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We Didn’t Increase School Fees – Prof Bala Mohammed *Calls for truce between ASUU/FG on IPPIS

The Vice Chancellor of Nasarawa University, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed has denied reports that the institution increase school fees for 2019/2020 academic session. Professor Bala told Peoplereporters in keffi that he sympathize with students and their parents over the economy situation in the country, adding that if he have his …

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169 Students Withdrawn In FUT Minna As An Orphan Named Best Graduand

From Mathew Jwantu Minna In its quest to maintained the global best practice, high standard in discipline and transparency, the Federal University of Technology (FUT) Minna has withdrawn a total of 169 students for various reasons bordering on poor academic performance, misconduct and abscondment. The Vice Chancellor Federal University Of …

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Only 57 Students Graduate With First Class In FUT Minna- VC

From Mathew Jwantu Minna The Vice Chancellor Federal University of Technology Professor Abdulahi Bala, has said that out of 3,597 graduands of the forthcoming 37th funders day and 29th convocation ceremony slated for February 1st 2020, only 57 candidates graduated with first class. Speaking to journalists during pre-convocation press briefing, …

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NUC Denies Scrapping Mass Communication

The National Universities Commission (NUC) had declared it has not abolished the study of Mass Communication in Nigerian universities, saying the course has just been unbundled into seven other degree programmes. Mr Ibrahim Yakasai, the NUC Director of Corporate Affairs disclosed this on Friday in Abuja while clarifying the commission’s …

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Check If Your Email Account Has Been Hacked

In the past few months, hackers compromised many popular websites and leaked personal information such as email addresses, passwords, names, and postal addresses. Adobe, LinkedIn, and Twitter are the most popular websites compromised in the past few months. This is also not going to stop anytime soon. After the security …

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IBBU Graduates 3,212 Students, Honour Kure , Tinubu Others

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna The outgoing Vice Chancellor Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai Prof. Muhammed Nasiru Maiturare has said a total of 3,212 students were graduated at the 3rd combined convocation ceremony across various disciplines. Addressing the teeming visitors at 3rd convocation held at the convocation square of the institution, …

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NECO Dismisses 70 For Certificate Forgery

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna The Management of National Examinations Council (NECO) has approved the dismissal of 70 staff from her services for certificate forgery. A statement signed by head of information Unit of the Council Azeez Sani, stated that the dismissals resulted from a report submitted by a Management Committee …

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IBBUL Proffer Solutions To Campus Robbery

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna Worried by incessant cases of campus Robbery, Management of the Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai (IBBUL) in Niger State, has intensified strategies to curb robbery attacks on students in both on and off-campus hostels at Lapai town. The school management stated this at a meeting to …

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Fallen standard of Education; 2500 Teachers To Receive Appointment

From Mathew Jwantu Minna In an effort to curtail the fallen standard of Education in the Country, Niger state government has recruited 2,500 teachers to resume work in November. Chairman State Universal Basic Education Alhaji Alhassan Mohammed Bawa told Journalists in Minna in a press briefing Bawa who faulted the …

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30.000 Candidates Missed Post-UTME Over Debt Owed NECO

From Mathew Jwantu, Minna Arising from the debt owed by Niger State Government, over 30,000 students from various public schools, missed post-UTME as NECO refused to released their results. Investigation revealed that the development has led to their failure to attend post-UTME screenings of the universities of their choice. Meanwhile, …

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