ASUU Strike: The Fate of Federal Universities’ Students 

By Editor Sir: Many years back, a treacherous threat on educational sector began. Without doubt, it has become very adamant and constant norm that in a year, Nigerian universities across the four angles of the country shall witnessed a delay which is called strike. Strike has been a designed phenomenon and policy by the Academic…

Federal Government, States and Others Review Terms for Schools Reopening 

  Representatives of the Federal, state governments and other relevant agencies will be meeting today to review the level of compliance with the conditions for schools to reopen across the country today. While the Federal Ministry of Education has released a 52-page document which highlighted ways pupils in exit classes can write their external examinations…

COVID-19: WAEC Bows to Nigeria, Shifts Examination

  The West African Examination Council (WAEC), has bowed to pressure from Nigeria to shift forward the date of its 2020 Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), following a meeting with federal government officials in Abuja early this week. In a related development, 600 new cases of COVID-19 were recorded yesterday nationwide, taking the number of…

EDUCATION:Nigerian Govt Provides Update on Reopening of Schools 

On July 17, 2020 By John Nwachukwu The Ministry of Education has provided an update on the reopening of schools in the country. Ben Bem Goong, the Director of Press, Federal Ministry of Education, in a statement on Friday said the Nigerian government has given school owners in the country up to 29th July 2020…

FG Releases New Guidelines For Reopening Of Schools

Posted by Thandiubani on Mon 13th Jul, 2020 –    A new resumption guideline for schools across the country has been released by the federal government. The Federal Government has released guidelines ahead of the planned resumption of schools at every level in the country, even as it failed to disclose dates. According to Punch,…

ASUU Fumes as U.S. Plans to Deport 16,000 Nigerian Students

10 July 2020 | 4:33 am   U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement . PHOTO: ABC NEWS The fate of over 16,000 Nigerian students in the United States is currently hanging in the balance as the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) moves to deport foreign students whose schools will switch to online classes due to…

Some Basic Road Markings and Their Meanings 

  1. Broken White Line   A broken white line simply indicates that you can change the lane, but with caution. 2. Straight White Line    Unlike the broken white line, a straight white line is only made on a two-way road and it implies that you can’t overtake the vehicle ahead, in other words,…

Breaking News: WASSCE 2020: FG Stops Resumption Of Schools

Posted by Samuel on Wed 08th Jul, 2020.    It has also stopped students from participating in the West African Senior School Certificate Examinations earlier scheduled for August 4 to September 5.  The Federal Government has put on hold the planned resumption of federal schools, The PUNCH reports. Ginna Crochets It has also stopped students…

Nigerian Students Won’t Write 2020 WAEC – FG

  The Nigerian government has announced that Nigerian students will not be participating in the forthcoming West African Examination Council (WAEC) examinations. Ginna Crochets Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu made the announcement after the virtual Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday July 8. This New Week on Logarithms   The Minister who also…