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Karl Kumm University licence suspension saga: Plateau Governor summons stakeholders to resolve issue

by Christians Gokyo, Jos Pro-Chancellor-cum Chairman of the Council, Prof. Ochapa Onazi, speaking while Governor Lalong looks on. Plateau State Government has directed Commissioner for Higher Education and the Head of Service to immediately engage all stakeholders in resolving the misunderstanding that led to the suspension of the licence of

Plateau State Universal Primary Education Board to Construct Classroom Blocks for Rikkos Community

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos The Plateau State Universal Primary Education Board can now go ahead with its plan to construct classroom blocks at Rikkos Community Primary School in Jos North Local Government Area. This came to light, following the resolution of a misunderstanding between Rikkos Community leaders and the various Football teams, who had

You’re Out To Destabilize Kaduna Polytechnic – Stakeholders Forum Tells NBTE Boss

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The Executive Secretary of National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Professor Idris Mohammed Bugaje, is out to distabilise Kaduna Polytechnic, the institution's stakeholders’ forum has alarmed. Stakeholders, who raised the alarm in a statement issued and signed by its Chairman and Secretary, Malam Musa Muhammad and Mr. Joseph Kazachan, respectively, stated that

Vocational Education System: NBTE Boss harps on 7th Industrial Stakeholders’ Resolution

 “Vocational system of education is answer to Nigeria” – NBTE Boss by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The Executive Secretary of National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), Prof. Idris Mohammed Bugaje, has said that industries and other employers of labour are key drivers for the development, delivery and quality assurance of skills eco-system in

Open Varsity matriculates students inmates in Kaduna Correctional Centre

...Says, 15,000 inmates registered states-wide. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has said it will provide “excellent learning opportunities” for inmates in correctional centres across the federation to ensure justice and quality reformation for growth and development of the country. Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Olufemi Peters, made

Mr President commends NIPSS at “Executive Course 43” Graduation

…Acclaims Institute for “shaping policies” of the nation. by Christiana Gokyo, Jos President Muhammadu Buhari has asserted that, the work of the participants over the years at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Kuru, near Jos, has continued to impact governance by shaping policies and interrogating areas of challenges the

Insecurity Impact: Kaduna Mission Schools Suspend Boarding System Indefinitely

…Non-resident students squat with foster parents. by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna As the security situation deteriorates, some Mission Schools, including the most concentrated ones operating boarding system, have completely shut it down and turned into full-fledge day schools in Kaduna State. In girls boarding system, non-residents female students wishing to continue with their education

JOS: St. Louis Callege graduates 80 students

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos St. Louis Girls College Principal, Sr. Ronda Enna, cutting Graduation Cake, flanked by graduating students. A number of eighty (80) students have been graduated by St. Louis College Jos, for the 2021 academic session. Principal of the college, Rev. Sr. Ronda Enna, while speaking at the occasion, said as

UNIMAID security storms girl hostels, arrests 38 students

by Achadu Gabriel, Kaduna A viral video had gone round, showing how security personnel of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) cracked down and arrested 38 students of the institution, who protested over alleged “fees hike” and “bad living conditions” at the University. Angered by the university students, hundreds of them had on

PlaPoly Students Protest Postponement Of Semester Examinations

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos Following the Plateau State Polytechnic Students, on Monday, who staged a protest over the postponement of their semester examinations by the school authorities, casualties have been recorded in the incident – leading to 7 students being hospitalized, who could not stand the teargas fire. The students’ protest was because