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Mufutau Akuruyejo Achieves Feat As The Only African To Receive Coveted CERN ICT Training In Switzerland

500 level University of Lagos student and MTN Foundation (MTNF) Scholar,  Mufutau Akuruyejo has become the first Nigerian and  only African to participate in the ... Full story

40 Young Nigerians Selected For US Mandela Fellowship

The Deputy Consul-General of the U.S. Consulate-General in Lagos, Mrs Dehab Ghebreab, on Wednesday said 40 young Nigerians have been selected to participate in this ... Full story

IT Firm Drags Babcock University To Court

The Management and Board of Directors of NQB8 Limited has announced plans to sue Babcock University for breaching the terms of an agreement between the ... Full story

Woman, 91, Threatens To Occupy Fashola Office If College Is Not Returned In 7 Days

A 91-year-old woman, Madam Roseline Ololo on Monday gave the Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Raji Fashola a seven-day ultimatum to ensure the return of Metropolitan ... Full story

Pay Our 12 Months Allowances, Teachers Pleads With Jonathan

Around 360 teachers participating in the Federal Teachers’ Scheme (FTS), Ogun State chapter, have sent an ‘S.O.S’ message to President Goodluck Jonathan to prevail on ... Full story

Methodist Church Tasks Enugu Govt. On Handover Of Schools Before May 29

The Methodist Church has called on the Enugu State Government to handover public schools in the state to their original owners before May 29. Archbishop of ... Full story

University Of Nigeria To Punish Truthful Lecturer

Sources at the University of Nigeria (Nsukka), Nigeria’s first indigenous university, have disclosed to SaharaReporters that some members of the university’s governing council have resumed ... Full story

Abia University Targets N800 Million Revenue From Catfish

Hillary Edeoga, the Vice-Chancellor of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, says the school is targeting N800 million annually from catfish production. Mr. Edeoga ... Full story

Education: Okorocha Pledged To Pay Imo Teachers 13 Months Arrears

Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state has pledged to pay the 13 months salary arrears owed primary school teachers in the state. Okorocha made the promise ... Full story

Rabiu Kwankwaso Opens Boarding School For Children Orphaned By Boko Haram Insurgency

Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso of Kano State on Tuesday inaugurated Kano- Borno Boarding Primary School for children orphaned by Boko Haram insurgency in the Northeast. Under the ... Full story

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