Olusegun Michael Adeniyi, 32, a teacher with the Baptist Boys High School (B.B.H.S.), Abeokuta, Ogun State, is gradually leading a revolutionary talent hunt in photography, one of the trade subjects recently approved by the Federal Government for secondary schools.
Daily Archives: April 16, 2013
About 2,855 students of Federal College of Education (Technical) Umunze, were recently issued with certificates in a convocation meant for 2005-2012 graduating sets, in an event graced by the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i.
Students from the South -East have called on President Goodluck Jonathan to stop the wave of killings in the country or resign.
The Rector of ESTAC Institute of Technology, Enugu, Chuks Igboanugo, has said that the institute will produce graduates who can compete with their counterparts elsewhere in the world.
As South-East governors work out befitting funeral rites for Prof. Chinua Achebe, former Abia State governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu yesterday advised them not to tribalise the whole arrangement.
After several postponements of Mobile Number Portabiliy, MNP, the regulator, the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, recently woke up to hand down April 22 as the kick off date.
It was a mild drama at Bakassi Local Government Area of Cross River State as Bakassi refugees protested moves by the officials of the local government to forcefully eject them from their temporary camp at Akwa Ikot Eyo in Akpabuyo Local Government Area.
My attention has been drawn to Ethelbert Okere’s “Agony of A privatised State” published on page 19 of the Daily Sun of April 3, 2013 and in some other Imo State-based tabloids.
The Federal Government’s revenue target of N11.34 trillion, which is currently under threat due to large scale oil theft and pipeline vandalism, may have gotten a lifeline, with the receipt over the weekend of overdue payments for oil and gas in-flows for the month of March totaling N595.7 billion (about $3.8 billion).