JETS Club in Edo Charged To Brace Up

The Edo State Commissioner for Science and Technology has charged members of the Junior Engineers Technicians and Scientists Club (JETS) in Edo State to rise up to the call of next generation leadership in invention as the world looks forward to the unknown. Dr. Christopher Adesotu made this call while playing host to the outgoing … Continue reading JETS Club in Edo Charged To Brace Up

Man Arrested For Giving Out Fake Degree Certificates To Students In PH

The Economic And Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Port Harcourt Zonal Office, have arrested a fake school operator allegedly awarding the National Certificate of Education, NCE and Bachelor of Education degree without authorization and accreditation. The suspect, John Ogbonnaya, was arrested in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. He allegedly registered Havana International School of Arts and Science … Continue reading Man Arrested For Giving Out Fake Degree Certificates To Students In PH

University Of Ibadan Rusticates Final Year Law Student For Writing An Article On Poor Hostel Facilities

The management of the University of Ibadan has suspended Kunle Adebajo, a 500 level student of the faculty of law, for two semesters. Adebajo, who was supposed to proceed to Law School, was suspended over his 2016 article, UI: The irony of fashionable rooftops and awful interiors, published by The Guardian. He drew attention to … Continue reading University Of Ibadan Rusticates Final Year Law Student For Writing An Article On Poor Hostel Facilities

Imo State University Goes Tough On Indecent Dressing

The fight against indecent dressing by the management of Imo State University (IMSU), has taken its full course on campus with the warning that improperly dressed students will henceforth not be allowed into the campus. According to Elijah, all personnel of the school security at the main Gate, Extension and Back gate have stepped-up their … Continue reading Imo State University Goes Tough On Indecent Dressing

Hafsat Jalila Adamu Graduates With First Class From American University

Daughter of minister of education, Hafsat Jalila Adamu, has reportedly graduated with a first class degree in English Language from American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola. Miss Adamu was admitted to AUN in 2014, a year before her father became minister of education. The number of students who graduated from the institution stands at 158, … Continue reading Hafsat Jalila Adamu Graduates With First Class From American University

The Federal Executive Council Scraps Award of HND Certificates by Polytechnics

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday approved a comprehensive reform of Nigeria’s tertiary education system, scrapping the award of the Higher National Diploma (HND) by the nation’s polytechnics. In effect, the award of the HND will be limited to only the students currently admitted for the programmes. Also, all the programmes currently being run by … Continue reading The Federal Executive Council Scraps Award of HND Certificates by Polytechnics

Sierra Leone Begs Nigeria For School Teachers

Sierra Leone's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Allie Kabba, yesterday requested Nigeria’s assistance in energy, education and health sectors. Mr Kabba, who made the call in Abuja when he visited his Nigerian counterpart, Geoffrey Onyeama, also requested Nigeria’s help for his country’s energy sector. He said that the new government in Sierra Leone was voted on … Continue reading Sierra Leone Begs Nigeria For School Teachers