Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Education

ASUU extends strike by three months as students protest nationwide

ASUU has consistently condemned what it described as the failure of the government to meet its demands.

FG to take over management of University of Medical Sciences Uburu, says Buhari

On the request by the State governor to buy airport equipment valued at N10 billion, the President promised to find out the position of the Ministry of Aviation regarding that.

Senate passes bill to establish transportation university in Buhari’s home town

He said that the development of the transport sector by knowledge transfer and capacity building would generate employment opportunities for Nigerians.

OAU gets new vice chancellor

The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, Owelle Oscar Udoji, announced the appointment at the Main Hall Africa Centre of Excellence in ICT-Driven Knowledge Park of OAU, on Thursday, in Ile-Ife.

ASUU extends warning strike by 2 months

The body had embarked on a one month strike which expires on March 14 to press home their demands from the Nigerian government.

NECO releases 2021 external SSCE

He said that 35,706 out of 45,756 candidates representing 78.04 per cent got five credits and above in Mathematics.

Pantami: Nigerian graduates unproductive, unemployable

Mr Pantami also said the high rate of unemployment in the country is because those coming out of schools are relying on the government to secure jobs for them rather than going entrepreneurial.

ASUU begins one-month warning strike, says Pantami’s promotion as professor illegal

The announcement was made by Professor Emmanuel Osodeke, President of ASUU, on Monday, after a two-day meeting of the union’s National Executive Committee (NEC) held on Saturday and Sunday at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Lagos.

ASUU opts for one-month warning strike

The fresh ASUU strike is to allow the Federal Government do the needful, failure to which the union would go on an indefinite strike.
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