See Saturday (23rd May) Top Educational News on Allschool Forum.
Over the 24 hours, their are lots of educational news on Allschool forum but below are the top stories. Please read and share!
1. 24-Year-old Ekiti indigene bags PhD in Law in American Varsity
An Indigene of Ekiti State, Dr. Damilola Arowolaju, has bagged a PhD in Law from The George Washington University, Washington DC, United States of America.… Read More
2. Nigerian man Chibuike Ikepeama succeeds, gets his PhD at 24 from top US school
Nigerian Austin Chibuike Ikepeama has made the nation proud as he got his doctorate degree from the University of Philadelphia at 24… Read More
3. 73-year-old Nigerian woman earns Ph.D in US university despite losing both parents within months
A Nigerian woman called Florence Nwando has made her late father proud after earning her Ph.D. at 73-years-old.Florence revealed that she faced many challenges.The woman revealed that she wanted to elevate the voices of Igbo women who survived the Biafran civil war... Read More
4. Why I did secretariat toilets project — NYSC member
A National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member in the Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos State, Miss Ifeanyiwa Momah, said she undertook a project of refurbishing some toilets in the NYSC secretariat in the area in order to leave a lasting legacy.…Read More
5. IPPIS: Our 3 months experience justify ASUU’s position – SSANU
The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) said its negative experience in the last three months with the Integrated Payment and Personnel Information System IPPIS seemed to justify “the position of a section of the university staff”.… Read More
6. Lockdown School Feeding Programme: When a humanitarian service stirs controversy
“Furthermore, although schools are closed, I have instructed the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development to work with State Governments in developing a strategy on how to sustain the school feeding programme during this period without compromising our social distancing policies.”
That was President Muhammadu Buhari’s pronouncement during his broadcast to the nation on March 29, this year; the day he ordered the lockdown of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, Lagos and Ogun states as part of measures to contain the spread of coronavirus…..Read More
7. COVID-19: FG should declare teachers essential workers – Aremu
As Nigeria gradually eases out after prolonged lockdown to contain the devastating impact of COVID-19, government has been called upon to classify teachers as “essential workers” to enable the country guarantee continuous educational service delivery during the pandemic.… Read More
8. IPPIS: Varsity workers write FG, threaten indefinite strike
University workers, under the aegis Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities, have written the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, threatening an indefinite strike action over alleged inconsistencies in their salaries due to the deployment of the Integrated Payment and Personnel Information System.… Read More
9. 2 years after court verdict, DSS yet to release ABU student
For more than six years now, life has not been good for Mariya Aliyu as she does not know the whereabouts of her son. All her efforts to see him since then has not been successful... Read More
10. Army rejects N150m demanded by student shot by soldier
The Nigerian Army has rejected N150 million demanded by a student, Emmanuel Madubuezi, as damages after losing his leg to a gunshot wound inflicted on him by a soldier...Read More
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