Category Archives: Education

UNILAG Becomes The First Nigerian University To Get TV License

  The University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, has become the first university in Nigeria to be granted a licence to operate a television station. This was disclosed by Prof. Ralph Akinfeleye, Chairman of UNILAG Radio and TV, through a statement issued yesterday. According to him,

UNILAG Merit Admission List 2017/2018 Released

The management of the university of Lagos (UNILAG) has released the Merit Admission List for 2017/2018 academic session. Candidates who applied for admission in the school are to check if they have been offered admission. The names of admitted candidates are contained on the attached

FG, ASUU: Another strike looms over Oct 31 agreement

Another round of strike action is looming in the nation’s Universities as academic staff counts down to the deadline for the implementation of agreements reached with the government which led to the conditional suspension of its indefinite strike action in September. The government had signed

ASUU Suspends Strike, Directs Lecturers To Resume Today.

The Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities, ASUU, has officially suspended its one month, six days strike till end of October for government to fulfill its pledges.   The union directed university lecturers to resume duty from today, Tuesday. The suspension of the strike was announced

ASUU Strike Takes Positive Turn (See New Development)

The ongoing ASUU strike which has lasted for about a month might be coming to an end this week as the group is considering the offers made by the government. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may call off its one-month old strike this

Student Threatens To Sue Jamb For Withholding His Result 

16-year-old Bayelsa State student, Nengimote Loko, has threatened to sue the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board over the alleged seizure of his May 2017 examinations result conducted by the board.   Loko is a former pupil of Nembe National Grammar School, Bayelsa. The pupil is

Poly Ibadan Expels 32 Students, Dismisses 2 Staff For Misconduct

No fewer than thirty-two students of The Polytechnic Ibadan have been expelled for violating various academic rules in the institution, Gltrends learnt. In addition to the expelled students, two members of staff of the institution have also been dismissed for various offences. Registral of the

ASUU Strike: No End In Sight

Hope that the strike action embarked upon by Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, is about to come to an end appears dashed as congresses of universities met across the country to deliberate on the recent agreements reached between the leadership of the union and

ASUU STRIKE : Accept FG’s Offer – Students Beg Lecturers 

The National Association of Nigerian Students has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities to accept the offers made by the Federal Government and to call off the ongoing strike.The Federal Government’s team dialoguing with ASUU had agreed to set-up a seven-man joint committee

ASUU Strike: Finally, Lecturers reach agreement with Nigerian government

The striking university lecturers, ASUU, have agreed to consider federal government’s offer and suspend their strike.The agreement comes after 12 hours, 30 minutes of a closed door meeting between ASUU and a government delegation in Abuja.The leadership of ASUU, however, said though it accepted the