EDUCATION

317 Kidnapped Zamfara School Girls Regain Freedom_Ada Nkong

Reports reaching us say the 317 school girls kidnapped in Zamfara state have regained freedom. A report on Channels TV says the state governor confirmed their release.As at the time of the report, they were said to be at the palace of the Emir of Ankar waiting to be transported to the state capital. Seven… Continue reading 317 Kidnapped Zamfara School Girls Regain Freedom_Ada Nkong

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317 Kidnapped Zamfara School Girls Regain Freedom_Ada Nkong

Reports reaching us say the 317 school girls kidnapped in Zamfara state have regained freedom. A report on Channels TV says the state governor confirmed their release.As at the time of the report, they were said to be at the palace of the Emir of Ankar waiting to be transported to the state capital. Seven… Continue reading 317 Kidnapped Zamfara School Girls Regain Freedom_Ada Nkong

EDUCATION

Breaking: CRUTECH Becomes to UNICROSS_Ada Nkong

Governor Ben Ayade has signed into law a bill converting Cross River University of Technology( CRUTECH) to University of Cross River State( UNICROSS). The Bill was sponsored by Rt. Honorable Peter Odey, member representing Ogoja Constituency in the Cross River State House of Assembly.By the conversion, the University of Technology has now become a conventional… Continue reading Breaking: CRUTECH Becomes to UNICROSS_Ada Nkong

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University of Calabar Resumes Academic Activities February 5_Ada Nkong

The University of Calabar says academic activities are to resume February 5 2021. A statement signed by the Registrar ,Gabriel Egbe however states students are not expected in their halls of residence till 10 February 2021. According to him, this is to enable the on-going renovation be completed. Students are also urged to adhere strictly… Continue reading University of Calabar Resumes Academic Activities February 5_Ada Nkong

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Edo state Government Okays School Resumption February 1 , Secondary to Run Two Shifts_Ada Nkong

The Edo State Government has announced that educational institutions in the state, from primary schools to tertiary institutions, are to resume academic activities effective from Monday, February 1, 2021. In a statement, Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie Esq., said the directive is given after due consultations with the institutions and their representatives to… Continue reading Edo state Government Okays School Resumption February 1 , Secondary to Run Two Shifts_Ada Nkong

EDUCATION

Expose Unethical Practices by Lecturers-Prof Angba

In a bid to ensure sanity and professionalism in the institution, the Vice Chancellor of Cross River University of Technology, Professor Augustine Angba, has called on students of the university to expose unethical practices allegedly perpetrated by some lecturers of the university.In a facebook post by the head of Crutech media team, Mr Cornelius Ellah,… Continue reading Expose Unethical Practices by Lecturers-Prof Angba

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Universities Avoid Physical Resumption Due to Covid-19_ Ephrem Cass

Following a statement from the National assembly claiming that it did not support the federal government's January 18th resumption date for schools given the rising number of corona cases in the country. Lecturers of the Bayero University Kano have had a series of meetings to decide if to kick off academic activities or not. Leaving… Continue reading Universities Avoid Physical Resumption Due to Covid-19_ Ephrem Cass

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Nigerians in Diaspora Remit $ 25 Billion in 2019_Ada Nkong

The need to encourage managed migration for positive impact on the migrant , the country of origin and the host country has been emphasized. Tbe Chairman Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa made this assertion at a Lecture she delivered on: "Migration, Diaspora and Africa's Development at the National Defence College for Participants of Course… Continue reading Nigerians in Diaspora Remit $ 25 Billion in 2019_Ada Nkong