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    The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) of Plateau State University has embarked on an indefinite strike.
    The union stated that it is embarking on the industrial over the nonchalant attitude of the state government to address some problems confronting the Institution.
    The Chairman of ASUU in the institution, Dr Bentse Pamson, disclosed this to newsmen.
    He stated that the decision was arrived at by their members to go on strike during an emergency congress held in Jos Saturday.
     
    Pamson said, “We have just held our congress where our members unanimously agreed to proceed on strike immediately. We have already secured the approval of NEC to embark on local strike action at Plateau State University if the state government fails to meet our demands.”
    He said the action of the union bordered on poor infrastructural development in the University.
    He added that 90 per cent of the ongoing structures in the school were constructed by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND).
    He said other reasons behind the strike include insecurity of students and arrears of earned allowance for members.
    He explained that the union had been pressing for these demands for the past three years, but nothing had been done to address them, hence the justification for the industrial action.
     

  1. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has warned President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to stop relying on imported COVID-19 vaccines.
    The body advised the federal government to encourage universities and research institutes to find treatment.
    Dipo Akomolafe, ASUU Chairman, Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology (OAUSTECH) spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday.
     
    “If our universities and research institutes are mobilised and encouraged by the Federal Government, they will find a solution to the scourge of coronavirus,” he said.
    The union leader stressed that the closure of schools to curb COVID-19 spread was not the solution.
    He told the authorities to ensure provisions of facilities in schools to enable them function safely.
    “From the presentation of the government so far, most deaths recorded were from the ages of 60 above and the range of youths was not much. The closure of schools over COVID-19 is not the option,” he added.
     

    Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has announced the suspension of schools’ resumption till at least February 1st, 2021 following the increasing number of COVID-19 cases.
    Obaseki rolled out several measures to halt the spread of the virus in the state during a press conference inside the government house in Benin city on Friday.
     
    He expressed that after February 1, 2021, the prevailing realities would be reviewed to determine if it would be safe to reopen the schools.
    He also announced a review of the curfew earlier imposed in the state to now start from 10 pm to 5 am as part of efforts to check the spate of COVID-19 cases.
     

    The Federal Ministry of Education on Thursday updated its guidelines for school reopening, suspending assembly, and visiting days in schools.
    This was disclosed in a statement titled, ‘School resumption date of January 18, 2021 stands – Minister’, by the ministry’s Director of Press and Public Relations, Ben Bem Goong.
    According to the statement, the decision to reopen schools and review the COVID-19 protocols was following a comprehensive appraisal of the situation.
     
    The federal government directed that all students, teachers, and workers in all schools must wear facemasks at all times.
    Government also put limitations to class sizes and hostel occupancy, asking schools to ensure temperature checks and put hand washing facilities in strategic locations in all schools.
    The government also asked the school authorities to ensure constant supply of water and sanitizers, and make available functional health clinics with facilities for isolation and transportation of suspected cases to medical facilities.
     

    The Federal Government has given the greenlight for schools to resume on January 18.
    The Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arc. Sonny Echono, confirmed this to THE NATION on Thursday.
    He stated that this decision was reached at a meeting between the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu and Commissioners of Education in Abuja.
     
    He said: “We have had extensive discussions with state governors, proprietors of schools, labour /staff unions and students’ representatives. And the consensus is that we should reopen all schools.
    “But the reopening of schools will be in compliance with COVID-19 protocols, especially strict adherence to non-pharmaceutical procedures.”
     

    Legal Luminary, Afe Babalola (SAN), has described the mass closure of Nigerian universities by the federal government owing to the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic as unconstitutional.
    The founder of Afe Babalola University expressed this view in Ado Ekiti on Wednesday at a press conference about the attempt by the federal government to defer the resumption of universities earlier slated for January 18.
    He expressed that such action would turn out to be counterproductive and disastrous to the education sector, especially closing down of private schools without prior consultation.
     
    The Legal Icon said: “I am of the firm view that mass closure of schools is unconstitutional, disastrous and counter-productive.
    “It is certainly unjust to the parents, teachers, students and Proprietors of schools and also violates the rule of natural justice,” he stated.
    He further described such scenario to be at variance with what is obtainable in the developed world.
    This reaction is coming few days after Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, stated that the January 18, earlier set by the federal government for schools resumption might be reviewed.
     

    The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released the internal Senior Secondary School Examination (SSCE) results.
    The Council  announced that there has been a two per cent increase in candidates who made five credits and above in all subjects.
    Thr examination body also derecognised 12 schools for their involvement in mass cheating and cases of malpractice.
     
    The Registrar, Professor Godswill Obioma, announced this at the NECO Headquarters in Minna on Wednesday.
    Obioma stated that the schools derecognised include four schools in Adamawa, two in Kaduna, two in Kastina, Two in Niger, one in Taraba and one in FCT.
    He said that 24 supervisors were blacklisted for various offences ranging from poor supervision, aiding and abetting, connivance with non candidates to write answers on chalkboards.
     

    The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has announced January 25, 2021 as resumption date for online classes.
    This was made known in the revised academic calendar for the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic session released by UNILAG on Wednesday.
    The new semester is expected to run until April 1, 2021.
    This announcement is coming at a time when there has been a serious debate on whether to reopen schools with the incresse in COVID-19 cases.
     
    Last Friday, the National Universities Commission (NUC) directed vice-chancellors of universities to resume academic activities on January 18, 2021.
    Students of many public universities have been at home since March 2020 following the industrial action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), which was called off few days to the end of the year.
     

    National President of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU), Mohammed Ibrahim has expressed that the union might embark on an industrial action if the Federal Government does not listen to their demands.
    Ibrahim made this known in an interview on Channels Television breakfast programme Sunrise Daily on Wednesday.
    Recall that on Tuesday,  the Joint Action Committee (JAC) of Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) commenced a three-day national protest.
    The universities’ workers are proresting over irregularities in Integrated Payroll Personnel Information System (IPPIS) payments, non-payment of Earned Allowances, non-payment of arrears in minimum wage among other issues.
     
    On Wednesday, Ibrahim stated that although negotiations are currently ongoing, the union might go on a strike.
    Ibrahim said, “The major aim of our protest is to sensitise government that look, you have a problem. The problem is that you are not honouring agreements. From agreements you have moved to MoUs and MoUs are becoming just a charade – you sit down and take tea and the MoUs will never see the light of the day.
    “After day 3, we will meet and appraise the situation and let the world know our next line of action. But whenever you see the two unions –NASU and SSANU– meet, any decision we take will be in the best interest of the students and our membership.”
     

    With the increasing number of coronavirus cases, the Anambra State government has shifted the resumption of schools to January 26.
    Recall that students in the State were earlier scheduled to resume on the 18th of January.
    However, on Tuesday, Governor Willie Obiano announced the new date in Awka during a broadcast on the second wave of COVID-19.

     
    Obiano said: “Schools in Anambra shall not re-open on January 18, 2021, as earlier scheduled. Rather, schools will re-open after two weeks from today to enable the principals and teachers to prepare for the return of our children.”
    In the same broadcast, Obiano also threatened to shut down markets if they are found violating COVID-19 protocols after one week.
    “For the sake of emphasis, nobody should go to any market, public places, churches, schools, enter any transport, attend functions as stated above without properly wearing of facemasks.”
     

    The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 has come out to state that schools will resume on January 18 until the Ministry of Education issues a new directive.
    PTF National Coordinator, Dr Sani Aliyu, stated this while featuring on a television programme on Tuesday.
    Recall that Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, had on Monday, stated that the Federal Government would review the January 18 earlier date fixed for resumption of schools across Nigeria due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases.
    Clarifying the position of government, Dr. Aliyu stated that the minister did not say the date has been changed.
    Aliyu said, “As regards schools, I just want to make a clarification, what the minister said yesterday was that they were going to review, he didn’t say that they were going to change the date. He said they will review the situation and let the nation know.
    “So, for the moment, it is still 18th January until the ministry of education comes back either with an alternative date or reconfirm that.”
     

    As the debate on reopening of schools amidst the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic continues, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has urged the Federal Government and members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to resume academic activities in public universities.
    This call was made by NANS President, Sunday Asefon, in a statement made available to newsmen on Tuesday.
     
    In the statement, the students’ body urged the Federal Government to rejig its basic COVID guidelines for schools resumption rather than shift resumption.
    The body also directed its chapters in all tertiary institutions to set up COVID-19 task force teams to enforce all guidelines outlined by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 and ensure safe reopening of schools.
     
     

    ASUUThe Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has revealed the reasons it is insisting on closure of universities in the middle of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
    Recall that the National Universities Commission (NUC) directed universities to resume academic activities on January 18.
    ASUU, however, is calling on the federal government to review the directive as COVID-19 cases increase across the country.
    The President of the union, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, made the union’s position known while speaking on Channels TV Sunrise Daily on Tuesday.
    Also Read: FG To Review Resumption Date For Schools: Minister
    He said, “Our concern is rooted in the safety of our members, what happens to congested hostels, crowded classrooms? What flexible arrangements are in place? It is a situation of emergency. I’m not sure the Universities can cope.”
    Ogunyemi, when asked if e-learning was a way out of the situation, stated that the necessary infrastructure was not in place.
    “We are aware that some universities are putting measures in place, with alternative learning models,” he said. “Some are even trying blended classes, virtual and physical.
    “But these efforts are limited. They get to a point they can’t go further.
    “ASUU has been talking about revitalisation since 2012. These are some of the areas where the assistance would have helped. Universities need huge funds to do this.
    “People are saying start virtual classes, but more than 60 per cent of our students will run into trouble – they can’t afford data or smartphones.”
     
