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ASUU embarks on indefinite strike

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has announced the commencement of an indefinite nationwide strike with immediate effect.

The decision was announced at the end of an emergency meeting on Sunday night.

This came just as the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) is also preparing to commence a nationwide strike on Tuesday, October 6th, 2018 over a disagreement between the organised labour union and the governments on the N30,000 minimum wage.

Briefing newsmen after the closed-door meeting, ASUU president, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, said the strike will be total and with immediate effect.

He listed the reasons for their action to include: Failure on the side of the government to honour the Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, signed between the union and the federal government in 2017.

He also mentioned that renegotiation with ASUU which the government intentionally ignored with impunity was part of the reasons for the strike.
Professor Ogunyemi, therefore, directed all the state chapters to ensure full compliance until their demands are met.

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#OAUvsUnilag : Check Out How Unilag Student Killed OAU Students On Twitter

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OAUvsUnilag : Check Out How Unilag Student Killed OAU Students On Twitter

It all started with a tweet. Then became a battle between OAU and Unilag…

With what we are seeing, OAU was Trashed by Unilag…. Check photid6 below and don’t laugh alone

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Breaking News | JAMB CAPS: Accept Or Reject Admission Before 16th Oct.

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Breaking News| JAMB CAPS: Accept Or Reject Admission Before 16th Oct.

JAMB CAPS: Accept Or Reject Admission Before 16th Oct.

JAMB has announced that over 200,000 candidates, who applied into various tertiary institutions as first choice, have been offered admission in the 2018/2019 Academic Session. JAMB has also instructed at all those who have been given admission in their first choice institution should either accept or reject the admission on or before 16th Oct, 2018.

This findings was made known to us by The Head, Media and Information of the JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin. He also warned that candidates who fail to accept their admission before the above date, should consider such admission lost, as the board intends to mop up any admission spots for other interested candidates.

JAMB Offers 200,000 Admission: Accept or Reject Before 16th Oct

Mr. Benjamin further stated that admission for those who selected schools as 2nd choice will commence right after the conclusion of first choice admissions.

For detailed information on how to check, accept or reject admission from JAMB CAPS, please click here

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Kuranga Aishat, A Unilorin Student is Missing [Photos]

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Kuranga Aishat, A Unilorin Student is Missing [Photos]

Kuranga Aisha Yetunde: MISSING UNILORIN STUDENT

We use this medium to declare Kuranga Aishat, a 200Level student of Educational Technology missing. The Student Union joins her friends and family in the search of our dear colleague.

She was last seen leaving her hostel and she has been searched for to no avail.

Please, anyone who knows her whereabouts should kindly contact any of these phone numbers;
0706 533 6172,
08033423902,

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