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Ede Poly Lecturers Commence Strike

Ede Poly Lecturers Commence Strike

Members of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP, Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State, have commenced a sit in industrial action to protest the non-implementation of Consolidated Tertiary Institution Salary Structure. Adeyemi Komolafe, Chairman of ASUP, Osun State, and Kayode Azeez, vice chairman of the union, disclosed this in interviews in Osogbo on Wednesday. According

Nigeria Port Authority Holds Compliance Conference

The Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA on Thursday holds its monitoring and compliance conference, in Lagos. The conference, which was to assess the experience of compliance with concession agreement after eight years, was held at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. While delivering the keynote address, Idris Umar, Minister of Transport who was represented

28 Inmates to Write JAMB

NO fewer than 28 Ikoyi Prison Inmates will write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, 2015 which holds between March 10 and March 21. Ayodele Obarewo, Ikoyi Prisons School Principal said in Lagos on Monday that the inmates were adequately prepared for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB organised examination. Obarewo said more inmates

Osun Expels 5 Students for Violent Conduct

Osun State government on Thursday announced the expulsion of five public schools students fingered as perpetrators of the crises that ravaged two neighbouring schools in Osogbo, the stage capital. The schools, Osogbo High School, and Government Technical College, both located few meters away from each other, along Osogbo/ Iwo road, in Osogbo, had in February,

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LASU Appoints Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor

The Lagos State University, LASU, on Friday, announced the appointment of Senapon Bakre as acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academics of the institution after the expiration of her tenure as substantive DVC Academics in February. This was disclosed in the university’s official bulletin. The bulletin said the appointment took effect from February 14 and would run till

LASU Refunds N209million School Fees to Students

The Lagos State government has refunded N209m to students of the Lagos State University following the reversal of school fees by the university authorities. Speaking at a ceremony held at the Main auditorium of the Ojo campus of the school on Thursday, February 26, Fatai Olukoga, special Adviser to the Governor on Education, who represented

FG Approves 9 New Private Universities

The Federal Executive Council, on Wednesday, approved nine new private universities for the country. The approval was given at a meeting presided over by Namadi Sambo, vice President. Osita Chidoka, Minister of Aviation announced the decision at a post-FEC press briefing. The new private universities, according to Chidoka, include Hallmark University, Michael and Cecilia Ibru

Curbing Hunger Pangs the Natural Way

Constant hunger pangs can be a nightmare, especially when trying to lose weight or commit to healthier eating habits. A fluctuating appetite can also negatively affect the mood. Fortunately, there are ways to tame even the most brutal of appetites in more natural ways. One of such is drinking enough water. Research has shown that

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