    The post Why We Are Against Re-Opening Of Universities Amid Pandemic – ASUU appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    SSANU, NASUThe Joint Action Committee of Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) and Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) has commenced a three-day national protest.
    Recall that on Friday,  NASU General Secretary, Peters Adeyemi, and SSANU President, Mohammed Ibrahim called on all members in branches of Universities and Inter-University centres across the nation to embark on industrial action.
    Also Read: FG To Review Resumption Date For Schools: Minister
    As a follow-up move to the statement, on Tuesday morning university workers across the country embarked on protests.
    The members are protesting over irregularities in Integrated Payroll Personnel Information System (IPPIS) payments, non-payment of Earned Allowances, non-payment of arrears in minimum wage among others.
    The unions are reportedly also protesting the sharing formula of the N70 billion given to universities by the Federal Government.
    According to the unions, the 25% designated for its members is not favourable.
    The post SSANU, NASU Members Commence Three-Day National Protest appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Education Minister, Adamu AdamuMinister of Education, Adamu Adamu has disclosed that it would review the January 18 date scheduled for the resumption of schools across Nigeria.
    The Minister attributed its decision to the increase in COVID-19 cases in the country.
    Also Read: Insecurity: Sokoto Approves Merger Of Boarding Schools In Border Towns
    He stated this while answering questions during a press briefing by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja on Monday.
    The Minister said, “On the January 18 resumption date, we are reviewing it. We are going to review it.”
    “At the PTF meeting today, we considered it, and tomorrow, the ministry is going to take it up.”
    The post FG To Review Resumption Date For Schools: Minister appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    FUTAThe Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), has announced that academic activities will resume on January 18.
    This is coming after 10 months of staying at home due to the industrial action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
    This was disclosed in a statement signed by Adegbenro Adebayo, the Deputy Director, Corporate Communications and Protocol of the university, on Monday in Akure.
    The statement stated, “The Senate of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, at its meeting of Friday, Jan. 8, 2021, has given approval for the resumption of academic activities from Monday, Jan. 18, 2021.
    Also Read: It’s Unsafe To Reopen Varsities Now, COVID-19 Guidelines Absent – ASUU
    “By this notice, students are expected back on campus on Monday, Jan. 18, 2021,” the statement read.
    He, however, warned that students should not return to campus, under any guise, before the date of resumption.
    According to him, in view of the current COVID-19 pandemic, all returning students are advised to strictly adhere to all safety precautions, protocols and guidelines put in place by the university.
    He tasked students to come with their facemasks which must be worn at all times in and around the university.
    The post FUTA Resumes January 18 appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Professor Damola OkeProfessor Damola Oke has been appointed as the Acting Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University (LASU).
    Before his appointment, Professor Oke was the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration of the institution.
    Also Read: Sanwo-Olu Cancels Selection Process For LASU VC
    Professor Oke takes over from the outgoing 8th substantive vice-chancellor, Professor Olanrewaju Fagbohun, whose tenure ends on Monday, January 11.
    Gboyega Akosile, the spokesman of Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced this development on Monday via his Twitter account.
    He wrote:
    “Flash: Lagos State University @LASUOfficial has appointed the institution’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Administration, Prof. Damola Oke, as the acting vice-chancellor. He was appointed at the varsity’s emergency Senate meeting on Monday.”

    The post Damola Oke Appointed Acting LASU VC appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    ASUUAs the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues, branches of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have stated that universities are not ready for safe reopening.
    The branches came to this conclusion after assessing COVID-19 protocols in the universities.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Reopen On January 18, NUC Tells Varsities
    In separate interviews with The PUNCH, the chapters of the union commented on the directive of the National Universities Commission that universities could resume on January 18, but must adhere to COVID-19 protocols in hostels and lecture halls.
    The union stated that although its members were ready to start work, the government had not put measures in place for the safe reopening of the schools.
    The branches of the union interviewed all pointed to inadequate preparation for the pandemic, stating that none of the institutions had facilities to adhere to COVID-19 protocols.
    The post It’s Unsafe To Reopen Varsities Now, COVID-19 Guidelines Absent – ASUU appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Barely a few weeks after the suspension of the industrial action embarked on by the academic staff union of universities, (ASUU), new reports suggest that universities workers are set to hit the street in yet another protest.
    According to reports, workers under the aegies  of the joint action committee (JAC), of the ASUU, NASU and SSANU, are to start a three day national protest on Tuesday, 12 January against the government’s nonchalant attitude in handling the IPPS issue.
     
    The decision to embark on the protest was reached at a meeting held in Abuja on Friday night by the leadership of the unions.
    The workers will be protesting against the inconsistencies in the IPPS platform, non-payment of earned allowance and arrears of new minimum wage, and delay in the renegotiation of the 2009 agreement.
    The Union will reportedly embark on another strike after the protest.
    The post University workers set to protest against IPPS, others appeared first on 9jaonline.

    The Management of the Bayelsa Medical University wishes to notify all undergraduate students of the University who are yet to complete their tuition fees paid to do so upon resumption for the 2019/2020 second semester academic session.
    This is to avoid any stringent action by the management against defaulters.
    The tuition fee schedule is as follows:
    BAYELSA STUDENTS TUITION FEE (Excluding Acceptance and Accommodation fees)
    1st INSTALMENT – N122,350
    2nd INSTALMENT – N122,350
    3rd INSTALMENT – N122,350
    TOTAL FEE PAYABLE – N367,050
     
    NON-BAYELSA STUDENTS TUITION FEE (Excluding Acceptance and Accommodation fees)
    1st INSTALLMENT – N157,350
    2nd INSTALLMENT – N157,350
    3rd INSTALLMENT – N157,350
    TOTAL FEE PAYABLE – N472,050
     
    Account Name: Bayelsa Medical University
    Bank: First Bank Plc
    Account No: 2034006892
    Bayelsa Students on the loan scheme and students who have completed payment of their fees should please ignore this information.
    The post Bayelsa University notice to students on payment of outstanding fees appeared first on 9jaonline.

    This is to inform all candidates who have applied for undergraduate admission in Delta state school of marine technology (DESOMATECH) that the date for the 2nd batch of the screening exercise has been announced.
    According to the management, the 2nd batch screening shall commence on January 16th, 2021.
    Meanwhile, the second batch of Post-UTME registration is still ongoing interested applicants are advised to apply as soon as possible in order to be part of the 2nd batch of the screening Exercise.
    The post DESOMATECH 2nd batch post UTME screening exercise for 2020/2021 session appeared first on 9jaonline.

    The management of the School of Health Technology, Suleja has released the academic calendar for 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 intakes. See details below
    SCHOOL RESUMPTION —– 18/1/2021
    WEEDING EXERCISE/PLACEMENTS OF RESULTS —– 18th – 22nd January 2021
    SEMESTER REGISTRATION/SIGNING OF COURSE FORMS —– 18th – 29th January 2021
    ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR 2020/2021 SESSION NEW INTAKES —- 27TH JANUARY 2021
    PLACEMENT OF LECTURE TIME TABLE FOR NEW INTAKES AND RETURNING STUDENTS —- 18TH – 22ND JANUARY 2021
    LECTURES FOR NEW INTAKES —– 25TH JANUARY 2021 – 30TH MARCH 2021
    LECTURES FOR RETURNING STUDENTS —- 25TH JANUARY – 30TH APRIL 2021
    MID-SEMESTER BREAK —– 4TH & 5TH MARCH 2021
    SUBMISSION OF EXAMS QUESTIONS —– 8TH -19TH MARCH 2021
    CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT —- 15TH – 19TH MARCH 2021
    2020/2021 WEEDING EXAMINATION FOR NEW INTAKES —— 6TH – 20TH APRIL 2021
    2019/2020 SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS FOR RETURNING STUDENTS —- 17TH – 29TH MAY 2021
    MARKING AND COMPILATION OF WEDDING EXAMINATION RESULTS —- 3RD – 14TH MAY 2021
    MARKING AND COMPILATION OF SECOND SEMESTER RESULTS FOR RETURNING STUDENT —— 31ST MAY- 11TH JUNE 2021
    2020/2021 FIRST SEMESTER HOLIDAY —- 20TH APRIL – 17TH MAY 2021
    SECOND SEMESTER LECTURES FOR 2020/2021 SESSION –_ 17TH MAY- 16TH JULY 2021
    SECOND SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS FOR 2020/2021 —– 23RD – 31ST JULY 2021
    MARKINGS AND COMPILATION OF RESULTS —— 31ST JULY – 14TH AUGUST 2021
    2021/2022 ACADEMIC SESSION BEGINS —– 16TH AUGUST 2021
    The post School of Health Technology, Suleja 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 session appeared first on 9jaonline.

    The screening exercise for candidates who applied for OND and HND programmes in Environmental Health Technology, Health Information Management, and Medical Imaging Technology is scheduled to hold on Monday 18th January, 2021 at 9am in the College Auditorium.
    You are expected to come with original copies of the following:
    For OND Candidates: O’level result, UTME result slip and LGA identification letter.
    For HND Candidates: O’level result, OND result, admission application form and LGA identification letter.
    You are expected to pay a screening fee of ₦2000 at the Bursary department.
    SIGNED
    Ekwochi Clifford 
    FOR REGISTRAR
    The post Anambra State College of Health Technology, Obosi notice on ND/HND screening appeared first on 9jaonline.

    This is to inform all 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream II Corps members that their Orientation Course is scheduled to hold from Tuesday 19th, January to Monday 8th, February 2021.
    All corps members in this category are to take note of this and act accordingly.
    The post NYSC 2020 Batch B stream II orientation course date appeared first on 9jaonline.

    This is to inform the general public and prospective candidates of Evangel University Akaeze that all Fresh students are expected to resume on Saturday 16th January 2021.
    Registration and Lectures will commence on Monday, 18th January 2021.
    All fresh students of the university are to take note of this information.
    The post Evangel University Akaeze notice on resumption of fresh students for 2020/2021 session appeared first on 9jaonline.

    This is to inform all students that, the academic activities will resume on Monday, 18 January 2021.
    The instruction was given in line with the directives of the Executive Governor of Karió State, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje on the opening of all Tertiary institutions in the State and that of Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19 on resumption of schools across the country.
    All students are advised to continue observing the Covid-19 protocol.
    Thanks
    The post Federal College of Agricultural Produce Technology, Kano notice on resumption appeared first on 9jaonline.

    This is to inform the general public that, the POST UTME Screening Exercise for the 2020/2021 Academic Session for DELSU and UNIBEN Affiliate programmme has been scheduled for Wednesday 27th of January 2021.
    Candidates for the screening exercise are advised to take note of the new date.
    The post College of Education, Warri postpones Post-UTME screening exercise appeared first on 9jaonline.

    PLEASE VERIFY THIS NEWS VIA THE LINK BELOW REMAIN BLESS
    https://aaue.waeup.org/applicants
    This is to inform the prospective students of Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma (AAU)  that the university management has set new registration deadlines for the various admission form currently available for the new deadlines are as follows:
    Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination 2020/2021 Application 18/08/2020 – 31/03/2021
    Science and Humanities Programme 2020/2021 Application 18/08/2020 – 28/02/2021
     Institute of Education Diploma Programmes 2020/2021 Application 18/08/2020 – 28/02/2021
    Candidates are however advised to make use of this extension and act accordingly
     
     
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    Babajide Sanwo-OluLagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has ordered a fresh process for the appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University (LASU).
    The cancellation of the process for the appointment of the 9th VC was announced on Friday evening, by the governor’s spokesman, Gboyega Akosile.
    Akosile in the statement noted that a fresh process was ordered by the governor of which must be completed within 45 days.
    He noted that the decision followed an investigation and stakeholders’ engagement necessitated by petitions against the selection process.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Reopen On January 18, NUC Tells Varsities
    The governor directed also the outgoing VC, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun to convene an emergency Senate meeting.
    He stated that the purpose of the meeting is to appoint one of the deputy vice-chancellors as acting vice-chancellor from January 11.
    Sanwo-Olu added the DVC must not be a candidate in the cancelled selection process.
    The governor further directed that the senate should select among its members, a pro tem chairman to superintend the meeting and conduct of the election of an acting vice-chancellor.
     
