#FreeCampusPress campaign gathers momentum as UI suspends campus journalist over  newspaper article

#FreeCampusPress campaign gathers momentum as UI suspends campus journalist over newspaper article

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A social media campaign tagged #FreeCampusPress has gathered momentum following the suspension of a campus journalist by the University of Ibadan (UI) management. Fisayo Adekunle Adebajo, a law finalist, got suspended for two semesters over a newspaper article he wrote in 2016….

Court reinstates former YABATECH Bursar, orders management to pay N20 million

Court reinstates former YABATECH Bursar, orders management to pay N20 million

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The National Industrial Court (NIC) has directed the Governing Council and the management of Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) to immediately reinstate its embattled Bursar, Olu Ibirogba, who was sacked in 2015 for exposing alleged corrupt practices in the institution. This is…

AE-FUNAI set to conduct maiden students’ union elections

AE-FUNAI set to conduct maiden students’ union elections

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For the first since its establishment in 2011, the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo is conducting its maiden students’ union elections. Recall that former president Goodluck Jonathan approved the establishment of the institution in 2011 to add to the existing federal…

El-Rufai gives parents, guardians July deadline to take kids off the streets

El-Rufai gives parents, guardians July deadline to take kids off the streets

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The Kaduna State governor, Nasir El-Rufai has issued a July 31st ultimatum to parents, guardians and care givers to take young children off the streets. In directive given through the state’s Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, Aisha Mohammed Baba to…

Poor policy implementation: A setback to education in Nigeria

Poor policy implementation: A setback to education in Nigeria

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Various definitions abound for the concept of implementation. In this case, we depend on Egonmwan’s conceptualisation of it as the process of converting financial, material, technical and human inputs into outputs – goods and services. It also involves a wide variety of…

Eid: Nigerian government declares June 15, 18 public holidays

Eid: Nigerian government declares June 15, 18 public holidays

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The Nigerian Federal Government has declared Friday, 15th June and Monday, 18th June as public holidays to celebrate the Eid-el-Fitr. A statement from the Interior ministry quoted the Minister, Abdulrahman Dambazau making the declaration on behalf of the Government. The statement was…

	
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