FG Setup Pad bank for Female Corpers & Staff Members.

FG Setup Pad bank for Female Corpers & Staff Members.

The Federal Government has established a Pad Bank for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) female staff, corps members and other visitors that may have emergency menstrual flow in the office. A statement by the Director, Press and Public Relations, Ministry of Women Affairs, Mr. Eddy Megwa, said Mrs Pauline Tallen, the Minister for Women Affairs,…

NUC Accredits 14 Programmes in the University of Abuja.

NUC Accredits 14 Programmes in the University of Abuja.

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has accredited !4 Programmes in the University of Abuja. The accreditation exercise of some academic programmes of the University was said to be carried out in October/November 2021. According to reports, the 14 courses in the University including MBBS, accounting and veterinary medicine, got full accreditation. Six courses had interim…

Osun State Poly Students invents Data Capturing Machine for Voters Registration.

Osun State Poly Students invents Data Capturing Machine for Voters Registration.

Some students from the Osun State Polytechnic Iree, has invented a data capturing machine for voters registration. The Rector, Dr. Woye Olaniran, disclosed this during the combined 7th convocation ceremony of the polytechnic held in Osogbo on Tuesday, 24 May 2022. According to Dr. Olaniran, the data capturing machine could detect multiple registration. When tested…

FG Set to Pay N34bn Minimum Wage Arrears to University, Polytechnic, COE Lecturers.

FG Set to Pay N34bn Minimum Wage Arrears to University, Polytechnic, COE Lecturers.

The Federal Government on Tuesday said it would spend about N34 billion on the ongoing payment of minimum wage consequential adjustments to education sector workers with effect from 2019. According to the Minister of Labour, Employment and Productivity, Hon. Chris Ngige, the Universities would get N23.5 billion, the Polytechnics N6 billion and the Colleges of…

FG Has Approved Establishment Of A-Level Data Bank- Prof. Ishaq

FG Has Approved Establishment Of A-Level Data Bank- Prof. Ishaq

The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, on Tuesday, May 24, disclosed that the Federal government has approved the establishment of an Advance Level (A-Level) data bank for certificate holders in the country. Oloyede disclosed this at the opening session of a 3-day workshop for the Public Relations staff of the Board…

Female Student Murdered in Cold Blood by Jilted Lover.

Female Student Murdered in Cold Blood by Jilted Lover.

A Student of the Institute of Health Technology, University of Benin Teaching Hospital, 24-year-old Precious Ikpikhum has been murdered by her 27 year old boyfriend, John Aipoh, after she called off their four-years relationship. In a voice message Precious sent to one of her friends, she was heard saying: “She feared John might kill her for ending…

Kogi State Commissioner Exposes 20 Illegal Tertiary Institutions.

Kogi State Commissioner Exposes 20 Illegal Tertiary Institutions.

The Kogi State Commissioner for Education, Science, and Technology, Hon. Wemi Jones has recently revealed that there are presently 20 illegal Tertiary institutions operating in the Ankpa community of the state. The Commissioner disclosed this while monitoring the accreditation exercise of the Glory Land Institution of Management Studies, Ankpa by the National Board for Technical Education. According to…

Bowen Appoints Deaconess Joan as New Pro- Chancellor.

Bowen Appoints Deaconess Joan as New Pro- Chancellor.

The Convention Executive Committee of the Nigerian Baptist Convention has appointment Deaconess Joan Olatoyosi Ayo as the new Pro-chancellor of Bowen University. She takes over from Deacon Oluwole Abegunde. Speaking during the official reception of the new Pro-Chancellor and the thanksgiving service organised for the Deacon Abegunde held on Wednesday, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution,…

AAU Announces Resumption Date.

AAU Announces Resumption Date.

The Management of Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma has released an internal memo asking students to resume Studies not minding the incessant ASUU strike. The University management stated this in a circular released on Monday through its registrar, Ambrose E. Odiase, noting that Thursday, May 26, was the date fixed for resumption by the school…