Provost laudsTETFund projects

Prof Bogoro of TETFund addressing media on research in Nigeria

The provost of the Federal College of Education, Kontagora, Niger State, Professor Faruk Rashid Haruna, has described the Tertiary Education Trust Fund, TETFund projects as a viable and reliable federal government agency that supports institutions of higher learning to grow and develop. He made the remarks over the weekend at the college in Kontagora while showcasing some 10 projects, estimated at over N1 billion, executed and completed by his administration through TETFund’s intervention. Professor Haruna noted that without TETFund’s interventions at the FCE, Kontagora, some of the projects embarked upon…

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COVID-19: FG kicks over reopening of schools in Oyo

Children in a classroom learning

The Federal Government on Monday kicked against the reopening of schools in Oyo State amidst COVID-19 pandemic, describing such as insensitive to the health of the people. Mr Emeka Uwajiuba, Minister of State for Education, said this at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 daily news conference in Abuja. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo State had earlier ordered the reopening of schools across the state. According to the minister, it is expedient to recognise the fact that Oyo State is a government…

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2017 BATCH ‘A’ MOBILIZATION: Process of Payment On NYSC Portal Using REMITA Pay Engine

2017 BATCH ‘A’ has new dimension for registration

2017 BATCH ‘A’ MOBILIZATION The NYSC Prospective Corps Members should go to the portal home page and follow the following steps for Payment using REMITA: STEP 1 Click on “already Have Account”-Click here to login. STEP 2 PCM enters Email id and password to log in STEP 3 i) PCM clicks on “click here to make payment”. i) After a successful login, The PCM will click on “Proceed to Payment,” once the payment confirmation page is displayed, the PCM will be redirected to Remita Payment Engine with various payment options.…

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This Set of Quadruplet Brothers Were All Accepted to Ivy League Colleges

Set of Quadruplet Brothers are making decision on their college education

A set of quadruplet brothers have a big decision ahead of them — Harvard or Yale? The four 18-year-old brothers from Liberty Township, Ohio, were all accepted to two of the country’s top universities, among other elite colleges, NBC News reported. Nigel, Zach, Aaron and Nick Wade all detailed their experiences growing up as quadruplets in their college applications. “I was just stunned,” Nigel told NBC News. “I was speechless because I didn’t think, I couldn’t believe that it was actually happening and I actually got in.” The Wade brothers found out they were all accepted…

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