Mixed reactions trail minimum admission marks

From Rakiya A. Muhammad (Sokoto), Itodo Daniel Sule (Lokoja), Romoke W. Ahmad (Ilorin), Christiana T. Alabi (Kaduna), Dickson S. Adama (Jos) & Jeremiah Oke (Ibadan) Heads of higher institutions have at a policy meeting with the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) agreed that 120 should be the minimum marks …

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WAR: FULANI HERDSMEN AND BOKOHARAM IN WAR WITH IPOB AND MILITANT. NO ROOM FOR BIAFRA, NIGERIA’S UNITY NOT NEGOTIABLE. SEE THE TOP SECRET B/W NIGERIA AND BIAFRA.

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria Paul Arkwright has stated the United Kingdom is behind divisible Nigeria. He has revealed that Nigeria must not stay united and there is room for Biafra. Speaking on the position of Britain on the groups pushing to break from Nigeria, the envoy ‎ said …

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18 SSS2 students in US for free education

No one can be perfectly free till all are free; no one can be perfectly moral till all are moral; no one can be perfectly happy till all are happy- Herbert Spencer Eighteen secondary school students are currently undergoing a one-year academic programme in the United States under the Youth …

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Islamiyya schools struggle with curriculum problem

Parents in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) say that in spite of the large number of top quality Islamiyya schools to choose from the fees are excessive. Investigation by Daily Trust revealed that there are Islamiyya schools in virtually all the nooks and crannies of the FCT including those established …

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FG to provide school meals in Nasarawa

From left: Principal Federal Government Girls” College Bwari, Mrs. Stellamaris U. Omu; Chairman Senate Committee on Basic and Secondary Education, Senator Aliyu Wamakko; and Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, during a management audit exercise at the college recently Photo: FGGC Bwari Federal Government will start the second phase of …

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