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Governor Ambode approves the use of Hijab In Lagos schools

The Lagos State Government has approved use of hijab (head and body covering for females) in public schools in the state.   This was contained in a circular by the state government which was shared by the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) who had championed the use of hijabs …

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NYSC moves all corps members proposed to serve in Anambra State to Ebonyi and Imo states over lack of ‘adequate camping facilities’

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has moved all corps members proposed to serve in Anambra State to Ebonyi and Imo states. The corps members were distributed to the neighbouring states because Anambra could not provide adequate camping facilities.   Kehinde Aremu, Coordinator of NYSC in Anambra, said at closing …

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New World Record: 96 years old Indian woman scores 98% in literacy exam

Karthyayani Amma, a 96-year-old woman set a record by scoring 98 marks out of 100 in the literacy exam in southern Indian state of Kerala. The Kerala State literacy mission conducts equivalency examination in different grades for people who could not get proper schooling.   After the results were declared on Wednesday, …

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26 inmates of Agodi prison in Ibadan will sit for the 2018 NECO exam

26 inmates of Agodi Prison, Ibadan, Oyo State, are set to write the 2018 National Examination Council (NECO) examination.   According to a statement issued by the Prison Command’s Public Relations Officer, Anjorin Olanrewaju, he said the inmates were registered to take examinations in Science, Arts and Commercial subjects.   “The examination …

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Police investigate death of a UNILAG graduating student found dead after writing his final exams

A 400-level student of the Department of Microbiology, University of Lagos, Adeniyi Ogundijo, died shortly after writing his final year exams.   Men of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Yaba are currently investigating the circumstances that led to his death. While some people claim the deceased committed suicide …

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Photo of students cutting grass as punishment for lateness during school hours in Imo

An witness posted the photo and wrote: They were outside cutting grass while others were inside learning. What is the most appropriate punishment for lateness other than denying school children of their learning? 0Shares

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‘Complaining about Buhari’s certificate shows you are idle ‘ – Presidency tells PDP, angry Nigerians

The Presidency says it is an indication of idleness on the part of PDP and other Nigerians, to make a fuss about President Buhari not presenting his certificates to INEC. President Buhari while submitting his presidential nomination form to INEC ahead of the February 2019 elections, presented a sworn affidavit instead of …

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#JusticeForOchanya: Students of Federal Government Girls College, Benue protest against rape of 13-year-old colleague

Students of Federal Government Girls College, Gboko, Benue State on Thursday,took to the streets in protest against the alleged rape of a 13-year-old Elizabeth Ochanya Ogbaje by her aunt’s husband and son. The students, who stormed the streets in their numbers, called on the state and federal government not to …

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Corp members serving in Taraba state accuse camp officials of extortion

Corp members serving in Taraba state have accused their camp officials of extortion. One of the serving corp members who reached out to LIB said the state camp officials are demanding they pay N4,000 for medical certificates which they already have. Read the allegation as sent in by one of …

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NYSC PERSONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT BY CORPER FRANCIS O. OGUAJU

The NYSC Personal Community Development Project was carried out by Corper Francis O. Oguaju with state code no: KN/17B/2515. The project was carried out in Zara community, Kumbotso LGA, Kano State. The above corps member (Francis O. Oguaju) who provided dumpster and also sensitize members of the community on waste …

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