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Osun Students Rampage: Speaker Condemns Violence

Osun State House of Assembly Speaker, Rt. Hon. Najeem Salaam has strongly condemned the unruly attitude displayed by students of St. Johns High school Ile- Ife after failing to make the privileged list of free WAEC examination list proposed by the state government. This was disclosed in a statement signed …

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FG Distributes Anti-Rabies Vaccines to Colleges Of Medicine

The Federal Ministry of Health has distributed 1,812 anti-rabies vaccines to nine accredited faculties and colleges of veterinary medicine across the country. This was made known on Thursday by Mrs Ifeoma Anagbogu, Director, Neglected Tropical Disease in the ministry, who distributed the vaccines in Abuja, she said the Federal Government …

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How To Get Good Grades with Ease

How to Get Good Grades? Here is how It’s every student’s dream to graduate with the best grade they could possibly get but often times we find out that this is not always the case due to one reason or the other. So we’ve decided to give you a few …

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IBB Varsity Awards Scholarship To 18 Students

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU) Lapai, have offered scholarships to 18 of their best students for the 2014/2015 academic session of the university. The VC disclosed this while speaking at the matriculation ceremony of 2,956 new students for the 2015/2016 academic session, stating that the university is being positioned to …

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No Definitive Statement On Status Of Maritime Varsity – NUC

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has disclosed that the Federal Government had yet to make a final pronouncement on the status of Maritime University, Okerenkoko, Delta. This was made known by Malam Ibrahim Yakasai, NUC’s Director of Information and Public Relations while speaking with NAN on Thursday in Lagos. According …

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Child Abuse: Who’s Looking After Your Kid?

Psychologists urge parents to observe their children’s behaviours. They say, any child being abused in any way would definitely exhibit some strange behaviours. When a child begins to show serious fright towards a particular person, then something is wrong. It may not be physical abuse but most definitely, the child …

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Oxford, Cambridge Admissions Are Complex – Sutton Trust

Oxford and Cambridge College Admissions are Complex and Intimidating A charity group, The Sutton Trust in the UK, has revealed that Oxford, Cambridge University admission process is too difficult and complex The Sutton Trust report states that these Universities has to simplify their admission process to help those from schools …

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Photo Of The Day

This picture shows what is wrong with the educational and corporate system in Africa, where we judge people based on their certificate rather than their qualities and what they bring to the table. #StoptheStereotype

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World Cancer Day : Tips To Stay Healthy

The whole World is marking another World Cancer Day tagged ‘We Can. I Can.’ This is the 10th anniversary of the global awareness campaign and the aim this year is to prove that every single person can make a difference in the fight against cancer. World Cancer Day is part …

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Adorable 8-Year-Old Makes Wigs For Cancer Patients

8-Year-old Lauren could have just been like a regular kid and play around like most kids do. But she decided to make a difference by making cancer patients feel more beautiful while undergoing chemo treatments with self-made wigs. Lauren decided to start making these wigs to help her best friend’s …

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NYSC Explains Delay In Corps Members January Allowance

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has revealed that there would be “a slight delay” in the payment of Corps members allowance for January 2016. In a press statement issued out on Wednesday, the management explained that the delay of January allowance was due to disparities in logistics and planning …

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Why WAEC/NECO De-Listed 25 Lagos Schools

The deputy governor of Lagos state, Dr. Idiat Adebule, has revealed that no fewer than 25 private schools have been de-listed by West African Examination Council, WAEC and the National Examination Council, NECO, for engaging in malpractice during their 2015 May\June Senior Secondary School exams. With this development, all the …

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AFED Calls For Dialogue Over Private Schools Approval

The Association for Formidable Education Development (AFED) has appealed to the Lagos State Government to dialogue with owners of private schools over approval matters. Which has posed a problem for their smooth operations. The AFED president, Mrs Ifejola Dada, told NAN in Lagos that such discussions would enable the association …

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