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By Michael Jegede
President of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union, COEASU, Mr. Nuhu Ogirima, has observed that the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has not done anything meaningful to tackle the myriad of problems bedeviling the education sector in the country.
Ogirima, a senior lecturer in the Federal College of Education (FCE) Okene, Kogi State, made the observation in an interview, while lamenting the failure of Buhari’s government to fulfill the promise made to COEASU, as part of the understanding and agreement reached before the union suspended its strike in December last year.
According to him, any serious-minded government should give top priority to … >>> Read Full Story
2 new polio cases reported in Afghanistan.
Two fresh polio cases had been detected in Afghanistan’s southern Uruzgan province, the Ministry of Public Health said on Monday.
“With these two new cases, the total number of polio cases in 2019 reaches 15 in the country, all of which were reported from inaccessible areas.
“Fourteen of the 15 polio cases have been reported from the south,” the ministry said in a statement.
Poliovirus could be rapidly transferred and the only preventable way was vaccination, the statement said.
“Access to health services is the right of every citizen of the country,” Health Minister, Ferozuddin Feroz, was quoted … >>> Read Full Story
The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) has said that 23,611 pilgrims have been transported back to Nigeria in 44 flights.
According to its Command and Control Centre in Makkah monitored by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja, the latest returnees were 427 pilgrims from Sokoto State aboard Flynas flight XY7476.
NAN reported that no fewer than 1.8 million pilgrims around the world, including 65,000 pilgrims from Nigeria performed the 2019 hajj exercise in Saudi Arabia. (NAN)
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Residents of Kwaita and Kwakwu communities in the Kuje Area Council, FCT, have condemned the FCT administration for the neglect of basic infrastructure in the area.
The residents expressed dissatisfaction in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kuje on Monday.
They all called on the FCT administration to come to their rescue.
Mr Simon Sheyigari, a resident of the area, told NAN that the deplorable condition of the road linking Kwaita and Kwakwu was making life difficult for commuters especially traders and farmers in the area.
According to him, the deplorable state of roads had hindered economic and social development in … >>> Read Full Story
Group under the auspices of Kaura Youth Coalition has called on the federal, Kaduna and Plateau State governments to urgently set up a commission of enquiry to look into the latest attacks in Zangang village in Attakar community that borders Ryom and Kaura Local government Areas in Plateau and Kaduna states.
In a statement signed by it’s President, Comrade Derek Christopher, setting up the committee between the two local government areas would no doubt heal the growing disaffection between community members.
While condoling families that lost their loved ones and properties during the attack, the group also called on government and humanitarian organizations to urgently … >>> Read Full Story
Lukaku celebrating his goal against Cagliari.
Antonio Conte said supporters in Italy must “improve” after Romelu Lukaku was subjected to racist chants during Inter Milan’s victory at Cagliari.
The Belgium international striker, who moved to Italy from Manchester United in the summer, scored the winner from the penalty spot with 20 minutes remaining.
However, Lukaku was subjected to clearly audible monkey chants from large sections of the crowd as he stepped up to the spot.
The striker stared out the fans after scoring, after becoming the latest player to be targeted by the Sardinian club’s fans.
Everton new boy Moise Kean suffered similar when he … >>> Read Full Story