    The post Sanwo-Olu Cancels Selection Process For LASU VC appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has ordered a fresh process for the appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University (LASU).
    The cancellation of the process for the appointment of the 9th VC was announced on Friday evening, by the governor’s spokesman, Gboyega Akosile.
    Akosile in the statement noted that a fresh process was ordered by the governor of which must be completed within 45 days.
    He noted that the decision followed an investigation and stakeholders’ engagement necessitated by petitions against the selection process.
     
    The governor directed also the outgoing VC, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun to convene an emergency Senate meeting.
    He stated that the purpose of the meeting is to appoint one of the deputy vice-chancellors as acting vice-chancellor from January 11.
    Sanwo-Olu added the DVC must not be a candidate in the cancelled selection process.
    The governor further directed that the senate should select among its members, a pro tem chairman to superintend the meeting and conduct of the election of an acting vice-chancellor.
     
     

    Aminu TambuwalSokoto State Government has announced the merger of boarding schools along the border of the State.
    The merger took effect from Friday, January 8, 2021.
    Accordingly, pupils of Government Boarding Primary Schools in Balle, Isa, and Jabo are to return to their respective schools for continuation of classes.
    Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal gave the approval for the merger in a statement by the PRO the State Ministry for Basic and Secondary Education, Malam Nura Bello Maikwanci.
    Also Read: Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction
    In the statement, the Governor stated that schools were merged with other boarding schools located in more secured towns.
    Affected by the development included; GSS Kebbe moved to GSS Sanyinna, Sultan Muhammadu Tambari Illela to GSS Gwadabawa, GSS S/Birnin Gobir to Sani Dangyadi Unit Secondary School, Farfaru.
    Also, Government Girls Secondary School Illela will move to HABMASS, Sokoto, UBEC S/Birnin Gobir to HABMASS, Sokoto, GGC Rabah to Government Girls Unity Secondary School Bodinga, GSS Gada to GSS Kware, GSS Gandi to GSS Wurno.
    Others are: GSS Goronyo to GSS Wurno, GSS Tureta to Sultan Abubakar College, Sokoto, GSS Isa to STC, Sokoto while GTC Binji to ABA, Farfaru and OOTC Bafarawa to GTC, Farfaru accordingly.
    The post Insecurity: Sokoto Approves Merger Of Boarding Schools In Border Towns appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Aminu TambuwalSokoto State Government has announced the merger of boarding schools along the border of the State.
    The merger took effect from Friday, January 8, 2021.
    Accordingly, pupils of Government Boarding Primary Schools in Balle, Isa, and Jabo are to return to their respective schools for continuation of classes.
    Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal gave the approval for the merger in a statement by the PRO the State Ministry for Basic and Secondary Education, Malam Nura Bello Maikwanci.
    Also Read: Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction
    In the statement, the Governor stated that schools were merged with other boarding schools located in more secured towns.
    Affected by the development included; GSS Kebbe moved to GSS Sanyinna, Sultan Muhammadu Tambari Illela to GSS Gwadabawa, GSS S/Birnin Gobir to Sani Dangyadi Unit Secondary School, Farfaru.
    Also, Government Girls Secondary School Illela will move to HABMASS, Sokoto, UBEC S/Birnin Gobir to HABMASS, Sokoto, GGC Rabah to Government Girls Unity Secondary School Bodinga, GSS Gada to GSS Kware, GSS Gandi to GSS Wurno.
    Others are: GSS Goronyo to GSS Wurno, GSS Tureta to Sultan Abubakar College, Sokoto, GSS Isa to STC, Sokoto while GTC Binji to ABA, Farfaru and OOTC Bafarawa to GTC, Farfaru accordingly.
    The post Insecurity: Sokoto Approves Merger Of Boarding Schools In Border Towns appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor OkowaDelta State Government has shifted resumption date for primary and secondary schools for the second term academic session to January 18.
    Recall that the state government had earlier directed both public and private schools to resume on January 11.
    This was made known in a statement on Friday by the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Mr. Patrick Ukah.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Osun Govt Announces Date For School Resumption
    Ukah stated that boarding students are to return to schools for the second term on Sunday, January 17, 2021.
    The statement also noted that classes will fully commence on Monday, January 18, 2021.
    The commissioner also disclosed that all schools will commence resumption tests Wednesday, January 20.
    He added that the resumption tests will form part of continuous assessment for the new term.
    The post COVID-19: Delta Schools To Resume January 18 appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor OkowaDelta State Government has shifted resumption date for primary and secondary schools for the second term academic session to January 18.
    Recall that the state government had earlier directed both public and private schools to resume on January 11.
    This was made known in a statement on Friday by the Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Mr. Patrick Ukah.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Osun Govt Announces Date For School Resumption
    Ukah stated that boarding students are to return to schools for the second term on Sunday, January 17, 2021.
    The statement also noted that classes will fully commence on Monday, January 18, 2021.
    The commissioner also disclosed that all schools will commence resumption tests Wednesday, January 20.
    He added that the resumption tests will form part of continuous assessment for the new term.
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    NUCThe National Universities Commission (NUC) has directed vice-chancellors of universities to commence academic activities on January 18.
    The Commission stated that this was in accordance with the directive of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) team on COVID-19.
    The nation’s public universities have been closed since March 2020, following a strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the lockdown occasioned by the spread of COVID-19.
    Also Read: Despite Suspension Of ASUU Strike, University Students Won’t Resume Soon Following NUC Directive
    The union suspended the strike on December 23, 2020 after the federal government met their demands.
    The directive signed by NUC’s Deputy Executive Secretary (Administration), Chris Maiyaki, on behalf of the Executive Secretary, Professor Abubakar Rasheed, urged the tertiary institutions to safeguard lives by strictly adhering to all laid down protocols by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to curb the spread of dread Coronavirus disease.
    “I am to add that universities on resumption of academic activities, must under no circumstance violate the full cycle of the semester system, consistent with the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) approved by the NUC, as well as other extant quality assurance standards and guidelines,” NUC’s statement noted.
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    NUCThe National Universities Commission (NUC) has directed vice-chancellors of universities to commence academic activities on January 18.
    The Commission stated that this was in accordance with the directive of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) team on COVID-19.
    The nation’s public universities have been closed since March 2020, following a strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the lockdown occasioned by the spread of COVID-19.
    Also Read: Despite Suspension Of ASUU Strike, University Students Won’t Resume Soon Following NUC Directive
    The union suspended the strike on December 23, 2020 after the federal government met their demands.
    The directive signed by NUC’s Deputy Executive Secretary (Administration), Chris Maiyaki, on behalf of the Executive Secretary, Professor Abubakar Rasheed, urged the tertiary institutions to safeguard lives by strictly adhering to all laid down protocols by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) to curb the spread of dread Coronavirus disease.
    “I am to add that universities on resumption of academic activities, must under no circumstance violate the full cycle of the semester system, consistent with the Benchmark Minimum Academic Standards (BMAS) approved by the NUC, as well as other extant quality assurance standards and guidelines,” NUC’s statement noted.
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    Professor Duro AjelayemiA former Dean of Education at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Prof. Duro Ajeyalemi, is reportedly dead.
    Prof Ajeyalami reportedly died due to COVID-19 at the isolation centre at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, on Wednesday morning in Lagos.
    The late Ajeyalemi was the pioneer registrar of the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB).
    Also Read: Ex-UNILAG VC Professor Ibidapo-Obe Dies, Buhari Mourns
    He retired from UNILAG in 2020 after he clocked 70 years old.
    UNILAG’s Deputy Vice-chancellor in charge of development services, Professor Folasade Ogunsola, confirmed Ajeyalemi’s death to newsmen.
    Ajeyalemi’s death is coming barely three days after a former VC of the university, Prof. Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, died.
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    Professor Duro AjelayemiA former Dean of Education at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Prof. Duro Ajeyalemi, is reportedly dead.
    Prof Ajeyalami reportedly died due to COVID-19 at the isolation centre at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, on Wednesday morning in Lagos.
    The late Ajeyalemi was the pioneer registrar of the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB).
    Also Read: Ex-UNILAG VC Professor Ibidapo-Obe Dies, Buhari Mourns
    He retired from UNILAG in 2020 after he clocked 70 years old.
    UNILAG’s Deputy Vice-chancellor in charge of development services, Professor Folasade Ogunsola, confirmed Ajeyalemi’s death to newsmen.
    Ajeyalemi’s death is coming barely three days after a former VC of the university, Prof. Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, died.
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    JambThe Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has opened its portal for institutions to upload names of shortlisted applicants for the 2020/2021 admission.
    The board stated that all admission processes must go through the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) for approval.
    It noted that only qualified candidates as recommended by their institutions for admission will be approved by the board.
    Also Read: JAMB To Shift Date For 2020/2021 Admissions
    The examination body also stated that a date has not been fixed for the sale of this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) forms.
    JAMB explained that the delay in the start of the sale of the application forms was as a result of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic in the country but would conclude arrangements soon.
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    JambThe Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has opened its portal for institutions to upload names of shortlisted applicants for the 2020/2021 admission.
    The board stated that all admission processes must go through the Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) for approval.
    It noted that only qualified candidates as recommended by their institutions for admission will be approved by the board.
    Also Read: JAMB To Shift Date For 2020/2021 Admissions
    The examination body also stated that a date has not been fixed for the sale of this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) forms.
    JAMB explained that the delay in the start of the sale of the application forms was as a result of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic in the country but would conclude arrangements soon.
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    Gboyega OyetolaOsun State Government has directed schools in the state to reopen on Monday, January 18, for the continuation of the first term, 2020/2021 academic session.
    This was contained in a statement signed by Kehinde Olaniyan, Coordinating Director, Ministry of Education on Tuesday evening.
    Also Read: Lagos Orders Public, Private Schools To Resume Jan 18
    The statement also directed teachers to resume on Monday, January 11, to prepare for the reopening of schools.
    The statement read in part, “This is to inform the General Public particularly parents, guardians, school heads and proprietors of public and private schools that in line with the Federal Government advise on school resumption which is embraced by most states of the federation, the Hon Commissioner for Education, has directed public and private schools (Primary and Secondary) in Osun State to resume schooling for the continuation of 1st term of 2020/2021 academic session on Monday 18th January 2021.”
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    Gboyega OyetolaOsun State Government has directed schools in the state to reopen on Monday, January 18, for the continuation of the first term, 2020/2021 academic session.
    This was contained in a statement signed by Kehinde Olaniyan, Coordinating Director, Ministry of Education on Tuesday evening.
    Also Read: Lagos Orders Public, Private Schools To Resume Jan 18
    The statement also directed teachers to resume on Monday, January 11, to prepare for the reopening of schools.
    The statement read in part, “This is to inform the General Public particularly parents, guardians, school heads and proprietors of public and private schools that in line with the Federal Government advise on school resumption which is embraced by most states of the federation, the Hon Commissioner for Education, has directed public and private schools (Primary and Secondary) in Osun State to resume schooling for the continuation of 1st term of 2020/2021 academic session on Monday 18th January 2021.”
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    The Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP) on Monday, embarked on a 14-day warning strike starting from January 4, to drive home their demands.
    The association said it embarked on the industrial action due to the constant neglect of the association’s demands by the Federal and state governments, in spite of several efforts made to avoid it.
    The directive to embark on the strike was contained in a release signed by the Acting National Secretary of the association, Emmanuel Enyiegor, on Monday in Calabar.
    The association also expressed displeasure with the state governments of Benue, Cross River, Abia, Ondo, Ogun, Osun, and Kano for non-payment of correct outstanding salaries to staff of Polytechnics and Colleges of Health.

