers during Common Entrance Examination ― FG
The Federal Government on Wednesday warned that for the one – day National Common Entrance Examination that would be conducted by NECO on Saturday, 17th October 2020, it is compulsory for parents and pupils to wear face masks on the exam date, while also carrying along with them, alcohol-based sanitizers.…Read More
2. Bauchi governor names higher institutions after Dangote, Belinda Gates
Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State has signed six bills into law, including the 2020 revised budget, Violence Against Persons, renaming of the College of Health Technology Ningi after Belinda Gates and renaming of College of Nursing and Midwifery after Aliko Dangote, among others...Read More
3. Thirty (30) UNN staff quizzed by CID over theft at UNEC
At least 30 staff of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN, are being quizzed by the Criminal Investigation Department, CID, of the Nigeria Police Force, Enugu command over theft in Department of Works Service at the Enugu campus of the university...Read More
4. World Bank approves $500m for girls’ secondary education in seven states
The World Bank has approved a $500 million credit for the Adolescent Girls Initiative for Learning and Empowerment (AGILE) towards improving secondary education opportunities among girls in seven states in the country...Read More
5. Nigerian lady narrates how her dad killed her mum’s dream of owning a school
A Nigerian lady has shared the story of how her father who she described as ”broke and unemployed” killed her mother’s dream of owning a school. According to the Twitter user @DaughterAngela, sometime in 1999, a man offered her mother who was a headmistress in a government school, 10 rooms to start her own private school but that dream was killed by her father because of his insecurity.…Read More
6. Education stakeholders to decide reopening of schools in Abia
The Abia State Government has declared that education administrators and stakeholders will decide when to reopen schools in the state, especially for pupils and students in finishing classes...Read More
7. Bridge House College students bag six Cambridge Outstanding Awards
Four students of the Bridge House College, Ikoyi, Lagos have bagged the 2019 Outstanding Cambridge International Learners’ Awards in the AS & A’ Level results. The school’s authorities regard the awards as a reaffirmation of the culture of excellence and hard work for which Bridge House College is reputed for over the years, it said in a statement announcing the awards...Read More
8. VC lists financial opportunities in Coronavirus disruptions
The number Seven is often regarded as symbolic of “perfection” in some religious circles. It was no wonder, then, the Cedar Generation Gospel Outreach rolled the drums as it clocked seven recently...Read More
9. Schools’ reopening: Will ASUU resume?
Without adequate preventive measures, provision of safety facilities that will protect children from contracting coronavirus, it may not be totally safe for children to resume in their respective schools.…Read More
10. Minister of Youths and Sports offers 17-year-old girl scholarship after a video of her repairing a forklift in Lagos went viral
A 17-year-old girl identified as Kehinde Esther, has been offered a scholarship by the Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, after a video of her repairing a forklift went viral. Twitter user @thepreciousada shared the video of her father interviewing the girl who he saw repairing a forklift at the Classic Bonded Terminal in Okota, Lagos state. She shared the video last Friday, July 24.…Read More
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