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UNN Lecturer Takes His Life In His Apartment

Melancholy Report emanating from the University of Nigeria at the Enugu Campus on Saturday, 19th July has it that a 38-year-old lecturer in the institution’s Law Faculty, Dr. Bede Opata, committed suicide for reasons not know. Liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that the lecturer, who was until his death, the son of a former Commissioner in the old Anambra State, Chief Cletus ...

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Village Mistakes University Students For Boko Haram

Report emanating from Amalla community in Enugu-ezike Local Government Area of Enugu State has it that Some 300-Level students of Mass Communication at the Kogi State University, Anyigba, were on Saturday mistaken for members of the Boko Haram sect while on a trip to Amalla community in Enugu-ezike Local Government Area of Enugu State. Liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that the students ...

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Students Relief Over ASUP, COEASU Strikes Suspension

For thousands of students in polytechnics and colleges of education nationwide, the turn of events in the last one week, which happened a few days apart, was a welcome relief. Last week Saturday, after 10 months of inactivity, the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics suspended its indefinite strike action for three months to the relief of their students. The suspension, ...

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Gunmen Killed Lecturer In Kaduna

There was wild uproar on Saturday, at Kinkinau GRA, Kaduna, when a senior lecturer with the Shehu Idris College of a Health Technology, Kaduna was shot death in his residence. The tragic incident was said to have occurred at His Kinkinau GRA residence around 9pm. A credible sources inform liveschoolnews.com.ng that the incident occurred around 9pm on Saturday at his ...

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Flood Kills Senior Lecturer Of Federal Polytechnic, Offa

On Thursday a state of organized Pandemonium had crept in Ede, Osun State, when a heavy rainfall, which lasted over four hours, claimed the life of a senior lecturer of the Federal Polytechnic Offa, Adeniyi Adebowale, who was washed away in his car by a raging flood. The unfortunate incident was said to have occurred at Oke Gada community, in ...

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Non-Academic Staff Union Of Colleges Of Education Calls Off Strike

The Aftermath of the suspension of the Colleges Of Education Academic Staff Union strike action, The Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU) of Educational and Associated Institutions in Colleges of Education yesterday called off its four-month-old strike. The General Secretary of the union, Mr Peter Adeyemi, announced the suspension at the end of an emergency meeting of the union in Abuja. Adeyemi ...

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How To Take Computer Base Test (CBT) Post-UTME Exam

For candidates who intend to write the 2014/2015 Post-UTME Exam via Computer Base Test (CBT) but are little bit perplexed on how to take CBT exam. This guildline below would guild you. How to take computer based testing (CBT) Exam. Computer based testing (CBT) is an exam which is taken on computer instead of writing on a paper. It can ...

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Finally, Colleges Of Education Re-open Monday, 21st July, 2014

Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, on Thursday suspended its seven-month-old strike for three months to allow the Federal Government look at their grievances. With this palatable news, all public colleges of education currently shut as a result of the teachers strike will be reopened on Monday, 21st July, 2014 said President of the union, Emmanuel Asagha.

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Finally, COEASU Suspend Strike For Three Months

The Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU on Thursday, officially suspended its seven-months old strike for three months to allow the Federal Government look at their grievances. COEASU President, Dr. Emmanuel Sage told reporters in Abuja at the end of a meeting with the Minister of Education, Ibrahim Shekarau that the union decided to suspend the strike in other ...

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ASUU, FG Clash Again: ASUU Threatened To Down Tools If…

The Academic Staff Union Of Universities, (ASUU) is on the verge of embarking on an indefinite strike if the Federal Government fall to acquiesce to their demands. The Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) threatened to down tools again, barely few months after calling off a protracted Industrial action. Few months after the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) called ...

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