    The Imperial College London – UK is awarding the Maria Petrou Scholarships to individuals who are interested in pursuing a degree program at the Institution. While studying at this college, students can gain additional skills and develop personally and professionally through a range of evening and lunchtime classes.
    Application Deadline: March 29, 2021
    Eligible Countries: International
    Type: Ph.D.
    Value of Awards: Education fund
    Number of Scholarships: Not Known
    Eligible Field of Studies: Ph.D. program in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    Eligibility: To be eligible, applicants must;
    have a master’s degree from a recognized university. check the entry requirements of the Imperial College London. have to meet the English language requirements of the college. How to Apply: Applicants have to take admission in the Ph.D. degree program at the college. After that, they can apply for this studentship.
     
     
    Visit The Official Website For More Information

    This is to inform the public and prospective students of the Federal University Oye-ekiti (FUOYE) that the management of the institution has extended the deadline for the 2020/2021 Post-UTME registration.
    According to the management, the new deadline is January 31st, 2021.
    Candidates that are yet to register or complete the registration are advised to use this opportunity to do so.

    This is to inform the public and prospective JUPEB students of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) that the management of the institution has extended the deadline for the 2020/2021 JUPEB application.
    According to the management, the new deadline is January 31st, 2021.
    Candidates that are yet to register or complete their registration are advised to use this opportunity to do so. 

    Posted by Dende on 5th January, 2021   |   Comments In accordance with Federal Government’s directive on the above subject which states that schools should remain closed till at least 18th January 2021, I have been directed to inform Staff and Students of Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu that the College will tentatively resume academic activities on Monday.
    Consequently, members of Staff are to resume duties on Monday, 18 January 2021
    Please, ensure that you continue to observe all COVID-19 prevention protocols.

    Posted by Dende on 5th January, 2021   |   Comments The attention of the Management of Yusuf Maitama Sule University Kano has been drawn to a purported Academic Calendar being circulated on social media regarding continuation of 2019/2020 Academic Session
    In this regard the Management of the University wishes to state categorically that the information is fake and misleading
    The University has not released any directive in respect of continuation of 2019/2020 Academic Session
    In view of this, the Management of the University is urging students, parents and the general public to disregard the information
    The Senate of the University will decide on resumption date for continuation of 2019/2020 Academic Session which will be announced officially by the University through proper channel after reopening of tertiary institutions by the Kano State Government

    Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), 2020/2021 Batch A Application into Distance learning programme has been announced. This is to inform the general public and all interested applicants that the Ahmadu Bello Unversity, ABU Distance Learning Center, DLC has commenced the sales of application forms into their various BS.c, PGDE, MBA programmes for 2020/2021 academic session.
    AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES
    Undergraduate Programmes
    B.Sc Business Administration B.Sc Economics B.Sc Public Administration BNSc. Nursing Science  
    Masters Programmes
    Master of Business Administration (MBA)   
    Postgraduate Diplomas
    Postgraduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) BENEFITS
    At ABU Distance Learning Centre you are assured of:
    1. Flexibility in fee payment (pay per course); admission; registration & examination (period & venues); duration of study; learning platforms (Hard copies/book; Electronic copies, lecture videos and Audio versions) & programme transfer (oncampus to Distance learning):
    – You no longer have to worry about paying lump sum tuition fees. At ABU DLC, fees are paid per course you register making your fee payment flexible.
    – You are at liberty to join us in the 1st or 2nd semester –whichever is more convenient for you.
    – Admission & Registration processes are online, you may however be required to present your credentials at the nearest Liaison Office for screening, foreign students are to scan and forward their credentials for remote screening but originals must be sighted at the nearest Nigerian Embassy.
    – ABU DLC admission screening and semester examinations are held in Abuja, Gombe, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Zaria with more to come. Giving you the flexibility to select your screening and examination venues.
    – Students are also grouped (for examinations) into weekday and weekend groups, giving you the flexibility to choose whichever is more convenient for you.
    – You are at liberty to extend your study period (twice the advertised duration) or fast track it by participating in the 3rd Semesters which allows you to graduate I as little as 18 months.
    – There are 4 study options to choose from (hard copies, e-copies, Audio and videos).
    – On campus students facing challenges with keeping up on campus are free to transfer their studies to the Distance Learning option.
    2. Same curriculum and certificate as on campus students upon completion of studies:
    – Your admission, study and graduation requirements are the same with the corresponding on campus programme.
    – Upon graduation, you will be issued the same certificate as on campus students, signed by the Vice Chancellor and Registrar of the University. Online or e-learning will not be written on your certificate.
    3. Work and learn with no need to commute or relocate:
    – Relocating to or frequently commuting to and from Zaria is not required as our courses are administered entirely online. Allowing you to maintain your job/business while earning a degree.
    4. Stable Academic calendar; Secure and stable online activities via remote Server – 24/7:
    – ABU DLC staff are independent of the University hence there are NO STRIKES and you are guaranteed to graduate on time.
    – Our externally hosted server guarantees stable and seamless online presence, you can thus access our website, portal and other online resources 24/7.
    5. Electronic delivery/”classroom” using any computer device (tablet/i-pad, smart phone, laptop or desktop) to improve interaction and IT competency:
    – Our courseware (e-text, audio and videos) are adaptable for use on desktops, laptops, notebooks, tablets and smartphones.
    – Our courseware is available online (Learning Management System) and offline (drives).
    6. Robust learning support: Telephone helplines, e-mail, Skype, webinar/video conferencing & e-library services:
    – Telephone and e mail helplines are available
    – Telephone and e mail access to Academic Advisers, IT attaches, Guidance and Counselling staff as well as your e-tutors shall be made available to you.
    – Well stocked online e-library services are available for your use while offline e-libraries are available in Zaria and our liaison offices in Lagos and Abuja.
    – Facebook live/videoconferencing facilitation of seminar and project defences ensure you are not left out of similar on campus activities.
    7. A two week per semester optional on campus tutorial session or alternative participation by webinar is available:
    – Although optional on-campus tutorials are held at the end of each semester, to ensure your participation, all sessions are streamed live to ensure remote participation. You can also forward your questions and listen to your tutors address them in real time wherever you are. You can also view at your convenience since all sessions are recorded and available on our Facebook page.
    8. Developing the Business Skill in you – “Business Skill Acquisition” :
    – This course develops/improves your capacity to be successful upon graduation, it comprises of a taught component, apprenticeship and a reading component.
    9. Developing the Leader in you – “Motivational Leadership” :
    – This course develops/improves your leadership capacity and is available to all Postgraduate students and comprises of a taught component and a reading component.
    10.Chance to interact with your Vice Chancellor and other Principal University and Distance Learning Centre Officers; world-class tutors by webinar/video conferencing as well as Learning from diverse and experienced internationally acclaimed tutors/lecturers:
    – Frequent online interactions with the DLC Management and other key staff of the University.
    – Guest tutors/speakers shall be occasionally invited to interact with you online.
    11.Extending support to your doorstep by a system of Resource Centres/Liaison Offices:
    – To enhance the quality of support for our learners, Liaison offices have been established in Abuja, Gombe, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Zaria with more to come.
    – Most services can be rendered to you at these Centres.
    – A provision for you to study or meet with fellow students shall also be made at these Centres.
    12.Our programmes can be undertaken concurrently with other University Certificate, Diploma, UG or PG programmes:
    – Universally, distance learners can participate in other on-campus programmes independent of their status in DLC, this provision is also available to you.
     
    METHOD OF APPLICATION
     Application form cost N10,000 naira plus 300naira Bank Charges.
    See Frequently asked Questions via the link >>> https://abudlc.edu.ng/students/faq/
     
    NOTE: After you have successfully submitted and paid for your application, you will receive an offer of provisional admission via email inviting you for a screening exercise where you will be required to present hard copies of all relevant credentials (WASSCE, NECO, GCE) etc).
    Once you have successfully gone through the screening exercise, all that’s left for you to do is to register your courses, make payment and get acquainted with our e-Learning platform.
    CLOSING DATE
    2020/2021 Batch A Application Deadlines:
    BSc: Not Yet Announced. PGDE: Not Yet Announced. MBA: Not Yet Announced.  
    Apply now to secure your place at ABU DLC.
    +234 1 700 0899
    +234 808 052 3171
    WhatsApp: 08080523171
    Email: support@abudlc.edu.ng

    Osun State University
    Osun State polytechnic
    Osun State College Of Education, Ila-orangun
    General News
    This is to inform the General Public particulartly parents, Guardians, School Heads and Proprietors of public and private schools that in line with the Federal Government advice on school resumption, which is embraced by most states of the federation the Hon Commissioner for Education has directed Public and Private Schools (Primary and Secondary) in Osun State to resume schooling for the continuation of term 2020/2021 academic session on Monday 18th January 2021. 

    Teachers are to resume on Monday 11th January 2021 in preparation for pupils/students’ resumption on the 18th January 2021.
    Consequently, the School Calendar has been adjusted by two weeks as a result of the change in resumption date therefore schools will now go on the 1st term vacation on 5th March 2021 as against 19th February 2021 Thank you

    Pursuant to the directive of the Federal Government with regard to the recommendation of the President Taskforce on Covid-19, officers on Grade Level 12 and below (CONTISS 11 and below) are to stay at home for a period of five weeks, effective from Wednesday, 23rd December 2020
    Those officers on GL13 and above (CONTISS 12 and above) are enjoined to strictly adhere to the extant preventive measures including Maintenance of physical distancing, regular washing of hands and or sanitizing of hands, wearing of Face Masks, and reducing the number of visitors to offices.
    Finally, Heads of Department/units are to ensure adherence to all the above. 

