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December 9, 2013

STRIKE: Chaos as ASUU Members Disrupt Lectures at University of Benin (Photos)

There was chaos yesterday, December 9th at the University of Benin as protesting members of Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, disrupted lectures holding in the institution. Some UNIBEN lecturers had resumed academic activities following the Federal Government’s directive to resume work. According to report, the protesting lecturers stormed the institution to stop all the […]

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ASUU: The Ultimatum Has Expired. Classrooms, Labs at Nigerian Universities Are Still Empty (PHOTOS)

  Despite the ultimatum issued by the Federal Government to the striking university lecturers on November 28, 2013, and later prolonged till December 9, 2013, there were no signs of reviving the academic activities across the country. Public university lecturers did not resume on December 9, 2013, Monday, and still maintain the nationwide strike. The

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It is illegal to bar graduates from Youth Service for failing SSCE Maths – Court cautions NYSC

  Justice Mohammed Idris of a Federal High Court in Lagos has declared as unlawful and ultra vires the decision by the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, to deny Nigerian graduates participation in the compulsory National Youth Service for not possessing credit passes in O’ Level Mathematics. One Terna Tarka, who was denied mobilisation on

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Step away from your cameraphone: “Constantly taking photos stops brain from remembering vital moments”

  From your friends’ birthdays to that  long-awaited family holiday, we all want  to remember those cherished moments with a photograph. But if you’re one of those people who can’t stop snapping, beware – you could end up forgetting it all in a flash. A study has found that taking too many photos may prevent us from

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The Secret To Happiness Revealed: Students who can ignore texts or calls are likely to be more delightful

  If you are constantly on your mobile phone, most onlookers might think you have lots of friends and a busy social life. However, those attached to the phone are likely to be less happy than those who can resist a ring or a message alert, says a study. Avid mobile phone users also suffer

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GAME SALE GONE WRONG: Nigerian Ikenna Uwakah Murdered While Trying To Sell His PlayStation 4

  A Nigerian identified as Ikenna according to reports was killed while trying to sell his play station 4. According to reports, Ikenna put up an ad online to sell his new console. He later made arrangements to meet 21 year old Ronnie Collins who was interested in buying the device. Unfortunately around 3: 30

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BUSTED: Two students nabbed for alleged impersonation during exams

  The Commissioner for Health in Ogun State, Dr. Olaokun Soyinma, has said two applicants into the Ogun State School of Nursing, Ilaro have been nabbed for impersonation and handed over to the police for prosecution. The commissioner who stated this in Abeokuta, yesterday,  said the names of the suspects would be withheld. He said they were

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