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Thursday (28th May) Top Educational News you shouldn’t miss

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Thursday 28th May educational news

1. Post-UTME veritable quality control —Afe Babalola

FOUNDER of Afe Babalola University (ABUAD), Ado Ekiti, Chief Afe Babalola, says that the post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (Post-UTME) remains a veritable quality control tool in admission of students to various tertiary institutions in Nigeria...Read More

2. Why school will not resume on June 8 – FG  

The Federal Government says it can not open schools until it is sure “our children can go to school and return safely without taking COVID-19 home”...Read More

3. We’re yet to have any meaningful engagement with govt over strike, says ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), yesterday said it was yet to have on any meaningful engagement with Federal Government since the union embarked on an indefinite strike. Read More

4.  The New University of Health Sciences will boost tertiary education – Minister of Special Duties

THE Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs, Senator George Akume, has said that the establishment of the new University of Health Sciences, Otukpo, Benue State, will boost access to tertiary education in the state...Read More

5. UI mulls full migration to online mode

THE University of Ibadan says the gravitation towards online instructional mode now being embraced by increasing number of educational institutions had been a major plan of the institution even before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic...Read More

6. KWASU gets new chancellor  

Renowned educationist, philanthropist and community leader, Dr. Johnson Bamidele Olorunnishola Adewumi has been named the new chancellor of the Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete.Read More

7. June 8: Gombe govt warns against re-opening of schools

The Gombe State government has dismissed rumours that the Federal Government has fixed June 8 as resumption date for schools in the country just as it warned against the re-opening of schools in the state.Read More

8. FG dissolves governing councils of Uniport, Nigeria maritime university

FG dissolves governing councils of Uniport, Nigeria maritime university

The Federal Government has approved the dissolution of the Governing Councils of the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State and the Nigerian Maritime University, Okerenkoko, in Bayelsa State...Read More

9. COVID-19: Health Experts Kick against Reopening of Schools Now

Health experts have kicked against federal government’s plan to reopen schools, saying the decision was ill-timed and capable of slowing down the fight against COVID-19 in NigeriaRead More

10. Student hacked to death in Nasarawa  

A student, Yusuf Isah Adi, has been hacked to death with a cutlass in Ugah area of Lafia, Nasarawa State.Read More

11. Students decry incessant robberies at hostels amid COVID-19 lockdown 

Since the closure of tertiary institutions in Nigeria due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, there have been incessant reports of burglary and theft on students’ hostels in some institutions. The students said the Burglars breaks into their rooms to steal valuables like gas cylinders, cloth items, electronics, etc...Read More

12. Why I sponsored bill for establishment of Federal College of Education in Ekiti ― Osun Reps 

A member of the House of Representatives from Osun State, Honourable Oluwole Oke has explained that he decided to sponsor a bill for the establishment of a Federal College of Education in Ekiti State owing to his belief that his constituents would benefit from such gesture.Read More

13. Proprietors dare govt, secretly reopen schools amid coronavirus pandemic

The Abia State Government has frowned at the activities of school proprietors, which it alleged are secretly reopening and running their private schools despite government’s directive on closure of schools, as part of preventive measures to contain spreads of COVID-19 disease.Read More

14. Thunderstorm strikes JSS 3 student to death in Enugu

A 15-year-old boy, identified as Chinonso Ezema, was on Wednesday, struck to death by thunderstorm at Ama Egbu, Ede Oballa, Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu StateRead More

15. Nursing students honour late colleague 

The Nigerian Universities Nursing Student Association (NUNSA), has announced Justina Ejelonu the ‘2020 Nurse of the Year’...Read More

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