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FG to review Safety Protocols, School Resumption date

As Nigeria’s hospital capacity strained .Warns against overcrowding at NIMC enrollment centres .’Why we can’t produce vaccines in Nigeria’ .Declares, No state is immune, set to roll out rapid test kits in Abuja The Federal Government has announced its decision to review the COVID-19 safety protocols as well as the January 18 resumption date for schools in the light of …

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UNIOSUN RELEASES 2020/2021 MERIT ADMISSION LIST The Merit list of admitted candidates for 2020/2021 Admission into various degree programmes has now been released. Candidates who participated in the 2020 Admission screening exercise can now check their admission status via the University Undergraduates Admission portal. All admitted candidates are hereby directed to pay the sum of forty thousand naira (N40, 000.00) …

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Workers of The Polytechnic, Ibadan, begin indefinite strike

The workers’ unions of The Polytechnic, Ibadan, have started an indefinite strike to press for the implementation of the new national minimum wage introduced by the Federal Government in 2019. The unions, which comprise of Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnics (SSANIP) and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (NASUP) announced the industrial action after a joint congress held on …

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UTME: JAMB to prosecute offenders of admissions process

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says it will work with security agencies to prosecute any institution or candidate, found breaching its admission’s code of operations. The board announced this in its latest Weekly Bulletin, made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja. It said that henceforth, stringent measures, including prosecution, would be taken …

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This is to inform all students of the University of Ilorin that the institution has commenced online lectures today, Monday, 11th January, as scheduled. Meanwhile, the University have said  they are yet to make any official announcement for physical resumption to campus students of the University of Ilorin are only made to receive lecturers online through the platform directed by …

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NIN registration may be suspended to avoid spreading Covid-19 – Mamora, Health Minister

Dr. Olorunnimbe Mamora, Minister of State for Health, Monday said that the ongoing registration and National Identification Number enrolment may be suspended due to the rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in the country. As at yesterday, 100,087 cases have been confirmed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). 1358 are reported dead since Coronavirus stormed Nigeria on …

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AAU extends admission application deadlines for 2020/2021 session

AAU extends admission application deadlines for 2020/2021 session This is to inform the prospective students of Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma (AAU) that the university management has set new registration deadlines for the various admission form currently available for the new deadlines are as follows: Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination 2020/2021 Application 18/08/2020 – 31/03/2021 Science and Humanities Programme 2020/2021 Application …

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NYSC 2020 Batch B stream II orientation course date

This is to inform all 2020 Batch ‘B’ Stream II Corps members that their Orientation Course is scheduled to hold from Tuesday 19th, January to Monday 8th, February 2021. All corps members in this category are to take note of this and act accordingly. Source: NYSC PORTAL

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It’s unsafe to reopen varsities now, COVID-19 guidelines absent – ASUU

Branches of the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Sunday assessed COVID-19 protocols in the universities and said the institutions were not ready for safe reopening. The chapters of the union, in separate interviews with The PUNCH, commented on the directive of the National Universities Commission that universities could resume on January 18, but must adhere to COVID-19 protocols in …

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