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Teachers Registration Council Of Nigeria Kicks Against Sacking Of Teachers

By Amos Tauna Kaduna (Nigeria) — Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), has expressed readiness to partner state governments on teachers training and retraining to ensure that only qualified and competent teachers teach in Nigerian schools. The Registrar and Chief executive of the council, Josiah Ajiboye, while interacting with newsmen in Kaduna, northwest Nigeria after […]

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Nigeria: Kaduna Community Constructs Classrooms To Tackle Illiteracy Amongst Children, Seeks Government Assistance

  By Ibrahima Yakubu Kaduna(Nigeria)– Unguwan-sarki-Baba, is an ancient village situated near Rigachukun town, in Igabi local government area of Kaduna state, north-west Nigeria. The community has been in existence for over 200 years. It is said that some of their forefathers and others fought  both the first and second world wars as well as […]

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Nigeria: Workers Shut Down Federal University Kashere Over Non-Payment Of Salary

By Ahmad Umar Gombe (Nigeria) — Non Academic staff of Federal University, Kashere, in Gombe State, Northeast Nigeria, have embarked on strive action, shutting down academic and administrative activities of the institution over August salary shortfall, and delay in payment of October salary, The Joint Action Committee (JAC) comprising Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities […]

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Nigeria: Indefinite Strike Action: Teachers Issue Two Weeks Ultimatum To Kaduna Government

  By Amos Tauna Kaduna (Nigeria) — Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT), has issued a two week ultimatum of indefinite strike action to Kaduna State Government. This followed the decision of the State government to terminate the appointment of over 21,000 primary schools teachers for allegedly failing a competency test. A statement by the Assistant […]

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Zuma Urged To Release Leaked Fees Commission Report

Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma should immediately release a report into university fees, the Democratic Alliance said on Sunday. “The President’s… dilly-dallying over the release of the report, and his reported refusal to share it with the previous Minister of Higher Education, Blade Nzimande for what seem to be petty and vindictive reasons, have predictably […]

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Teachers In Kaduna Poised For Showdown As Govt Sacks 22,000

By Amos Tauna Kaduna (Nigeria) — Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) and Kaduna State government, north-west of the country are set for a showdown if the state government goes ahead to sack any of its members for allegedly failing a competence test administered on them. The teachers threat followed a competence test administered by the […]

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Nigeria: Kogi State University Crises: Elders Ask Government To Pardon Sacked Lecturers… Say Proscription Of ASUU Was Hasty

By Joseph Edegbo Kaduna (Nigeria) — Kogi East Elders Council in north central Nigeria has frowned at the lingering crises between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Kogi State University Chapter, and the state government, leading to the termination of the appointment of 135 academic staff. Consequently, the Council wants the Government to review […]

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Nigeria: Cooperative Societies Converge on Kaduna State University to Brain Storm

By Amos Tauna Kaduna (Nigeria) — Kaduna State University (KASU) in north west Nigeria is to host the 1st Annual Kaduna Cooperative Societies Conference with a theme, “Advancing the frontiers of cooperative societies in Kaduna State,” It is  billed for Wednesday, 25th October, 2017 at the Enterpreneurship Hall, Kaduna State University. Organized by Partakers Consulting […]

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