Foreign News

S/Sudan to train 150 teachers in China

South Sudan government said it would send 150 teachers and school managers to China for training this week. The training is under the second phase of the China-Aided Technical Cooperation Project in Education. Deputy Minister of General Education and Instruction, Martin Tako Moyi, announced this on Wednesday in Juba. Moyi said the first batch of […]

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National Politics Security

Parliamentarian says NASS serious about secure Nigeria

From Our Correspondent in Abuja A member of the Green Chamber of the National Assembly (NASS), Rep. Ibrahim Almustapha-Rabah  (APC-Sokoto) says federal lawmakers are fully committed to securing Nigeria. Almustapha-Rabah, who represents Rabah/Wurno Federal Constituency, gave the assurance in a chat with newsmen, on Monday, in Abuja. “All of us at the National Assembly are […]

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Basic Education Environment

OYSG warns against encroachment into govt school land

From Our Correspondent  The Oyo State government has warned trespassers against encroaching into land belonging to public schools across the state. The Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Prof. Abdulwaheed Adelabu, gave the warning while on a routine visit to St. Agnes Basic School, Iluju, Ogbomoso on Friday in Oyo State. Adelabu decried the alarming […]

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Education Health Tertiary Education

Bello reiterates commitment to nursing education in Kogi

From Our Correspondent Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi has reiterated his administration’s commitment to fostering standard of nursing education in the state. Bello gave the assurance at the 6th combined convocation of the Kogi State College of Nursing and Midwifery in Obangede, Okehi Local Government Area. The governor said: “We will maintain the priority of […]

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Jigawa proposes N44.7B supplementary budget

Jigawa State Government has proposed a supplementary budget of N44.7 billion for 2023 for the state House of Assembly’s approval. The budget aims to fund critical infrastructure projects and social services within the state. Babangida Umar, Commissioner of Budget and Economic Planning, announced the proposal at a press conference after the State Executive Council (SEC) meeting […]

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In Need of Messiah To Redeems Today’s Artists

By Abdulwarees Solanke As a Painter’s son with a vast interest in the Arts, a colourful upbringing in education and thorough grooming in the media, I have come to understand and appreciate more deeply the dimensions of aesthetics not only in the Arts but in life generally. A beautiful art piece or work goes beyond […]

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Basic Education

Banditry: Plateau shuts 8 schools, parents lament

No fewer than eight public primary schools have been closed intwo local government areas of Plateau State over attacks and killings by bandits. Investigations revealed that the schools affected include the LEA Primary School, Pinau community; LEA Primary School, Gumbi; LEA Primary School in Bangalala community and the LEA Primary School in New Zak community, […]

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Education General National

ASUU suspends 8-month-old strike

From Our Correspondent The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has suspended its eight-month-old industrial action. Although the suspension of the strike is with a condition, a member of the union’s National Executive Committee hinted in the early hour of Friday. The NewsZenith gathered that the decision was taken at the end of the National […]

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Education General

World Teachers Day: Niger APC Governorship candidate donates cars to teachers

The governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Niger State, Mr Umar Bago on Wednesday rewarded three teachers with cars for outstanding performance and exemplary behaviour. Bago, who was represented by his running mate, Alhaji Yakubu Garba, gave out the cars during the Commemoration and Teachers  Award programme, organised by the Niger State Ministry […]

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