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The state Commissioner for Basic Education, Kate Omenugha, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Awka, the state capital on Tuesday.

Anambra deploys technology to tackle exam malpractice

The Anambra State Government on Monday said plans were underway to commence the deployment of technology to monitor examinations in public schools across the state.
A Civil Society Group has decried the plans by educational institutions across the country to resume academic activities without adequate safety measures to contain the devastating impacts of the second wave of COVID-19.

Private, public schools reopen amid fear of coronavirus

The Federal Government, through the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 Control, announced in December that schools should not reopen for the second term, following the second wave of Coronavirus.
Governor Willie Obiano

Governor Obiano to host educational icons award in Anambra

Anambra State Governor, Chief Willie Obiano, is expected to host the 2020 Anambra Educational Icons Award scheduled to be held in the state. At the event ceremony which would be held in partnership with MicNet Concept International, about 100 outstanding personalities would be honoured.
The Minister of State, Education, Mr. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, said this while answering questions at the 52nd joint national briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 in Abuja.

Nigerian government to partner Anambra on its e-learning initiative

The Minister of State for Education, Mr Emeka Nwajiuba, on Sunday said that the Federal Government would partner Anambra Government in its e-learning initiative toward enhancing effective teaching and learning in post–COVID-19 era.
The state Commissioner for Basic Education, Kate Omenugha, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Awka, the state capital on Tuesday.

Anambra clears SS3 students for resumption from August 4

Anambra State Ministry of Basic Education has said that only SS3 students in approved Public, Private and Mission schools can resume studies in the state.
The state Commissioner for Basic Education, Kate Omenugha, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Awka, the state capital on Tuesday.

Poor ICT compliance level among teachers worry Nigerian commissioner

Prof. Kate Omenugha, Anambra Commissioner for Basic Education, on Friday said the government was worried by the poor Information and Communication Technology (ICT) compliance level of teachers in the state.
Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo has warned parents against allowing their wards to patronize private tutorial centres during the period of schools closure.

Lagos debunks report on third term resumption

The Lagos State Ministry of Education has debunked a social media report alleging that a decision had been purportedly reached with an unnamed “Honourable Commissioner for Basic Education” regarding a new set of guidelines for schools resumption in the State.
The state Commissioner for Basic Education, Kate Omenugha, disclosed this in an interview with journalists in Awka, the state capital on Tuesday.

Anambra proscribes 12 private schools for examination malpractices

Anambra State Government on Tuesday announced the closure of 12 private schools in the state for engaging in alleged irregularities, including examination malpractices.

Anambra to sack unqualified teachers

The Anambra State government has said teachers without requisite qualifications will be disengaged by December 31.
Students of Regina Paecies who won Gold in the World Technovation Challenge

Governor Obiano presents cheques of N1 million each to six winners of World Robotics,...

Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra on Tuesday presented cheques of one million Naira to each to the six students of the Regina Pacis Secondary School who won Gold Medal in the recently concluded World Technovation held at the Silicon Valley, San Francisco, USA.

Anambra government to sack teachers who can’t recite state shared values

Anambra State Commissioner for Basic Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha, has said the state government would sack teachers in the state who failed to recite the state’s shared values.

Anambra government plans to send 4 commissioners, special advisers to Harvard

The Anambra State Government would sponsor two Commissioners and two Special Advisers in the state to undertake Executive training at the Harvard Business School, in the United States of America.

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Rivers governor hits PDP NWC over Babangida Aliyu

Governor Nyesom Wike has condemned Uche Secondus led National Working Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for not taking stern disciplinary action against former governor of Niger State, Dr Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu, over his recent claim that he conspired with others to ensure that President Goodluck Jonathan lost the 2015 presidential election.
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Estate owners ask Nigerian government to review AMCON’s conduct

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Washington responded with calm determination as former police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all charges of murdering George Floyd, ending a trial that has put the country on edge as it confronts the realities of racial injustice and police violence.

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Fresh attack on Thursday night claimed six lives as gunmen opened fire on some villagers at Wereng village, Riyom local government area of Plateau State, killing six and injuring three villagers.

Cleric urges Muslims to eschew tribalism at Ramadan lecture

Nigerian Muslims have been enjoined to eschew tribalism but see themselves as one even, in the face of various challenges confronting the country.
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Russia will ask 10 U.S. diplomats to leave the country in retaliation for Washington’s expulsion of the same number of Russian diplomats over alleged malign activity, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.