Tuesday (12th May) Top Educational News on Allschool Forum
1. ASUU will continue Strike, but is it ethical?
The academia was the last place one would expect any stage performance from a depression script. The country is on its kneels begging to return to its previous life. And then ASUU informs that it would not suspend its strike despite the payment of salaries hitherto withheld by the federal government... Read More
BONUS: Adamu Adamu, end ASUU strike now!
2. School feeding: FG asks DSS, EFCC, ICPC, others to monitor contractors
THE federal government has requested the Department of State Service, DSS, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission, ICPC, the Code of Conduct Bureau, CCB as well as civil society and non-governmental organisations to help monitor contractors engaged in the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme, NHGSFP, expected to started across the country beginning with Abuja, this Thursday.… Read More
3. Two Federal Poly Ado workers electrocuted in Ekiti
Tears flow freely on Tuesday when two workers of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti, were electrocuted while working on defective borehole on campus. Read More
4. FG commences school feeding programme on Thursday
The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development said it will commence the school feeding programme from Thursday in Abuja. Read More
5. ABU Library Launches Telegram Channel to Assist students
The Management of Ahmadu Bello University Library Complex (ABULC) has launched the ABU library telegram group specifically for staff and students of the University. Read More
6. JAMB CAPS: 78,127 candidates yet to accept 2019 provisional admission offer
NO fewer than 78,127 candidates given provisional admission in 2019 by the tertiary institutions have not accepted the offer as at Sunday, May 3, 2020. Read More
7. FG Imposing IPPIS On COEASU Members To Impoverish Them – Ogirima
Leadership of the Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, (COEASU) has criticized the Integrated Personnel Payroll and Information System (IPPIS) policy of the federal government, insisting that it was a mere conduit pipe to fleece academicians of their remuneration. Read More
8. IPPIS: SSANU, NAAT, poise for showdown with FG
THE non teaching staff of the universities are poised for a showdown with the Federal Government after the lockdown over the irregularities experienced in the payment of salaries since they enrolled in the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System, IPPIS. Read More
9. COVID-19: Ikpeazu returns to classroom, teaches secondary students
Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu, was on Tuesday, May 12, 2020, the guest Biology teacher to senior secondary students in the state. Read More
10. Don Cautions On Reopening Of Schools, Says Insulation For Students, Teachers Nil
Professor Oyesoji Aremu of the University Of Ibadan (UI) has called for caution as Nigerians are calling for the reopening of schools in the country. Read More
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