This week on Myefiko,
The International Day of the Girl was observed in the United States and a number of other countries, the day set aside to address child marriage and education rights of girls.
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Directorate Headquarters, Abuja, issued an internal memo to universities indicating that there might be a reduction in the number of graduates to be mobilized due to lack of funds.
Workers of the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, embarked on an indefinite strike over alleged demigration of staff and other welfare issues.
Read More – Ado Poly workers begins indefinite strike action
The Enugu State House of Assembly reversed its decision to conclude the process of recruitment of 2,000 primary school teachers even though it had earlier nullified the recruitment exercise.
Doctors received training on how to perform keyhole surgeries, all thanks to Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi-Araba, in collaboration with Laparoscopic Surgery Society of Nigeria (LASSON).
Laparoscopy otherwise known as keyhole surgery is a type of surgical procedure that allows a surgeon to access the inside of the abdomen (tummy) and pelvis without having to make large incisions in the skin.
The Federal Government confirmed the release of about 21 girls out of the over 200 that were kidnapped in the town of Chibok in Borno state, far NorthEastern Nigeria, over two years ago.
Read More – Boko Haram releases chibok school girls
American schools give hope to war affected Syrian students as a number of schools in America have made slots available for Syrian students as educators and activists are worried that the higher education of an entire generation of Syrians is at risk.
Keep a tab on this space for more news next week.