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NERDC promises to support Kogi on curriculum, indigenous language

The Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC), on Friday promised to support Kogi Government on teachers’ training, production of curriculum and indigenous languages.

Kogi government to establish technical colleges in 21 LGAs

Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi on Wednesday, says his administration has concluded plan to establish more technical colleges across the 21 local government areas of the state.

Kogi commissioner organizes skills acquisition for 150 youths

The Kogi Commissioner for Education, Science & Technology, Mrs Rosemary Osikoya, has organised a three-day skills acquisiton programme for over 150 youths and women in the state.

Kogi government condemns burning of Senator Melaye’s constituency projects in Lokoja

The Kogi State government has condemned the burning of four of the constituency projects of Senator Dino Melaye in Lokoja, the state capital by some arsonists due for commissioning Wednesday.

Hoodlums destroy, burn Senator Dino Melaye’s constituency projects

Hoodlums in the early hours of Tuesday destroyed and set ablaze some constituency projects embarked upon by senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West senatorial district of the state.

Governor Bello promises zero tolerance to examination malpractice in Kogi

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi on Tuesday pledged the state government’s readiness to ensure zero tolerance to examination malpractice in both public and private secondary schools across the state.

Kogi govt adopts stringent measures against exam malpractice

Worried by West African Examination Council (WAEC)’s banning of 47 secondary schools from serving as examination centres following incessant malpractices, the Kogi government has adopted stringent measures to check the trend.

Kogi govt bans 47 schools from 2018 WASSCE over exam malpractice

Kogi State government has banned 47 schools from presenting candidates in the 2018 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

WAEC bans 47 secondary schools in Kogi

The West African Examination Council has banned 47 secondary schools accused of aiding and abetting examination malpractice in Kogi State, from serving as centres for its examinations.

Kogi govt solicits media support on environmental law campaign

Kogi State Government has solicited the co-operation of media organisations in the state to help in sensitising the people on the need to obey environmental sanitation laws.

Flood: Some Kogi residents unwilling to relocate from dangerous plains – Commissioner

Kogi state Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Rosemary Osikoya, on Saturday appealed to residents of the state whose houses were located in flood plains, to vacate those areas.

Floods: Kogi govt orders evacuation in affected areas

The Kogi Government on Thursday ordered the immediate evacuation of traders, shanties and temporary structures around NATCO Junction of the Okene/Lokoja/Abuja Expressway in Lokoja.

Kogi urges residents’ relocation over flooding

Following a forecast by the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) of likely reoccurrence of 2012 cycle of flooding, which ravaged some parts of the state, Kogi State Government has urged some residents to relocated upland.

Flood: Kogi govt takes awareness campaign to riverine communites

Kogi Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mrs Rosemary Osikoya, on Monday said that the government had extended its flood alert campaign to the state’s reverine areas.

Kogi govt commends groups monthly cleaning operation

The Kogi Government on Saturday commended the participation of various communities and groups in the monthly refuse clearing operation across the state.

Flood sacks two Kogi communities

Two communities in Kogi, Okudigbo and Odochala in Ibaji Local Government have been submerged by flood which also destroyed property.

Kogi re-opens forests, trains managers on new tariff

The Kogi State Government on Wednesday organised a one-day training for its forestry officers, guards and contractors on forestry tariff and tree planting in the lead up to the re-opening of its forests.

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