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Al-Qalam University: None of our student is kidnapped, killed

Al-Qalam University, Katsina, has described as false a social media post in circulation alleging the kidnap and killing of its students insisting that “none of its student is reported missing, kidnapped or killed by any parent or security personnel.”

NLC strike paralyses Activities in Katsina

Academic activities in schools and office work were grounded in Katsina State Thursday as the nationwide warning strike declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) commenced Thursday.

Kano government uncovers $1 million stashed in foreign account by Senator Kwankwaso

The Kano State Government has revealed how it discovered a sum of over $1 million allegedly paid by former governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso to a university in Ukraine where no Kano state student was studying.

Gunmen kill two Katsina university students

Gunmen, in the early hours of Sunday, invaded Bagiwa village in Mani Local Government Area of Katsina State killing two students of Al-Qalam University, Katsina, injuring one and kidnapping another.

Gunmen kill 2 Katsina university students

Gunmen, in the early hours of Sunday, invaded Bagiwa village in Mani Local Government Area of Katsina state killing two students of Al-Qalam University, Katsina, injuring one and kidnapping another.

Al-Qalam University expels 16 students

The Al-Qalam University, popularly referred to as Islamic University, Katsina, has expelled 16 of its students over various offences considered as gross misconduct in the rules and regulations governing the school.

Ahmadu Bello University ranks No 1 in Nigeria

The National University Commission has released its rankings for all Universities in Nigeria, both private and government owned.

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