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Ekiti students clash with drivers over rape of female colleague

Ikere Ekiti almost became a theatre of war yesterday, as students and commercial drivers engaged each other in a violent clash over alleged rape of a female student (names withheld).

Consult students in future before downing tools – NANS tells ASUU

We must be consulted in the future before the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) embarks on strikes, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has warned.

Nasarawa places embargo on employment of non-academic staff in tertiary institutions

The Nasarawa State Government has placed an embargo on the employment of non-academic staff in three of its tertiary institutions.

World Bank to improve literacy rate among school-age children

The World Bank Group said on Tuesday that it would continue to support Nigeria toward boosting the literacy rate especially among school-age children.

World Bank pledges continuous support for Nigeria on child education

The World Bank Group said on Tuesday that it would continue to support Nigeria toward boosting the literacy rate, especially among school-age children.

NANS urges fed govt to declare state of emergency on education

The National Association of Nigerians Students, NANS, has asked the Federal Government to urgently declare a state of emergency in the nation’s education sector in order to arrest the rot and instability inherent in the system.

Niger college wins first JAMB football tourney

Niger State College of Education, Minna, has won the first JAMB tertiary institutions football competition, held in Ilorin.

Aregbesola reinstates sacked officials of Osun college

Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun State has recalled five officials of the Osun State College of Education, Ila Orangun, who were disengaged from the institution in 2015.

Group begs Amosun not to move proposed Poly from Ipokia

A group, the Ipokia Youth Development Council (IYDC), has appealed to the governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, not to bow to the pressure by rescinding his administration’s decision to locate the proposed Ogun State Polytechnic in Ipokia town.

Don canvasses synergy between fed govt and private sectors to revive textile industries

The Head of Political Science Department, College of Education, Oro in Kwara, Mr Musbau Abdulkareem, says strong collaboration between private investors and government will revive Nigeria’s moribund textile industries.

JAMB has not close date for change of courses, institutions – spokesman

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Monday said it would not close the change of courses and institutions procedures, until 2017/2018 admission is concluded.

Obaseki approves special bursary for visually impaired students

The Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has approved the payment of special bursary for visually impaired indigenes of the state studying in tertiary institutions.

Dropped ICPC nominees deny allegations of fraud

The two nominees to the board of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission and Other Related offences Commission (ICPC) dropped by the Presidency, Dr. Saadu Alanamu and Hajiya Maimuna Aliyu, on Monday denied the allegations of fraud levelled against them.

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Wike seeks Surveyor-General help in retrieving oil wells from Bayelsa

Rivers State Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has urged the Surveyor-General of the Federation to resolve the lingering dispute over oil wells of the state wrongly ceded to Bayelsa state during the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Fed govt pledges better funding of road projects nationwide – Fashola

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, said the Federal Government would henceforth ensure better funding of the various ongoing road projects across the country.

Togo’s opposition boycotts constitutional reform vote

Togo's opposition stayed away from parliament on Tuesday, blocking the passage of the government's bill for political reform and forcing a referendum.

Fed govt inaugurates capital market investments and securities tribunal

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, Tuesday inaugurated the fourth Investments and Securities Tribunal (IST) to enhance effectiveness and efficiency in handling the rising number of the new cases of operational misconduct in the capital market.

There are Igbo in Sambisa forest – Ikpeazu

Okezie Ikpeazu, Abia state governor, says there are Igbo people in Sambisa forest, a stronghold of the Boko Haram sect in Borno state.

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Szczesny replaces Buffon as Juventus look for perfect five

Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny will replace skipper Gianluigi Buffon as champions Juventus look to make it five Serie A wins out of five against Fiorentina on Wednesday.

IPOB: Northern govs commend Wike’s move in restoring peace

The Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima, has commended the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, for taking urgent steps in protecting the lives of Nigerians in the state.

Nigerian inflation slows for 7th month in August to 16.01 pct

Annual inflation in Nigeria slowed for a seventh month in August, easing to 16.01 percent, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Friday.

Kano anti-graft agency boss urges youths to shun corruption

Mr Muhiyi Rimin-Gado, the Executive Chairman of Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission has called on youths in the country to shun corruption and make integrity their watch word.

South-East govs proscribe IPOB activities, urge Buhari to withdraw army

The South-East Governors Forum, at a meeting in Enugu on Friday, proscribed the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra in the five states of the region.