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Police arrest cleric for alleged rape

A 25-year-old man, who claimed to be an Islamic cleric, had been arrested by the police for allegedly raping a 29-year-old student of Federal College of Education, Technical, Akoka, Lagos.
Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed

Minister: Don’t share any information you can’t vouch on social media

The Federal Government on Wednesday admonished Nigerians not to share any information for which they cannot vouch on Facebook, Twitter or WhatsApp as a measure to curtail fake news menace.
Lasisi Oluboyo

How my daughter was killed for ritual – Ex-Ondo deputy governor

Alhaji Lasisi Oluboyo, the bereaved father of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, final year student, Khadijah, who was allegedly murdered for ritual purpose, has resigned to fate over the death of his first child.
College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti

Ekiti college workers declare support for Kayode Fayemi

Workers at College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti have pledged support for the All Progressives Congress governorship candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, ahead of the July 14 election.

Catholic Bishop: Imbibe virtues of truthfulness and humility

Catholic Bishop of Issele-Uku Diocese in Delta State, Michael Elue, on Sunday, urged Nigerians irrespective of religious inclination, to always imbibe the virtues of truthfulness and humility.

PDP tackles Edo government for sacking college workers

The Peoples Democratic Party on Sunday took a swipe on the Edo State Government over the dismissal of workers at the state-owned College of Agriculture, Iguoriakhi.

Retired mathematics lecturer killed in Benin City

Dr. Omoruyi Igbagbon, a retired mathematics lecturer at the College of Education, Ekiadolor, near Benin, has been confirmed killed by gunmen.

Governor Abubakar renames College of Education in Kangere

Governor Mohammed Abdullahi Abubakar has approved the renaming of College of Education Kangere to Adamu Tafawa Balewa College Of Ed‎ucation, Kangere.

Edo government to run multi-campus college of education

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has disclosed plans to restructure the state’s tertiary education scene for the training of teachers with competencies in different knowledge and skill areas, especially basic and technical education.

College student dies at Ondo corpers’ lodge

A student of the College of Education, Ikere Ekiti, Ekiti State, identified as Akintunde Adegunloye was reportedly found dead in his friend’s room on the premises of the Ondo State Specialists Hospital, Ondo town, Ondo State.

Bauchi government to spend N395 million on electrification project

The Bauchi State Government has approved N395million for the electrification rehabilitation of some communities in Alkaleri and Misau Local Government Areas (LGAs) in the state.

Official: Why Taraba is owing retirees N11 billion gratuity

The Taraba State Government on Friday said the shortfall in revenue allocation and the need to pay salaries as at when due were reasons the state government was owing retirees N11 billion gratuity.

Cholera kills Bauchi college student, three hospitalised

There was panic at the College of Education, Kangere, Bauchi State, on Wednesday, following an outbreak of cholera which killed one student.

President Buhari: I’m not aware that IGP did not spend 24 hours in Benue

President Muhammadu Buhari says he is not aware that Ibrahim Idris, inspector-general of police, did not heed his instruction in Benue state.

President Buhari: Federal govt deeply concerned about Benue attacks

President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday said that government was deeply worried about the incessant attacks on Benue’s rural communities, and vowed to end the menace “very soon”.

Do something about resumption of EKSU, others – NANS tells Governor Fayose

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), South West Zone D, has called on Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State to see to the quick resumption of the Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado Ekiti.

Nasarawa college expels 20 students over exams malpractice

Twenty students of College of Education, Akwanga, in Nasarawa state, have been expelled over examination malpractices.

College expels 22 students for examination malpractices

The Academic Board of the College of Education, Akwanga in Nasarawa State has approved the expulsion of 22 students of the institution for examination malpractices.

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FUT Minna expels PhD student for plagiarism, 3 others for overstaying

Authorities of Federal University of Technology, FUT, Minna, Niger State, has expelled a doctoral student, Olateju Ademola Mukaila, for plagiarism while three undergraduates were also expelled for overstaying in the institution.
Tosin Omoyele

Plateau United striker Tosin Omoyele to undergo trials at Norwegian club Stabaek

Omoyele made his name at NNL side Osun United, where he scored 15 goals before he moved to champions Plateau United for this season to cool off interests from several other top NPFL sides.

Kwara government decries vandalism, theft of streetlights

Kwara State government has warned against vandalism and theft of streetlight cables and bulbs and other components of solar farm tunnels currently being built in Ilorin under the Light-Up Kwara (LUK) project.
Park Geun Hye

South Korea’s ex-president gets another 8 years in prison

A South Korean court on Friday sentenced impeached former President Park Geun Hye to a total of eight years in prison on top of the 24 years she already faces, in a verdict that found her guilty of accepting slush funds from the nation’s intelligence agency and interfering in an election.
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Study: CT scan increases risk of brain tumour

Computed tomography (CT) or computerised axial tomography (CAT) scan may increase the risk of brain tumour, a research has found.