Education

COVID-19: UCH Unveils Reusable PPE To Protect Health Workers

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University College Hospital, (UCH) Ibadan, as part of measures to protect health workers from COVID-19 and other infectious disease has commenced the production of reusable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), the first in Nigeria. Chief Medical Director, University College Hospital, Ibadan, Professor Jesse Otegbayo, unveiling 2000 pieces of the reusable PPE on Tuesday, said the materials were made by the hospital ...

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How COVID-19 Patient Wrote WASSCE in Gombe

How COVID-19 Patient Wrote WASSCE in Gombe

A COVID-19 patient was seen on Monday writing his West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) from an isolation centre in Gombe State, North East of Nigeria. Recall that Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya had earlier directed that students, principals and teachers be tested for coronavirus preparatory to school resumption for exiting students, following which the state Ministry of Education ...

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UNILAG VC Crisi: Ogundipe, Omotosho Fail to Resume

UNILAG VC Crisis

Contrary to speculations that the new acting Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos ((UNILAG), Akoka, Prof Omololu Soyombo, who had said that he would assume office on Monday for his appointment to take immediate effect, was not on a seat at the senate building where the office of the VC is domiciled. Similarly, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, who said his purported ...

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UNILAG Crisis: New Revelations Expose Babalakin On Falsified Votes

UNILAG VC Crisis

Fresh revelations emerging from the UNILAG crisis have exposed Dr Wale Babalakin, the ProChancellor of allegedly falsifying voting results. From the analysis of the votes received by The Street Reporters Newspaper as claimed by the Pro-Chancellor to have sealed the fate of the embattled Vice Chancellor, Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, there are obvious discrepancies as six of the voters insisted they ...

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School Resumption: NTYTP Donates Face Masks to Yobe State Govt

School Resumption: NTYTP Donates Face Masks to Yobe State Govt

The Yobe State chapter of the Not Too Young To Perform (NTYTP) Leadership Development Advocacy has donated 500 face masks to the  state ministry of education as part of efforts to support exiting students resuming for their examinations amid the COVID-19 pandemic comply with the preventive guidelines by Nigerian authorities. According to the its state Coordinator, Comrade Mohammed Bukar Ahijo, ...

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COVID-19: Gombe Government to Spend N2bn on Youths, Women Empowerment

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…As Gombe Govt Provided N500mn for Micro and Small-Scale Businesses Recovery Gombe State Government has earmarked N2 billion to empower youths and women across the state, the Commissioner for Finance and Economic Development, Mr. Muhammad Magaji, has said. Magaji, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Thursday in Gombe, said the fund was to help cushion ...

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Where to Secure Tertiary Admission without JAMB

Where to Secure Tertiary Admission without JAMB 1

Every year, millions of Nigerians struggle for a space in tertiary institutions. At least, 1.5 million students write the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) every year, but only a fraction of that number successfully gained admission into either University, Polytechnic or College of Education. Substantial number of students are left out and faced the hard choice of waiting extra year ...

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Resumption: Enugu Govt Moves to Ensure Workers’ Compliance with COVID-19 Protocol

Resumption: Enugu govt moves to ensure workers’ compliance with COVID-19 protocol

…Decontaminates Offices Ahead of August 3 Resumption Date Ahead of August 3 resumption of duty, after four months of lockdown, the Enugu State Government has reminded all civil servants in the state of the need to adhere strictly to the laid down preventive measures for containment of the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). The reminder was made by the state’s ...

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COVID-19: What Enugu Govt Is Doing As School Resumption Gets Nearer

COVID-19: Enugu govt flags off decontamination of schools ahead of resumption

The Enugu State Government, on Friday, flagged off comprehensive decontamination and fumigation of secondary schools in the state, ahead of resumption of academic activities. The exercise is being carried out by the State Fire Service, led by its Chief Fire Officer, Engr. Okwudiri Ohaa. It would be recalled that Enugu State Government, on March 24, 2020, closed all educational institutions ...

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