Nigeria drifting to anarchy, extinction – Ayemi-Botu
There were 7 attempts on my life in 8 years — Gov Ortom
16 Years blackout : Angry youths shut down Seme border, threaten to boycott polls in Lagos
ROBBERY ATTACK AT LEKKI: How the bandits struck
C-U-L-T-I-S-M Pastor’s son, others in Police net
Why we chose technical schools —Students, parents
What people don’t know about Joseph Mbu – Austine Young
Why South-West Muslim leaders shunned meeting with President
President’s invitation tear Muslim Students apart
Fashola commissions LASU Radio, 2 other projects March 19
How tribunal decided Osun governorship petition
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Confusion in UTME gets messier
The confusion experienced by candidates of Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations UTME, last week over dates for the examination heightened on Monday as students who were earlier informed by JAMB that the examination would start on March 9 got to their examination centres to realise it had been shifted till the next day. JAMB’s Public Relations Office, Mr Benjamin Fabian had last week informed candidates through the media that the examination would commences on 9 March, 2014.
Jonathan and Almajiri’s empowerment
The issue of the Almajiri has remained worrisome to Nigerians; it has been a source of embarrassment since independence. The Almajiri, as it is, has no place in modern society. Reports show that they are about 10 million children roaming the streets of Northern Nigeria. Mr. President sees these children as Nigeria’s responsibility and as is common with politicians’ lip-service, Jonathan has chosen to be different as he feels sincerely obligated to the less-privileged young Nigerians.
How good are Nigerian University Lecturers?
“…60 percent of those who are in the university system are not university materials; 60 percent of those who are called lecturers and professors in the university system today are not university materials…The survey I want people to do is to look at at the university graduates, First class and Second Class Upper, 2.1, from 1990, where will you find 60 percent of them?
Abuja Area One IDPs camp: A place of tears, uncertainty
They looked so forlorn, torn and tattered. Indeed, their fate appeared to be hanging in the balance. Their future, somewhat, looks bleak, yet they are Nigerians living in their country.
Court delivers judgment on environmental sanitation suit March 16
A FEDERAL High Court in Lagos has reserved March 16, 2015 to deliver judgment in a suit seeking cancellation of the monthly environmental sanitation exercise in the state.
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