    The management of university of Abuja has reopened the portal for postgraduate registration. The portal which has been earlier closed after the deadline elapse. 
    According to the management, the new deadline for closure of portal is 8th January 2021. 
    Candidates who are yet to register are advised to make use of this opportunity. 

    Please refer to the resumption of academic activities in Evangel University Management of Evangel University, Akaeze has decided that the University will now resume on Saturday, 9th January 2021 instead of Saturday, 23rd January. 2021, while lectures will resume on Monday, 11th January 2021.
    All Students and lecturers are to ensure that lectures begin immediately However, students who have not paid their school fees will not be allowed Into the Campus until they pay all outstanding fees You are advised to note that COVID-19 Pandemic is still on.
    You are expected to observe all COVID-19 protocols as you return to campus John O.Nwagboso Registrar

    This is to remind all staff and students of the Abubakar Tatari Ali Polytechnic, Bauchi that the Federal Government has declared 18th January, 2021 as the School resumption date.
    In line with the declaration by the Federal Government, Management has extended the resumption date from 4th January, 2021 to 18th January, 2021 in compliance with Honourable Commissioner Ministry of Education’s directives.
    However, the extension affects only students while staff have already resumed duty on Monday 4th January, 2021. Therefore, all staff are advised to be at their duty post unfailingly, please.
    Maimako Baraya (Information officer)
    For Registrar

    Posted by MTH216 on 5th January, 2021   |   Comments Recall that the part-time registration deadline for the 2020/2021 academic session is slated to close on 31st December,2020.
    This is to inform the public and the prospective students of the Niger Delta University  (NDU) that the management of the institution has extended the deadline for the 2020/2021 Part-time registration.
    According to the management, the new deadline is 30th January 2021
    Candidates that are yet to register or complete the registration are advised to use this opportunity to do so.

    Posted by Rokeeb on 5th January, 2021   |   Comments Global leaders are informed that in view of the suspension of resumption of schools by Federal Government as a result of the 2nd wave of COVID-19 outbreak, the commencement of online lectures will take place from Wednesday, January 6, 2021.
    Global leaders are advised to participate fully in both lectures and assessments.
    By this, Global leaders who have not completed their payment for the session, are advised to do so in other not to be excluded.

    Posted by Dende on 5th January, 2021   |   Comments All students of MOCPED are to resume academic activities on Wednesday, 6 January 2021. The decision for the resumption was reached at the management meeting held on Monday,4 January 2021.
    It will be recalled that the Lagos State Government, at the instance of the 2nd wave of Covid-19 ordered the closure of all schools to Monday, 4 January 2021. However, in a release yesterday, the Government deferred resumption of schools below the Tertiary Institution level.
    It is in this wise that the Management decided that academic activities should resume by Wednesday, 6 January 2021.
    The management appeals to all and sundry to always use their facemasks and obey all other COVID-19 protocols.

    We have now outlined below, the simplest procedures available for any student to obtain his/her NIN. As it stands, even the registration for 2021 JAMB’s UTME may only be possible for candidates that have not registered and obtained their NINs. The importance of getting your NIN now cannot be overemphasized, as it may lead to the inability of a student to complete certain important tasks in schools or NYSC in the near future, hence the need to obtain it now and relax.
    In view of this, we deem it necessary to provide all students, and indeed prospective UTME candidates with the guidelines to register and obtain their NIN before the 2021 UTME registration begins as the registration is expected to commence soon. 2021 UTME Candidates are equally advised to start preparing for their exams using the JAMB CBT softwares and JAMB CBT app 
    What is NIN?
    NIN simply means National Identification Number. It consists of 11 non- intelligible numbers randomly chosen and assigned to an individual after the completion of enrolment into the National Identity Database (NIDB).
    Once a NIN is assigned to an individual, it can never be reassigned, given or used by another person – that makes it unique in nature. In the case of the demise of an individual, his/her NIN is retired once a death certificate is presented to the Commission and the individual’s death is established. 
    The NIN is used to tie all records about an individual in the database and is also used to establish or verify his/her identity. All citizens and legal residents in Nigeria, from age zero (birth) and above are eligible to enrol for their NINs.
    First, Check if you already have a NIN
    The first step before you proceed to register to get your NIN is to check if you already have one. To know this, with the phone used to register for the NIN, Dial *346# on your phone to retrieve your NIN. Once your NIN is displayed, you can either screenshot it, or note it down somewhere. Please note that you’re not to share your NIN information on any social media platform. You can however share it when requested by trusted institutions. Getting your NIN by failing *346# is totally FREE OF CHARGE on all the Nigerian Mobile Networks including MTN, AIRTEL, GLO and 9mobile.
    NIN Registration Process: If you don’t already have
    Supporting Documents
    Walk into the nearest NIMC Enrolment Centre with your BVN if you have one and any of the following required Original and Valid supporting documents:
    Old National ID Card Driver’s License Voter’s card (Temporary or Permanent) Nigerian International passport Certificate of Origin Attestation letter from a prominent ruler in your community Birth certificate Declaration of age Attestation letter from religious/traditional leader NHIS ID card Government staff ID card Registered/recognized private organization staff ID card School ID Card (private/public) Tax Clearance certificate Valid immigration documents Registration at an Enrolment Centre:
    The whole process of registration can be carried out at an enrolment centre. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, you will be required to book a schedule for your enrolment. However, to limit the amount of time you will spend at the enrolment centre, you can download, print and complete the enrolment form at (https://nimc.gov.ng/), then proceed to an enrolment centre to complete the rest of the registration steps.
    STEPS
    Applicants are to walk into the enrolment Centre with a supporting document. Applicant will be verified to ascertain if he/she has ever enrolled using the NIN verification portal. Applicant will be issued an enrolment form to fill if he/she has not enrolled before. OR the printed Barcode slip (for those who applied online) will be collected if the applicant had pre-enrolled earlier using the pre-enrolment service. Applicant’s forms will be vetted by a NIMC Official to crosscheck the information filled on the form against the supporting document provided and to check for errors/mistake filled on the form. Note: applicants who cannot read nor write should be accompanied by a literate individual who can do the form filling for him/her. Applicant’s pre-filled information will be inputted on the NIMC Software by a NIMC enrolment officer or the Barcode slip will be scanned by the NIMC enrolment officer to populate all the required field. The enrolment officer will ask the applicant to double check his/her information for errors using the applicant monitor. If the applicant is satisfied with his/her demographic information, the biometrics (ten finger prints and facial image) of the applicant will be capture subsequently. After completing the enrolment, a Transaction ID Slip will be issued to the applicant as an evidence of the transaction. However, the Transaction slip does not confer the right to National Identification Number. The applicant will be requested to come back for the NIN within 1-5 working days, as it is subjected to availability of network, authentication and verification. A National Identification Number (NIN) Slip is issued to the applicants after processing. The National e-ID Card will be Issued to applicant within 12months after Issuance of NIN barring any unforeseen circumstances. Service Fee: ENROLMENT IS FREE
    Availability: Monday – Friday (9a.m. to 1p.m.)
    Note :
    Minor applicants (0-15 years of age) should be accompanied by parents / guardians and can do the form filling for them. Minor applicants should only bring original and valid birth certificate and NIN slip of one of the Nigerian Parent / Guardian. The National e-ID Card will not be issued to minors until they become 16 years of age and above. In the case of a minor, after completion of enrollment, a text message will automatically be sent to the Applicant, Parent or guardian to come for update when they become 16 years of age.

    Following the second wave of COVID-19 in the country, the Federal Government has vided a Circular HCSF/30GS/VOL 1/7 and dated 22 December 2020, issued a directive that Officers on Grade Level 12 and below should stay at home for a period of five weeks, effective from Wednesday, 23 December 2020.
    In line with the above directive, the Management of the Federal University of Lafia has directed that staff on CONUSSS 11 and below are to abide by the Federal Governments’ directive and stay at home for a period of five weeks effective from Wednesday, 23 December 2020.
    However, all staff on essential duties particularly those in the Medical Services and Security Unit are to keep to their schedules Office Attendants are also to report and discharge their duties and close at 11 Dam daily. In the same vein, staff working with Principal Officers are also to report daily.
    Accordingly, staff are to strictly adhere to the coronavirus preventive protocols as outlined by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.
    Dr. Abubakar Mamuda
    Registrar

    Babajide Sanwo-oluThe Lagos State Government has ordered all public and private schools in the state to reopen for the second term 2020/21 academic session from Monday, 18th of January, 2021.
    This was announced on Monday in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Ebonyi Reopens Schools Jan. 18
    She noted that this is in line with the Federal Government’s directive coupled with the second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
    Adefisayo enjoined all schools to make efforts to comply with all the outlined Covid-19 requirements for resumption schools.
    “All public and private schools below the tertiary level in Lagos State should be reopened for the second term 2020/21 academic session from Monday, 18th of January, 2021.
    “Schools should have flexible plans where students and teachers who feel sick can teach or learn from home via available online platforms. Schools should also strive to avoid any COVID-19 infection among all students and staff,” the statement read in part.
     
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    Babajide Sanwo-oluThe Lagos State Government has ordered all public and private schools in the state to reopen for the second term 2020/21 academic session from Monday, 18th of January, 2021.
    This was announced on Monday in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Education, Mrs Folasade Adefisayo.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Ebonyi Reopens Schools Jan. 18
    She noted that this is in line with the Federal Government’s directive coupled with the second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
    Adefisayo enjoined all schools to make efforts to comply with all the outlined Covid-19 requirements for resumption schools.
    “All public and private schools below the tertiary level in Lagos State should be reopened for the second term 2020/21 academic session from Monday, 18th of January, 2021.
    “Schools should have flexible plans where students and teachers who feel sick can teach or learn from home via available online platforms. Schools should also strive to avoid any COVID-19 infection among all students and staff,” the statement read in part.
     
