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OOU,OGUN VARSITY PULLS OUT OF #ASUU STRIKE,RESUMES 9TH DEC

Following the directives from the federal government that all striking lecturers of public universities in the country resume to the classrooms on or before 9/12/13, This inclusive all state universities in the country. Hence the management of Olabisi Onabanjo University has decided to commence all normal school activities, to this effect all registrations for the … Continue reading

#BREAKING NEWS: NELSON MANDELA IS FINALLY DEAD,AGED 95

SOUTH Africa’s apartheid leader and First Black President,Nelson Mandela(Madiba) has finally given up the ghost after several years of struggling with a cold infection he allegedly caught while in prison after seven months on life support,he was aged 95. South African President,Jacob Zuma confirmed the news in a world press conference this evening. Details later

#ASUUSTRIKE UPDATE: FG CONFIRMS PAYMENT OF N200 BILLION #EDUCATION DEVT FUND INTO CBN

Senior Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Doyin Okupe has confirmed that the N200 billion demanded by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been paid. The money was paid into an account with the CBN and is meant for renewal of infrastructure facilities in public universities in the country, Okupe explained. The … Continue reading

BON Bans 2Face,D’Banj(@iamdbanj),Banky(@bankyw),Olamide(@olamide_ybnl) Music

The Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria, BON, and the Independent Broadcasting Association of Nigeria, IBAN, have stopped airing  musical productions belonging to Chief Ebenezer Obey, 2Face Idibia, Onyeka Onwenu, Banky W and thousands of other members of the Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON. In a statement jointly signed by Sonny Adun and Guy Murray Bruce, IBAN … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE:FG HAS BRIBED SOME OF OUR MEMBERS TO BREAK THE STRIKE-#ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has accused the Federal Government of taking money round campuses to influence some lecturers to abandon the 155-day long strike embarked upon by the union. Appearing on a TV programme, Mr. Karo Ogbinaka, the Chairman of the University of Lagos chapter of ASUU, said the union was aware … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE: ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AAUA RESUMES LECTURES,DEFIES #ASUU

The Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko [AAUA] in Ondo State, yesterday partially commenced lectures as majority of the students have resumed for their second semester. Our correspondent who visited the campus has reported that some departments have commenced teaching already. It was learnt that the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Femi Mimiko personally monitored the classes to ensure that … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE:FUTO SENATE SACKS ALL ACADEMIC STAFF,TO RECRUIT NEW LECTURERS

Following the orders by the Federal Government, urging all universities to re-open, the Senate of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) Tuesday sacked all academic staff with immediate effect. The Federal Government had through the Supervising Minister of Education, Nyesom Wike had vow to sack any lecturer who fails to return to class within … Continue reading

C’RIVER GOV,IMOKE SUSPENDS 20 EXCOS OVER ABSENCE AT WORLD AIDS DAY WALK

The Governor of Cross River State, Liyel Imoke, on Monday came down hard on his cabinet members, suspending 20 Commissioners and Special Advisers. A statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Mike Ania said the officials were punished for failing to participate in the four-kilometre walk to mark the World Aids Day on … Continue reading

EX-FOOTBALLER,ODARTEY LAMPTEY SHOCKED 3 KIDS WITH WIFE AREN’T BIOLOGICALY HIS

(See their Pix on our Twitter handle-@AkaraBox) Former Ghanaian international footballer Nii Odartey Lamptey has revealed that he recently found out that all three children he had with his wife of almost 20 years are not his biological children. He made the shocking revelation in a radio interviewed when asked why he was divorcing his … Continue reading

#ASUUSTRIKE: FRESH STUDENTS COMMENCE REGISTRATION AS VC’s DEFY #ASUU OVER ADMISSIONS

Despite the crisis in the sector, new students in universities across the country have already begun the registration process to begin a new academic calendar while the incumbent calendar is being stalled by the 5 month old ASUU strike. Some of these new students who spoke to Vanguard Learning are apprehensive about being inducted into … Continue reading

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