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Pipeline explosion: Bethelehem Girls College loses Principal_Femi Ehiabhi

Tragedy as the principal of Bethlehem Girls College, Rev. Sr. Henrietta Alokha lost her life to the pipeline explosion in Lagos while rescuing some trapped students under her care. The Principal was one of the victims of the pipeline explosion witnessed on Sunday, March 15 in Abule Ado community of Lagos state before her demise. According to… Continue reading Pipeline explosion: Bethelehem Girls College loses Principal_Femi Ehiabhi

EDUCATION

ASUU COMMENCES STRIKE_Ada Nkong

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, Monday ,says it is commencing a two weeks warning strike. ASUU National President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, announced this at end of the National Executive Council meeting(NEC) held at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT). Ogunyemi said the strike action was to compel Federal government to implement… Continue reading ASUU COMMENCES STRIKE_Ada Nkong

EDUCATION

Unical Demotes 300L,400L Pharmacy Students _Ada Nkong

Reports reaching us say , the University of Calabar has demoted all its 400L and 300L students in a bid to get accredited. This demotion is sequel to the change in the faculty academic curriculum, from Pharm-B to Pharm-D in her quest for accreditation. In this wise, those in higher classes (400L & 300L) have… Continue reading Unical Demotes 300L,400L Pharmacy Students _Ada Nkong

EDUCATION · HEALTH · WORLD NEWS

Asian students in UK face discrimination following coronavirus cases_Jeff Omokhodion

University students across the UK have criticized xenophobia against Asian students following multiple incidents involving discrimination related to the coronavirus outbreak. Chinese students at Newcastle University spoke out about being targeted with verbal abuse or being ostracized in the community during a rally against coronavirus discrimination Tuesday. ‚ÄúSome students spoke about friends and family members… Continue reading Asian students in UK face discrimination following coronavirus cases_Jeff Omokhodion

EDUCATION

Unical Clamps Down on Undisciplined Staff_Ada Nkong

In a bid to stamp- out corruption and other forms of misconduct , the University of Calabar has compulsorily retired two members of staff found engaging in various forms of corruption. While Mrs Helen Obeten was retired from service for involving in acts of financial misconduct and employment racketeering, Mrs Felix Aya of the Department… Continue reading Unical Clamps Down on Undisciplined Staff_Ada Nkong

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Delegates Call for Increased Diaspora Connection_Ada Nkong

Connecting with the Nigerian Diaspora through trust building is one sure way of creating economic prosperity and social impacts for the homeland. Participants and Experts at the Three-Day Diaspora Technical Exchange Programme made this submission at the end of the Technical exchange programme for delegates from Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) facilitated by African Foundation… Continue reading Delegates Call for Increased Diaspora Connection_Ada Nkong

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NIDCOM Partners ICMPD,AFFORD to Upscale Staff_Ada Nkong

In a bid to build capacity in it's staff , NIDCOM is part of a three-Day Diaspora Technical Exchange Programme which has kicked-started in London, United Kingdom.The Programme which is sponsored by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) has experts drawn from the African Foundation For Development (AFFORD), a UK based consulting Organisation… Continue reading NIDCOM Partners ICMPD,AFFORD to Upscale Staff_Ada Nkong