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    Posted by MTH216 on 4th January, 2021   |   Comments Data emerging from the records of the Nigeria Centre for Diseases control (NCDC) indicate renewed increases in the case of Covid-19 in Nigeria. This situation calls for extraordinary caution for everyone.
    As an educational institution, Caritas University has remained committed to the protection of its staff and students. We always advocate for, and enforce, the adhere to protective protocols 
    wearing of facemask, washing of hands frequently with water and soap, maintaining physical distancing, respiratory hygiene,etc we have installed hand washing devices at various location, and are the automatic disinfection/temperature monitoring chamber, on our campus in preparing for a return to campus after the Christmas break, the University will adhere to the directives of the Federal government through the Presidential Task Force on Covid-19
    Therefore, all academic and administrative staff will resume duties on Monday, 18 January 2021. Also, first year and second year students aswell as JUPEB students will come into Residence on Monday 18th January 2021, while the rest of the students will return on Wednesday, 20th of January. The staggering of dates is to prevent overcrowding as students return to campus.
    As part of our routine preventive measures , the University is arranging for another round of Preliminary COVID-19 tests for all staff and students on arrival. In other to buffer the cost implications of the tests, every students will be inquire to pay of sum of #10,000(Ten thousand naira only) the amount will be paid, and the test conducted at the University gate before entry.
    We will continue to emphasis the need for everyone to take responsibility in order to protect themselves and other people during this trying period of COVID-19 pandemic.
    I wish everyone God’s protection and a Happy New Year
     
     
    Signed 
    M.I onwuka
    Registrar

    Posted by Dende on 4th January, 2021   |   Comments The Enugu State Ministry of Education has announced January 18, 2021, as resumption date for all schools in the state. The decision, according to a statement by the State Commissioner for Education, Prof. Uche Eze, was reached at a meeting between the Ministry and major stakeholders in the sector, on Monday.
    Prof. Eze disclosed that all schools in the state were advised to ensure full compliance with the NCDC guidelines for the containment of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), stressing that “the Ministry of Education will engage in constant monitoring of compliance when schools resume”.
    The Education Commissioner added that “it was also decided that to help engage the students/pupils, all tertiary institutions, Basic and Post Basic schools are advised to activate their e-learning programmes”.
    In a related development, the Enugu State government, in furtherance of its commitment to contain the second wave of COVID-19, suspended the annual prayer session, held at the Government House, Enugu, to commence work for the New Year, directing all civil servants to resume duties in their various offices, with strict compliance with NCDC guidelines.
     

    Reference Circular NUCES/Vol 6151 from National Universities Commission and following advice from Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID 19, the University Management had decided to abide by the circular to suspend all academic activities involving large gathering including teaching.
    Therefore, the University will close till further notice. For further details check the University website www.naub.edu.ng
    However, Principal Officers, Deans, Directors and Head of Departments should remain around to perform their normal schedules.

    Posted by Dende on 4th January, 2021   |   Comments Please refer to our memo ref no : UC/REG/ADM/10A dated December 31st 2020 in which extension was granted for staff on CONTISS 1 to 11 to continue to stay at home while senior officers from CONTISS 12 and above were asked to be at their duty posts from Monday, January 4, 2021. This action was in line with the Federal Government’s directive on this matter. 
    Management is disturbed by the low level of compliance to that directive by staff on CONTISS 12 and above, as most of the offices visited today, Monday 4th January 2021 were under lock and key. please be informed that Management in its determination to arrest this ugly trend shall continue to embark on unscheduled visits to offices and defaulting officers shall be brought to book 
    It is my candid hope that as senior officers, we should remain exemplary in our conduct at all times without being compelled to obey official directives. Please

    Professor Oye-Ibidapo-ObeThe former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of First Technical University, Ibadan, Prof Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe has died.
    Reacting to the development, President Muhammadu Buhari mourned the death of the renowned scholar in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina.
    He commiserated with the family and associates of the late academic.
    Also Read: Femi Odekunle, Member Of Buhari’s Advisory Committee, Is Dead
    “President Muhammadu Buhari commiserates with the academia over the passing of former Vice Chancellor of University of Lagos and Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of First Technical University, Ibadan, Prof Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, condoling with family members and friends.
    “The President affirms that the scholar and administrator will be sorely missed by the academia, government and the country as his sudden transition left a gap that will be difficult to fill, considering his contribution to the development of education, with a rich pedigree of being President of the Nigerian Academy of Science, Chairman of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities and upwardly rising over the years with distinguished career,” part of the statement read.
     
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    Professor Oye-Ibidapo-ObeThe former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of First Technical University, Ibadan, Prof Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe has died.
    Reacting to the development, President Muhammadu Buhari mourned the death of the renowned scholar in a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina.
    He commiserated with the family and associates of the late academic.
    Also Read: Femi Odekunle, Member Of Buhari’s Advisory Committee, Is Dead
    “President Muhammadu Buhari commiserates with the academia over the passing of former Vice Chancellor of University of Lagos and Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of First Technical University, Ibadan, Prof Oyewusi Ibidapo-Obe, condoling with family members and friends.
    “The President affirms that the scholar and administrator will be sorely missed by the academia, government and the country as his sudden transition left a gap that will be difficult to fill, considering his contribution to the development of education, with a rich pedigree of being President of the Nigerian Academy of Science, Chairman of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities and upwardly rising over the years with distinguished career,” part of the statement read.
     
