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JAMB introduces easier ways of purchasing forms


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB,has introduced an easier way of purchasing the forms for its 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, can now purchase the pin for registration using the Remita mode. This information was passed to the public on Sunday, the board said the development came on ...

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ABSUTH workers begin strike


Workers of Abia State University Teaching Hospital on Monday began an indefinite strike following the nonpayment of six months salaries by the state government. A correspondent who monitored the action at the Aba campus of the hospital on Monday reported that workers including medical and paramedical staff as well as ...

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Family, Osun students protest death of corps member


Church members, students and members of the family of late Miss Ifedolapo Oladepo staged a protest in Osogbo, Osun State, on Tuesday to register their anger over the alleged negligence of officials of the National Youth Service Corps orientation camp in Kano State, which led to the death of the ...

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Another Corps Member Dies In Bayelsa Camp


A female member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), identified as Miss Elechi Chiyerum, has been confirmed dead after she was found ill at the orientation camp in Kaiama, Kolokuma-Opokoma, Bayelsa State. Miss Chiyerum, 27, from Rivers State, reportedly arrived at the camp with an illness that made her ...

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FUTA suspends 23 protesting workers


The authorities of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, has suspended 23 workers of the institution for insubordination to the Governing Council of the institution. Members of the three labour unions of the university – the Non-Academic Staff Union, Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities and National Association ...

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Katsina lawmakers worry about alleged homosexual activities in schools


Sequel to alleged homosexual activities in state-owned schools with boarding facilities, Katsina State House of Assembly has ordered full investigation into the claim. It also directed that the state-owned Hassan Usman Polytechnic, Katsina, be probed for the same allegation. The House recommended enlightenment programmes on the “adverse effects of homosexuality ...

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