FUOYE matriculates 7,500 new students virtually

The Vice Chancellor, Federal University, Oye Ekiti, Prof. Kayode Soremekun, has said the institution will rise to the COVID-19 challenge through deployment of more technology to deliver its functions and mandates. Soremekun called on the authorities of universities in Nigeria to take advantage of technology to deliver sound education to their students, adding that such

SCHOOL RESUMPTION: FG DECONTAMINATES 19,000 TEST CENTRES

The Federal Ministry of Environment in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education has begun decontaminating and disinfecting 19,000 unity schools in preparation for their resumption. The Minister of Environment, Dr. Mohammed Mahmood Abubakar while briefing newsmen in Kaduna said the collaborating ministries have put in place a sustainable system which will protect the health

UNILAG: PROFESSOR ADEBAYO NINALOWO REAPPOINTED PRO-CHANCELLOR OF LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY

The University is pleased to announce that Professor Adebayo Ninalowo of the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences has been reappointed Pro-Chancellor and Chairman, Governing Council of Lagos State University. He was a two-time Head of the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe, FAS, on behalf of Management, Staff

UNILAG: PROFESSOR RASHEED OJIKUTU APPOINTED CHAIRMAN, GOVERNING COUNCIL OF LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC

The University is pleased to announce that Professor Rasheed Kola Ojikutu of the Department of Actuarial Science and Insurance, Faculty of Management Sciences has been appointed Chairman, Governing Council of Lagos State Polytechnic. He was a former Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration (now Faculty of Management Sciences) and Head of the Department of

Shoprite to discontinue operations in Nigeria

South African Company, Shoprite Holdings Limited, says it will auction off its outlets in Nigeria,. This is coming about 15 years after it opened its first store in Lagos in December 2005. The megastore company with presence in most Nigerian cities hinged this decision on the coronavirus pandemic which has disrupted major businesses globally. In
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