Latest News in Nigeria Today Thursday 6th December 2018

Latest News in Nigeria Today Thursday 6th December 2018

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target=_blank>2019 budget: Buhari convenes special FEC meeting tomorrow

ABUJA—PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari will tomorrow chair a special session of Federal Executive Council, FEC, to deliberate on the draft 2019 Budget.
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target=_blank>Get ready for prolong strike, says ASUU

The tragedy befalling the education sector went messier yesterday (Wednesday), as the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) said, it would begin indefinite strike December 12.
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target=_blank>400 coys, 150 traders to participate in Nsukka trade fair

NSUKKA—THE Director General, Nsukka Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, NCCIMA, Mr Dan Ochi has said over   400 organisations and 150 traders would participate in Nsukka 2018 trade fair.
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target=_blank>Donation of 250-bed Teaching Hospital to Osun varsity borne out of my love for mothers, children —Folorunsho Alakija

Billionaire businesswoman and one of the world’s richest black women, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija, has explained the rationale behind the donation of a 250-bed Teaching Hospital to the Osun State University by herself and her husband, Mr Modupe Alakija, as one borne out of her love for children, mothers, humanity in general and for the advancement of medical education. 
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target=_blank>Nigeria to UN: perpetrators of heinous crimes have no hiding place in Nigeria

The Nigerian Government on Tuesday pleaded with the United Nations to lift its embargo on individuals and other non-state actors violating the rights of Nigerians through wars and violence to be referred to the International Criminal Court, ICC, for prosecution.
Continue reading Nigeria to UN: perpetrators of heinous crimes have no hiding place in Nigeria at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Devt of cycling: Stakeholders, cyclists call for govt support

In order to compete favourably in the global scene, stakeholders and professional cyclists have called on Federal and State Governments to provide support and adequate funding for the development of competitive cycling sport in Nigeria.
Continue reading Devt of cycling: Stakeholders, cyclists call for govt support at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>NIS rolls out plans for silver jubilee celebration

Nigeria’s premier sports institution, the National Institute of Sports has unveiled plans for its silver jubilee celebration billed for January, 2019. Twelve sets of students totaling One thousand five hundred graduates will take part in the convocation, the first since 2006.
Continue reading NIS rolls out plans for silver jubilee celebration at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>Tech education is panacea for socio-economic challenges – ASUP

The Federal Government has been tasked to invest massively  in technology as  it’s the panacea for socio-economic challenges.Delivering a paper during the 14th ASUP National Conference held at Yaba College of Technology, Lagos, the Chairman COHEADS and Rector of Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, Alhaji Masa’ud Elelu said any nation devoid of technology-driven innovations wouldn’t develop. ”Education opens the eyes to what has always been there but not seen. If learning is encouraged, growth is constant. In order to turn around a country, the powerful weapon at the disposal of leaders is education”, he said.
Continue reading Tech education is panacea for socio-economic challenges – ASUP at Vanguard News Nigeria.

target=_blank>“No work, no pay” policy: Falana goofed, says Ngige

MINISTER of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige, has faulted the position of the human rights activist, Chief Femi Falana, SAN, on the”no work no pay” policy of the federal government, saying that Chief Falana was misinforming the public.
Continue reading “No work, no pay” policy: Falana goofed, says Ngige at Vanguard News Nigeria.

2 Corona students among the best in SAT worldwide

Despite the woes that have befallen  Nigerian education sector in recent time, all hope is not lost yet as two sudents  of  Corona Secondary School Agbara, Ogun State were among the best globally.All stood still at the school premises when  school authorities announced Ikenna Uruakpa and Anna Adobamen as second best in the    Standardized Aptitude Test (SAT) Examinations world-wide.
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