Monday (18th May) Fresh Educational News on Allschool Forum

Monday (18th May) Fresh Educational News on Allschool Forum

1. FG demands ASUU to Suspends strike before next negotiation 

The federal government has given the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) a condition to resume talks with the union over its grievances that had led it to go on indefinite strike.Read More

2. ASUU gives conditions to suspend Strike  

The leadership of the Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) has said it would call off its industrial action if progress is made on key areas, including revitalisation fund, lecturers-earned allowances and funding of state universities.Read More

3. BJFN Congratulates Prof Ujah Over His Appointment As VC Federal University Of Health Sciences, Otukpo

The Benue Journalists Forum, Nigeria (BJFN) has congratulated Professor Innocent Ujah over his appointment as the pioneer Vice Chancellor of the Federal University of Health Sciences, Otukpo, Benue state... Read More

4. Cross River cult clash claims University don, one other

An academic doctor working with the University of Calabar, was on Sunday afternoon reportedly stabbed to death in Calabar, Cross River State capital.…. Read More

5. CTEF appoints Kaduna varsity ‘Gateway to commonwealth africa

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Muhammad Tanko, said in a statement in Kaduna on Monday that with this development, KASU was to facilitate, support, and expand CTEF’s activities among universities in Africa... Read More

6. Police arrest UNIJOS lecturer’s murder suspect

POLICE in Plateau State have confirmed the killing of Dr Nandi Drenkat, a lecturer with the University of Jos, by gunmen... Read More

7. FG reveals why salaries of lecturers reduced after IPPIS  

The Federal Government of Nigeria has explained why lecturers have been receiving reduced salaries, following the introduction of the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS)... Read More

8. Universities presenting names of dead staff to collect salaries, FG alleges

The Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) office has accused university administrators of providing a payroll list containing dead staff for salary payment…Read More

9. NYSC Defers Call-Up Indefinitely

The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) has said that it has no intention to mobilize prospective corps members anytime soon, especially as the country is still grappling with the coronavirus pandemicRead More

10. Governor Uzodimma announces plan to reposition Imo varsity 

Imo State governor, Sen. Hope Uzodinma, on Saturday announced his administration’s plan to reposition the Imo State University (IMSU) for academic excellence...Read More

11. NYSC mourns ex-director who introduced flags, anthem  

The National Youth Service Corps has commiserated with the family of its fourth Director-General, Maj-Gen Edet Akpan (retd.), who died on Saturday in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.Read More

12. FG releases exact locations for newly approved Colleges of Education

The federal government has released the exact locations of the six newly approved Federal Colleges of Education in Nigeria... Read More

13. BUK loses another professor  

Another professor in Kano, Aliyu Danshehu Maiwada (ADM), died on Saturday after a brief illness, a family source has disclosed... Read More

14. How I was rescued by police – Daughter of UNIJOS lecturer killed by gunmen

The six-year-old daughter of a lecturer at the University of Jos, Joanna Drengkat, has narrated how the police rescued her after being kidnapped by gunmen.Read More

15. People Talk: On FG school feeding programme during lockdown 

“To be candid, the whole idea behind the School Feeding Programme is commendable, and the fact that it targets the children makes it lovely one…Read More

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