JAMB releases more 36,540 UTME results

In a Tuesday statement by its spokesman, Fabian Benjamin, the exam body said the release follows that of last week (531 results) bringing the total number of released results to 1,879,437.

ASUU threatens to go on strike

Emmanuel Osodeke, ASUU President made the threat on Tuesday at a press briefing, saying the Bola Tinubu administration has been given enough time to do the needful.

I will ensure no child is excluded from quality education – Tinubu

The campaign, spearheaded by his wife Remi Tinubu, is themed "Education as a Powerful Tool for Change," and has been launched in over 15 African countries with special focuses on health, education, economic empowerment, and gender-based violence.

Abducted Confluence University students freed

The students were kidnapped Thursday night while reading in preparation of their first semester examination coming up this week when the kidnappers struck and whisked them away.

Students loan takes-off January, FG reiterates

The Minister added that transnational education will ease placement pressures and allow progressive exchange of ideas and research.

FG suspends N-Power, school feeding programme, others amid corruption probe

Imohiosen said the ongoing investigation of alleged malfeasance in the management of the agency and its programmes led to the development.

Nigeria suspends accreditation of degree certificates from Benin Republic, Togo

This is in reaction to a report detailing how a degree was acquired from a university in Benin Republic in under two months.

JAMB increases 2024 UTME registration fees

The board also said the application documents for foreign candidates will now be available at $30.

2024 UTME: JAMB fixes dates for registration, tests

He said the dates were decided at a two-day Information Technology (IT) and Management retreat held between 26 and 28 November.
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