07-11-19 News

In Nigeria

Community poly to graduate 1,569 (The Nation)

‘Innovation key to economic development’ (The Nation)

Four for Achievers Varsity awards (The Nation)

Turn skills into wealth, students told (The Nation)

NAPPS’ noble move (The Nation)

Olukoya calls for creative skills (The Nation)

NAPPS woos private sector firms (The Nation)

Foundation to empower 100 women in five years (The Nation)

LAUTECH ASUU issues strike notice (The Nation)

Lagos govt, others seek tech solutions for education (The Nation)

Alumni want better deal for schools (The Nation)

‘I skipped meals, sleep to study’ (The Nation)

‘Lean resources affecting CMUL’ (The Nation)

Facebook group pays fees at 42 low-cost schools (The Nation)

Appalling state of Bauchi’s rural schools (The Nation)

Students decry fare increase (The Nation)

Behold: The British royals’ guest (The Nation)

Sundry Misusages XXXIV: Secure/Secured . . . plus more (The Nation)

Anatomists seek law on use of cadavers (The Nation)

FGC Wukari ’91 set to meet (The Nation)

Obi decries poor investment in education (The Nation)

10m pupils in 56,000 schools enjoying meals (The Nation)

Sexual misconduct: 15 staff suspended in UNN, more to follow (Daily Post)

ASUU issues 10-day ultimatum over 11 months salary arrears (Daily Post)

Reps speak on scraping of post UTME/JAMB (Daily Post)

CRUTECH lecturers protest non-appointment of Vice Chancellor, return students’ scripts (Daily Post)

ASUU threatens strike over 11 months unpaid salaries (Daily Post)

Joseph Balogun: Nigerian academic with versed administrative experiences (Legit.ng)

Young girl who pleaded to sign graduating student’s shirt now enrolled in better school (Legit.ng)

Senate proposes 14-year jail term for lecturers who harass female students (Legit.ng)

Senate president faults Almajiri system, says it exposes children to multiple risks (Legit.ng)