In the 90s, the education sector in Awka-North Local Government Area of Anambra State could be said to be in its bloom.
Daily Archives: April 11, 2013
Ogun State does not pride itself as the academic pillar of Nigeria, but it certainly was a pathfinder of education excellence in the country.
The week you arrived in Enugu to have a chat with the Director of Studies, Enugu State University of Technology Business School (ESUT), Dr. Titus Okey Enudu, was the week Enugu was in the thick of its 24th International Trade Fair, which took place from Friday, March 15 to Monday, March 25.
The Federal Government has concluded plans to shop for strategic investors to purchase 80 per cent stake in its 10 thermal power stations spread across the country, under the National Integrated Power Project (NIPP).
National leadership of the Peoples’ Democratic Party yesterday admitted that there has been cold war among its national officers.
Nine persons have been electrocutedf and 13 others injured when they had contact with live electricity wires, which snapped during a windstorm and downpour in Anchau town in Kubau Local Government Area of Kaduna State. Assistant General Manager of the Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company
…Threatens to revoke their licences; impose heavy fines of N5m, N2m
Perm Sec, 2 directors, others arraigned…Drama as family of accused attacks journalists in court
A peaceful rally by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), Benue State chapter to protest the non-payment of minimum wage to primary school teachers yesterday turned violent, as armed policemen fired tear gas canisters at the teachers at the gate of the Government House. Teachers from the 23 local government areas of the
Four members of the Delta State task force on traffic control were yesterday wounded in a clash with officials of the state command of the State Security Services (SSS). The victims, who were reportedly bundled into detention by the SSS, were later released and taken to the hospital for medical attention.