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The Academic Staff Union of Universities on Thursday said the ongoing ASUU Strike would not be called off until the Federal Government fully implemented all the offers it made to the union after their last meeting. The public university lecturers said...
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics has said that it had no option but to continue its strike action in the new year because the Federal Government failed to release the N15bn revitalization fund for the polytechnics promised in...
The Independent National Electoral Commission on Thursday raised the alarm that the ongoing strike by  the Academic Staff Union of Universities would affect its preparations for the 2019 elections. ASUU, had on November 5,...
The ongoing strike declared by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) continues as the leaders of the union and the Federal government failed to reach an agreement again. The Minister of Labour and...
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Former President Goodluck Jonathan has lamented on how pirated copies of My Transition Hours, his recently released book, have been circulated across stores by people who are unhappy with the contents of his book, Jonathan said in a Facebook post...
The Senate on Wednesday approved the establishment of 10 new higher institutions across the country. The resolution was made after the federal lawmakers adopted the report of the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFund. The committee’s chairman, Jibrin Barau, presented...
The Federal Government   is expected to  hold another emergency meeting with the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Monday  in a bid to end  the ongoing strike in  public universities. The last meeting between the two parties took place  on...
Twenty-six-year-old Benjamin had prepared himself and spent five days fasting and praying to secure a student visa at the United States’ embassy. His widowed mother had spent her savings to pay all the fees leading to the stage and her...
Twin brothers, Taiye and Kehinde Adegoke, who both bagged a First Class in Law at the University of Ibadan, Oyo State, talk about how they achieved the feat with GBENGA ADENIJI Tell us more about yourself. Taiye: I am a native of Ondo, Ondo...