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Lecturer drags Osun Poly to court over alleged unlawful termination

Justice Opeloye Ogunbowale of the National Industrial Court, Ibadan Division, on Thursday adjourned until Dec. 11, 2018 a suit filed by Mr Ayobami Lawal, a former Dean of Faculty of Mass Communication, Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

Osun tertiary institutions declare indefinite strike

The academic members of staff of three tertiary Institutions in Osun State have declared the immediate commencement of an indefinite strike action.

Olawunmi Bayode breaks Guinness record in longest marathon reading aloud

A Nigerian Olawunmi Bayode has set a new Guinness Record in the “Longest Marathon Reading Aloud” Category.

Osun lecturers to begin indefinite strike January 15

Despite the suspension of strike by workers in Osun State, lecturers in the four higher institutions, owned by the state, have said they will begin an indefinite strike on January 15, 2018, if the issues raised in their notice of strike are not resolved.

Osun lecturers declare strike over half salary

Barely 24 hours after the start of an indefinite strike by the labour movement in Osun State, lecturers at the Osun State Polytechnics and the state’s Colleges of Education have declared that they will embark on an indefinite strike to protest the payment of half salaries by Governor Rauf Aregbesola.

Osun lecturers give Governor Aregbesola 21-day strike notice over half salary

Lecturers at the polytechnics and colleges of education owned by the Osun State Government have given Governor Rauf Aregbesola a 21-day ultimatum to resume payment of full salaries and address other issues including obnoxious taxes, lack of good roads and toilets for students.

Man bags 6 months jail term for stealing Sallah ram

An Osogbo Magistrate court in Osun state has sentenced a 30-year-old man, Sulaiman Awokunle, to six months imprisonment for stealing a ram meant for Eid-el-Kabir Sallah celebration.

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World Bank grants Tanzania $300 million to support education sector

The World Bank on Friday said that it had granted $300 million to Tanzania to support its education sector, a statement from the country’s Directorate of Presidential Communication said.