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Photo News: Boko Haram leader, Shekau Abubakar Killed In Konduga

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This does not relate to any educational news, but liveschoolnews.com.ng team deem it necessary to inform all Nigeria’s and our esteem readers that Boko Haram leader, Abubakar Shekau, was killed in the Konduga attack. Below is how Vanguard is reporting it Indications emerged last night that Nigerian troops may have scored a strategic victory in the current battle against terrorists ...

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ASUP Strike: ASUP May Embark On Another Strike

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Another strike by members of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnic (ASUP) is imminent as 3 Month Ultimatum Given Get Closer. However, The Minister of Education, Malam Ibrahim Shekarau, has reassured the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) of his commitment to resolving issues raised in its demands from the Federal Government. He said that the Chairman of the Council, ...

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Ebola: FG Meets NUT Today To Resolve Resumption Of Schools

THE Federal Government is to meet with the leadership of the NUT today, on how to resolve the impasse over resumption of primary and secondary schools. NUT had, in the aftermath of outbreak of Ebola virus disease, last week Thursday, directed its members nationwide to sit at home today and ignore the resumption date announced by the Federal Government. Michael ...

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Ebola: Lagos Postponed School Resumption To Oct 8

The Lagos State Government on Sunday said primary and secondary schools in the state would no longer resume on Monday, 22nd September as earlier announced. Governor Babatunde Fashola said the schools would resume on Wednesday, October 8. According to the governor, the shift in date is to allow for adequate distribution of Ebola preventive materials in schools across the state. ...

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Katsina Gov., Shema, Orders Student Detained Indefinitely For Insulting Him On Facebook

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Katsina Governor, Ibrahim Shema, orders student of the National Open University of Nigeria, Abdulmalik Sa’idu detained indefinitely for criticising him on his Facebook timeline. liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that Abdulmalik Sa’idu has been languishing in a police cell for over 20 days. Abdulmalik as gathered, was first invited to the Katsina Government House on August 28 by a phone caller who ...

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Unity Schools Begin Indefinite Strike On Monday

The Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria has directed its members in the 104 Federal Unity Colleges throughout the country to commence on an indefinite strike with effect from Monday next week over non-payment of arrears and entitlements estimated at N1.8bn. This was contained in a statement signed by its secretary-general, Alade Bashir Lawal on Friday in Lagos. “Since ...

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Oyedepo Says Fees Charged By Private varsities Is Necessary

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Private schools in the country, including Covenant and Landmark universities, owned by the Living Faith church are often criticised for being too expensive for average Nigerians to afford. Well, the founder of the Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has come out to defended the tuition fees charged by schools owned by the church, describing the provision of quality education ...

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Ebola: Rivers Schools To Resume October 6

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Public and private primary and secondary schools in Rivers State can now reopen on the 6th of October 2014, instead of the September 22 announced by the federal government. Commissioner for Health, Dr. Sampson Parker, hinged the state’s decision on the belief that the number of primary and secondary contacts that are currently being traced and under surveillance would have ...

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Kano Poly Students Scamper For Safety Over Bomb Scare

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There was pandemonium in Kano Polytechnic and Aminu Kano School of Legal studies over bomb scare in Kano. Liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that the incident occurred at 12.00pm. The incident prompt students of the two tertiary institutions scampering for safety. It would be re-called that the Federal College of Education in the northern Nigerian city of Kano, on September 17, 2014, ...

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