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    Dave UmahiGovernor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi has postponed school resumption earlier scheduled for Monday 4th January 2021, to 18th of the same month.
    Umahi made this known in statement signed by the commissioner for education Dr. Onyebuchi Chima.
    He revealed that the postponement was as a result of the need to take precautions against the second wave of Covid-19 and in compliance with the directives of the Presidential Task Force on Covid19.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Schools To Resume January 11: Bayelsa Govt
    He said: “I have been directed by the Governor of Ebonyi State, His Excellency Engr. David Umahi to inform all public, private and mission Nursery, Primary, Secondary schools, Ebonyi State Colleges, University and the general public that due to the need to take precautions against the impending second wave of Covid19 and in compliance to the directives of the Presidential Task Force on Covid19:
    “That all public, private and mission Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools in Ebonyi State shall resume on Monday 18th January 2021 instead of 4th January as earlier scheduled.”
    He, however, pointed out that tertiary institutions in the state will resume academic activities on the 4th of January on condition of strict observance of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) COVID-19 protocols.
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    Dave UmahiGovernor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi has postponed school resumption earlier scheduled for Monday 4th January 2021, to 18th of the same month.
    Umahi made this known in statement signed by the commissioner for education Dr. Onyebuchi Chima.
    He revealed that the postponement was as a result of the need to take precautions against the second wave of Covid-19 and in compliance with the directives of the Presidential Task Force on Covid19.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Schools To Resume January 11: Bayelsa Govt
    He said: “I have been directed by the Governor of Ebonyi State, His Excellency Engr. David Umahi to inform all public, private and mission Nursery, Primary, Secondary schools, Ebonyi State Colleges, University and the general public that due to the need to take precautions against the impending second wave of Covid19 and in compliance to the directives of the Presidential Task Force on Covid19:
    “That all public, private and mission Nursery, Primary and Secondary Schools in Ebonyi State shall resume on Monday 18th January 2021 instead of 4th January as earlier scheduled.”
    He, however, pointed out that tertiary institutions in the state will resume academic activities on the 4th of January on condition of strict observance of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) COVID-19 protocols.
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    Douye DiriDespite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the Bayelsa State Government has directed all primary and secondary schools in the state to resume for the 2020/2021 academic session on Monday, January 11.
    The Commissioner for Education, Gentle Emelah made this known in a statement on Saturday.
    Also Read: Abia Approves Reopening Of Schools On January 11
    He announced that all boarding students were expected to arrive at their schools on Sunday, January 10.
    In the same statement, Emelah also directed the management of schools to ensure total adherence to the COVID-19 safety guidelines.
    Bayelsa State joins Kwara and Abia States to fix January 11, 2021 as date for school resumption.
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    Douye DiriDespite the increasing number of COVID-19 cases, the Bayelsa State Government has directed all primary and secondary schools in the state to resume for the 2020/2021 academic session on Monday, January 11.
    The Commissioner for Education, Gentle Emelah made this known in a statement on Saturday.
    Also Read: Abia Approves Reopening Of Schools On January 11
    He announced that all boarding students were expected to arrive at their schools on Sunday, January 10.
    In the same statement, Emelah also directed the management of schools to ensure total adherence to the COVID-19 safety guidelines.
    Bayelsa State joins Kwara and Abia States to fix January 11, 2021 as date for school resumption.
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    Okezie IkpeazuAbia State Governor,  Okezie Ikpeazu has approved the reopening of all schools in the state on Monday, January 11, for the continuation of the first term of 2020/2021 academic session.
    The Commissioner for Education, Kanaelechi Nwangwa, made this known on Friday.
    He stated that all school heads and proprietors should ensure the observance of COVID-19 protocols for the safety of teachers and students.
    Also Read: BREAKING: Governor Ikpeazu Signs 2021 Appropriation Bill
    He stated that this was imperative following the second wave of the COVID-19 in Nigeria.
    “They should also note that by this directive, the first term of 2020/2021 will now officially end on Wednesday Feb. 10, 2021,” he said.
    “This is to ensure that the first term runs a full course as expected.
    “Any school proprietor that shortchanges this schedule and decides to cut corners by running an abridged term will be appropriately sanctioned.
    “The duration of the first term for the 2020/2021 academic session is from Nov. 2, 2020 to Feb. 10, 2021 with the Christmas break in-between,” he said.
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    Okezie IkpeazuAbia State Governor,  Okezie Ikpeazu has approved the reopening of all schools in the state on Monday, January 11, for the continuation of the first term of 2020/2021 academic session.
    The Commissioner for Education, Kanaelechi Nwangwa, made this known on Friday.
    He stated that all school heads and proprietors should ensure the observance of COVID-19 protocols for the safety of teachers and students.
    Also Read: BREAKING: Governor Ikpeazu Signs 2021 Appropriation Bill
    He stated that this was imperative following the second wave of the COVID-19 in Nigeria.
    “They should also note that by this directive, the first term of 2020/2021 will now officially end on Wednesday Feb. 10, 2021,” he said.
    “This is to ensure that the first term runs a full course as expected.
    “Any school proprietor that shortchanges this schedule and decides to cut corners by running an abridged term will be appropriately sanctioned.
    “The duration of the first term for the 2020/2021 academic session is from Nov. 2, 2020 to Feb. 10, 2021 with the Christmas break in-between,” he said.
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    Abdulrahman AbdulrasaqKwara State Government has announced that tertiary institutions in the State are to resume on the 11th of January, 2021.
    The State Government stated that resumption will be carried out under strict adherence to COVID-19 safety protocols.
    The Chief Press Secretary to the State Government and Spokesman for Technical Committee on COVID-19, Mr Rafiu Ajakaye, made the announcement in a statement issued on Friday in Ilorin.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Plateau Govt Shifts Date For Reopening Of Tertiary Schools
    “Government has directed that the tertiary institutions should put in place appropriate safety protocols to prevent the spread of the virus on their campuses.
    “The coordinating ministry is to work with the state technical committee on COVID-19 and other stakeholders to ensure that schools do not take safety rules for granted.
    “Specifically, the use of face mask is mandatory on the campus and in lecture rooms. Authorities are not to allow anyone, students or otherwise, into college facilities without the use of a face mask.
    “Similarly, elementary schools in the state are scheduled to resume on January 18, subject to new developments on the pandemic,” it said
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    Abdulrahman AbdulrasaqKwara State Government has announced that tertiary institutions in the State are to resume on the 11th of January, 2021.
    The State Government stated that resumption will be carried out under strict adherence to COVID-19 safety protocols.
    The Chief Press Secretary to the State Government and Spokesman for Technical Committee on COVID-19, Mr Rafiu Ajakaye, made the announcement in a statement issued on Friday in Ilorin.
    Also Read: COVID-19: Plateau Govt Shifts Date For Reopening Of Tertiary Schools
    “Government has directed that the tertiary institutions should put in place appropriate safety protocols to prevent the spread of the virus on their campuses.
    “The coordinating ministry is to work with the state technical committee on COVID-19 and other stakeholders to ensure that schools do not take safety rules for granted.
    “Specifically, the use of face mask is mandatory on the campus and in lecture rooms. Authorities are not to allow anyone, students or otherwise, into college facilities without the use of a face mask.
    “Similarly, elementary schools in the state are scheduled to resume on January 18, subject to new developments on the pandemic,” it said
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    Simon LalongPlateau State Government has directed tertiary institutions to resume on Jan. 18, as against the Jan. 4 date earlier announced.
    Mr Kakmena Audu, the Plateau Commissioner for Higher Education gave the directive in a statement on Thursday in Jos.
    He stated that the decision to shift the resumption date was in line with the directive of the Federal Government and the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.
    Also Read: Plateau Governor, Lalong Tests Negative For COVID-19
    The commissioner directed all heads of tertiary institutions in the state to comply strictly to the directive and also ensure that they adhere strictly to the safety protocols against COVID-19.
    In the same vein, John Istifanus, the Director of Schools in the state Ministry of Secondary Education, has directed all secondary schools in the state to resume as directed.
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    Simon LalongPlateau State Government has directed tertiary institutions to resume on Jan. 18, as against the Jan. 4 date earlier announced.
    Mr Kakmena Audu, the Plateau Commissioner for Higher Education gave the directive in a statement on Thursday in Jos.
    He stated that the decision to shift the resumption date was in line with the directive of the Federal Government and the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.
    Also Read: Plateau Governor, Lalong Tests Negative For COVID-19
    The commissioner directed all heads of tertiary institutions in the state to comply strictly to the directive and also ensure that they adhere strictly to the safety protocols against COVID-19.
    In the same vein, John Istifanus, the Director of Schools in the state Ministry of Secondary Education, has directed all secondary schools in the state to resume as directed.
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    ASUUThe Director-General of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman has equated the frequent strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to declaring support for the Boko Haram ideology which is against western education.
    Lukman made the submission in a statement on Sunday in Abuja titled, “ASUU and Indeterminate Power Struggle – The Boko Haram Logic.”
    He condemned those supporting frequent ASUU strikes and those pitching them against the government.
    Also Read: Despite Suspension Of ASUU Strike, University Students Won’t Resume Soon Following NUC Directive
    He called for a better approach different from strike actions in resolving disagreements between the government and members of ASUU.
    The PGF DG noted that the frequent strike actions are damaging the country’s educational sector and having negative effects on the students.
    He declared that the Boko Haram insurgents will be happy the schools are closed as they are already against western education.
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    ASUUThe Director-General of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF), Salihu Lukman has equated the frequent strikes by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to declaring support for the Boko Haram ideology which is against western education.
    Lukman made the submission in a statement on Sunday in Abuja titled, “ASUU and Indeterminate Power Struggle – The Boko Haram Logic.”
    He condemned those supporting frequent ASUU strikes and those pitching them against the government.
    Also Read: Despite Suspension Of ASUU Strike, University Students Won’t Resume Soon Following NUC Directive
    He called for a better approach different from strike actions in resolving disagreements between the government and members of ASUU.
    The PGF DG noted that the frequent strike actions are damaging the country’s educational sector and having negative effects on the students.
    He declared that the Boko Haram insurgents will be happy the schools are closed as they are already against western education.
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    NUCThe National Universities Commission (NUC) has directed Vice-Chancellors of universities to stop academic activities amid increasing COVID-19 cases.
    Chris Maiyaki, Deputy Executive Secretary (Administration) made this known in signed circular.
    The circular stated that classrooms, hostel accommodation, conferences, and seminars are to be put on hold.
    Maiyaki directed the universities to remain closed and await further instructions.
    Also Read: I Won’t Give ASUU Opportunity To Go On Strike Again –Ngige
    “Vice-Chancellors are to please note that the directive is part of the measures approved by Mr. President to mitigate the second wave of Coronavirus infections in the country.
    Recall that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Wednesday, suspended their nine months strike after an agreement with the government on university funding and other matters.
    ASUU also said its members were ready to work as soon as the government puts COVID-19 protocols in place in the universities.
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    NUCThe National Universities Commission (NUC) has directed Vice-Chancellors of universities to stop academic activities amid increasing COVID-19 cases.
    Chris Maiyaki, Deputy Executive Secretary (Administration) made this known in signed circular.
    The circular stated that classrooms, hostel accommodation, conferences, and seminars are to be put on hold.
    Maiyaki directed the universities to remain closed and await further instructions.
    Also Read: I Won’t Give ASUU Opportunity To Go On Strike Again –Ngige
    “Vice-Chancellors are to please note that the directive is part of the measures approved by Mr. President to mitigate the second wave of Coronavirus infections in the country.
    Recall that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Wednesday, suspended their nine months strike after an agreement with the government on university funding and other matters.
    ASUU also said its members were ready to work as soon as the government puts COVID-19 protocols in place in the universities.
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    Chris NgigeMinister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has made a declaration in favour of Nigeria University students following the suspension of the 9-months old ASUU strike.
    Speaking a few hours after the development, Ngige stated that he won’t give ASUU any excuse to go on strike again.
    Ngige made this promise while speaking on Channels Television’s Politics Today programme on Wednesday.
    Recall that on Wednesday, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) conditionally suspended its nationwide industrial action.
    The Minister who spearheaded the negotiations insisted that he would ensure the government does its own bit.
    Also Read: BREAKING: ASUU Calls Off Nine-Month Old Strike
    The minister stated that the government would pay ASUU the agreed N40bn Earned Allowance before December 31, 2020.
    “We will not get to that (fresh strike), we will not get there because we have so structured the agreement in such a way that it is a win-win situation for everybody,” the minister said.
    He added, “For example, the Revitalisation (Fund), we have given government up to 31st of January to pay that. We have also opened the window that by end of February, we will sit down and review the situation, eight weeks or nine weeks from now, so nobody will keep anybody in suspense.
    “I will not give ASUU the opportunity to go on strike (again) because I have three biological children that suffered from this imbroglio that we found ourselves in. So, I am a committed parent, I am involved, even more than some ASUU members because some of them have their children in private schools.
    “I will not give them the opportunity because I will make sure the government does its own bit. I have structured the agreement in such a way that it is doable.”
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    Chris NgigeMinister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has made a declaration in favour of Nigeria University students following the suspension of the 9-months old ASUU strike.
    Speaking a few hours after the development, Ngige stated that he won’t give ASUU any excuse to go on strike again.
    Ngige made this promise while speaking on Channels Television’s Politics Today programme on Wednesday.
    Recall that on Wednesday, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) conditionally suspended its nationwide industrial action.
    The Minister who spearheaded the negotiations insisted that he would ensure the government does its own bit.
    Also Read: BREAKING: ASUU Calls Off Nine-Month Old Strike
    The minister stated that the government would pay ASUU the agreed N40bn Earned Allowance before December 31, 2020.
    “We will not get to that (fresh strike), we will not get there because we have so structured the agreement in such a way that it is a win-win situation for everybody,” the minister said.
    He added, “For example, the Revitalisation (Fund), we have given government up to 31st of January to pay that. We have also opened the window that by end of February, we will sit down and review the situation, eight weeks or nine weeks from now, so nobody will keep anybody in suspense.
    “I will not give ASUU the opportunity to go on strike (again) because I have three biological children that suffered from this imbroglio that we found ourselves in. So, I am a committed parent, I am involved, even more than some ASUU members because some of them have their children in private schools.
    “I will not give them the opportunity because I will make sure the government does its own bit. I have structured the agreement in such a way that it is doable.”
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    Six Conditions Given To FG By ASUU Before Suspending Strike
    By Wisdom Nwedene
    Following the suspension of the Nine-Month-Old Strike action by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, IGBERE TV has obtained six conditions given by the Union before it suspended the strike.
    Recall that the ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi made the announcement during a briefing of the union in Abuja.
    The conditions given by ASUU before it called off the strike include ;
    (1)Accepts the agreement reached
    (2)To consciously monitor implementation
    (3) To ensure no Non-IPPIS- compliant suffers because of the strike
    (4) To ensure mainstreaming of EAA
    (5) Conditionally suspend the strike WEF 12:01 am Thursday, 24/12/2020
    (6) To resume strike without notice if Government fails.

    The Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) on Wednesday called off its nine-month old strike.
    ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi made the announcement during a briefing of the union in Abuja, explaining that the development followed with its National Executive Council (NEC).
    While warning that the union would return to strike without notice if the government fails in meeting its part of the agreement reached with the university lecturers,  Ogunyemi noted that the reopening of the schools, considering the COVID-19 pandemic, lies with the Federal Government and Senate.
    Details later…
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    The Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) on Wednesday called off its nine-month old strike.
    ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi made the announcement during a briefing of the union in Abuja, explaining that the development followed with its National Executive Council (NEC).
    While warning that the union would return to strike without notice if the government fails in meeting its part of the agreement reached with the university lecturers,  Ogunyemi noted that the reopening of the schools, considering the COVID-19 pandemic, lies with the Federal Government and Senate.
    Details later…
     

    A 300 level student of the Department of Agriculture, University of Ilorin, Gbenga Favour Olaoye-Akanbi, has committed suicide after he was allegedly duped by a forex trader, Eseka Chuckwutem Gospel (ESG).
    Family sources told SaharaReporters that Olaoye-Akanbi was discovered dead on Sunday after drinking poison.
    The 19-year-old student was said to have invested over N300 million belonging to his colleagues and friends in a business run by  ESG.
    Speaking to SaharaReporters, a friend of the deceased and an investor with the firm explained how they were duped.
    He said, "The investment is forex. The guy's name is Eseka Chuckwutem Gospel. We started the investment together this year. It seems he stopped trading, so he turned indirectly to a Ponzi scheme without the knowledge of those investing.
    "He has a particular group. Most people in that group collected money from other people to invest in his business. The late Gbenga collected money from different people to invest with ESG at a certain percentage.
    "Later on, the investment crashed, and the guy was arrested. With the help of some senior police officials, he was released. So over time, people that were with ESG as investors( they had borrowed money to invest) were now being pressurized to repay the loan they took. I am one of the investors, too; we were under a lot of pressure to pay up. So I think because of this guy's age, he is just 19-year-old, he couldn't withstand the pressure and committed suicide."
    A course mate of the deceased said he assured them that forex is not a Ponzi scheme and that he had back up funds, much enough to pay every one of his investors their capital and profits even if things went wrong.
    "It's so sad; I have over N5m investment deal with him. He claimed to be the one doing the trading initially, but when the problem started around June, he started mentioning one Eseka Chuckwutem Gospel as his boss. He told us they were arrested together, but that our money was safe with him. 
    He later promised to pay everyone's capital before December. I was surprised when I saw people posting his pictures with RIP today," he told SaharaReporters.
    Source: Sahara Reporters

    Chris NgigeMinister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, has stated that academic activities in public universities across the country will resume in January 2021.
    He made this known while speaking in Alor, Idemili South local government area of Anambra State, during the launch of Ngige free medical outreach at the Community’s Health Center on Monday.
    According to the Minister, negotiations between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal government had reached 98 percent.
    Ngige said negotiations remain only two percent to be completed between the two groups.
    “We have met about 98 percent of the request of ASUU. Some 5 to 2 percent is what you can call promissory notes,” he said.
    Also Read: FG, ASUU Stand-Off Will Soon Be Resolved, Says Fayemi
    “So, I am very hopeful that by midnight today, there are some works we are supposed to get on to do. They also have some work they are supposed to do on their own side with their people.
    “Tuesday, we will meet in the afternoon and we will compare notes. We will put everything on the table and compare. I believe that we might have come to the end of the strike when we meet tomorrow.
    Well, it is a journey of a thousand miles which you will have to take one step first. Tomorrow, all things being equal, we will agree now to agree because we were disagreeing before.
    “We disagree to agree and agree to disagree formerly. But tomorrow, I hope we will agree to agree. Once we do that, schools will reopen in January.”
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    Chris NgigeMinister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, has stated that academic activities in public universities across the country will resume in January 2021.
    He made this known while speaking in Alor, Idemili South local government area of Anambra State, during the launch of Ngige free medical outreach at the Community’s Health Center on Monday.
    According to the Minister, negotiations between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal government had reached 98 percent.
    Ngige said negotiations remain only two percent to be completed between the two groups.
    “We have met about 98 percent of the request of ASUU. Some 5 to 2 percent is what you can call promissory notes,” he said.
    Also Read: FG, ASUU Stand-Off Will Soon Be Resolved, Says Fayemi
    “So, I am very hopeful that by midnight today, there are some works we are supposed to get on to do. They also have some work they are supposed to do on their own side with their people.
    “Tuesday, we will meet in the afternoon and we will compare notes. We will put everything on the table and compare. I believe that we might have come to the end of the strike when we meet tomorrow.
    Well, it is a journey of a thousand miles which you will have to take one step first. Tomorrow, all things being equal, we will agree now to agree because we were disagreeing before.
    “We disagree to agree and agree to disagree formerly. But tomorrow, I hope we will agree to agree. Once we do that, schools will reopen in January.”
    The post Varsities To Reopen Next Month, Says Ngige appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    The Adamawa State Government has insisted that the closure of schools across the state was not informed by a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The Press Secretary to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou made this known to newsmen on Monday.
    Recall that on Friday, the state government announced the immediate closure of all schools.
    Also Read: Adamawa Governor Orders Immediate Closure Of Schools
    Although the government gave peaking Christmas and New Year activities as a reason for the closure, many reports linked the closure to the resurgence of COVID-19.
    “The reports must have been influenced by happenings in other states, but we in Adamawa did not close schools because of COVID-19,” Humwashi Wonosikou said.
    He further stated that the state had handled the pandemic well, hence, there was no reason to panic by shutting down schools.
    The post Closure Of Schools Not About COVID-19, Adamawa Govt Clarifies appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor FintiriThe Adamawa State Government has insisted that the closure of schools across the state was not informed by a resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
    The Press Secretary to Governor Ahmadu Fintiri, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou made this known to newsmen on Monday.
    Recall that on Friday, the state government announced the immediate closure of all schools.
    Also Read: Adamawa Governor Orders Immediate Closure Of Schools
    Although the government gave peaking Christmas and New Year activities as a reason for the closure, many reports linked the closure to the resurgence of COVID-19.
    “The reports must have been influenced by happenings in other states, but we in Adamawa did not close schools because of COVID-19,” Humwashi Wonosikou said.
    He further stated that the state had handled the pandemic well, hence, there was no reason to panic by shutting down schools.
    The post Closure Of Schools Not About COVID-19, Adamawa Govt Clarifies appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor FintiriAdamawa State Governor,  Adamu Fintiri has directed the closure of all schools in the State.
    Recall that in the last few days, different states in the North have ordered the closure of schools.
    This was contained in a statement issued by the Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou, on Friday in Yola.
    Also Read: Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction
    According to the statement, this is to allow school children to go home early for the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
    “The schools are to resume for the second term on Jan. 11, 2021,” the governor said, adding that the directive should be strictly adhered to by school managers.
    The post Adamawa Governor Orders Immediate Closure Of Schools appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor FintiriAdamawa State Governor,  Adamu Fintiri has directed the closure of all schools in the State.
    Recall that in the last few days, different states in the North have ordered the closure of schools.
    This was contained in a statement issued by the Press Secretary to the Governor, Mr Humwashi Wonosikou, on Friday in Yola.
    Also Read: Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction
    According to the statement, this is to allow school children to go home early for the Christmas and New Year celebrations.
    “The schools are to resume for the second term on Jan. 11, 2021,” the governor said, adding that the directive should be strictly adhered to by school managers.
    The post Adamawa Governor Orders Immediate Closure Of Schools appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor FayemiGovernor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has stated that the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would resolve issues concerning the prolonged strike soon.
    Fayemi, who is the chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), stated this while speaking during the 24th Convocation of the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, where 11,437 candidates bagged various degrees.
    He stated that he had the opportunity to be part of negotiations between the federal government and ASUU in his capacity as the NGF chairman.
    Also Read: Strike: FG, ASUU Meeting Postponed Again
    According to the governor, with the successes recorded so far, the government and ASUU are closer to a resolution of the crisis than people think.
    He also called on labour leaders in the institution to always embrace peace and give room for dialogue in resolving many of the issues that might come short of their expectations.
    The post FG, ASUU Stand-Off Will Soon Be Resolved, Says Fayemi appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Governor FayemiGovernor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has stated that the federal government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) would resolve issues concerning the prolonged strike soon.
    Fayemi, who is the chairman of the Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), stated this while speaking during the 24th Convocation of the Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, where 11,437 candidates bagged various degrees.
    He stated that he had the opportunity to be part of negotiations between the federal government and ASUU in his capacity as the NGF chairman.
    Also Read: Strike: FG, ASUU Meeting Postponed Again
    According to the governor, with the successes recorded so far, the government and ASUU are closer to a resolution of the crisis than people think.
    He also called on labour leaders in the institution to always embrace peace and give room for dialogue in resolving many of the issues that might come short of their expectations.
    The post FG, ASUU Stand-Off Will Soon Be Resolved, Says Fayemi appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Aminu TambuwalSokoto State Government has ordered the immediate shutting down of 16 boarding schools along the state borders.
    The Sokoto government took the decision during its 17th security council meeting held at the government house.
    This move is in connection with the abduction of over 300 boys by gunmen in Kankara, Katsina state.
    Also Read: Abducted Katsina Schoolboys Were Taken To Zamfara Forest — Governor Masari
    The State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Dr. Muhammad Bello Guiwa stated that the decision was based on the security situation in the affected areas and the threats this portends.
    Governor Aminu Tambuwal directed the Ministries of Basic and Secondary Education and that of Science and Technology to temporarily merge the students of the affected schools with those of other schools for the continuation of their studies pending the improvement in the security situation of the affected areas.
    The post Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Aminu TambuwalSokoto State Government has ordered the immediate shutting down of 16 boarding schools along the state borders.
    The Sokoto government took the decision during its 17th security council meeting held at the government house.
    This move is in connection with the abduction of over 300 boys by gunmen in Kankara, Katsina state.
    Also Read: Abducted Katsina Schoolboys Were Taken To Zamfara Forest — Governor Masari
    The State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Dr. Muhammad Bello Guiwa stated that the decision was based on the security situation in the affected areas and the threats this portends.
    Governor Aminu Tambuwal directed the Ministries of Basic and Secondary Education and that of Science and Technology to temporarily merge the students of the affected schools with those of other schools for the continuation of their studies pending the improvement in the security situation of the affected areas.
    The post Sokoto Closes Boarding Schools Over Kankara Schoolboys Abduction appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Babajide Sanwo-OluGovernor Babajide Sanwo-Olu-led government has directed all schools in Lagos State to vacate on Friday.
    The directive was contained a statement released on Thursday titled LASG directs schools to vacate on Friday, December 18, 2020.
    In the statement, the Director-General, Office of Education Quality Assurance, Ministry of Education, Mrs Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, said: “the 2020/2021 first term academic session for public and private schools comes to an end on Friday 18th December 2020.”
    Also Read: Ganduje Shuts Schools, Health Institute In Kano
    “The Lagos States Government has directed public and private schools in the state to vacate on Friday 18th December 2020.
    “Therefore, all public and private schools below the tertiary level in the state are to close for the Christmas and New Year holiday on that day. Schools are to resume back on Monday 4th January 2021 in compliance with the Lagos State harmonized academic calendar.
    “It is important to note that boarders are to resume on Sunday 3rd January 2021 while academic activities commence immediately,” the statement read in part.
    https://www.channelstv.com/2020/12/17/breaking-lagos-orders-public-private-schools-to-vacate-friday/
    The post Lagos Orders Public, Private Schools To Vacate Friday appeared first on Information Nigeria.

    Babajide Sanwo-OluGovernor Babajide Sanwo-Olu-led government has directed all schools in Lagos State to vacate on Friday.
    The directive was contained a statement released on Thursday titled LASG directs schools to vacate on Friday, December 18, 2020.
    In the statement, the Director-General, Office of Education Quality Assurance, Ministry of Education, Mrs Abiola Seriki-Ayeni, said: “the 2020/2021 first term academic session for public and private schools comes to an end on Friday 18th December 2020.”
    Also Read: Ganduje Shuts Schools, Health Institute In Kano
    “The Lagos States Government has directed public and private schools in the state to vacate on Friday 18th December 2020.
    “Therefore, all public and private schools below the tertiary level in the state are to close for the Christmas and New Year holiday on that day. Schools are to resume back on Monday 4th January 2021 in compliance with the Lagos State harmonized academic calendar.
    “It is important to note that boarders are to resume on Sunday 3rd January 2021 while academic activities commence immediately,” the statement read in part.
    https://www.channelstv.com/2020/12/17/breaking-lagos-orders-public-private-schools-to-vacate-friday/
    The post Lagos Orders Public, Private Schools To Vacate Friday appeared first on Information Nigeria.

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    The post How to Use Plagiarism Checker Effectively appeared first on Information Nigeria.

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