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Rochas Foundation College, Zaria takes-off with 200 orphans, less-privileged

Rochas Foundation College has commenced its 2017/2018 academic session in Zaria, Kaduna State with 200 orphans and less-privileged students. The foundation would provide free secondary education to the successful orphans and less-privileged students who passed its entrance examination into JSS 1. Speaking during the registration exercise held at the college premises on Kaduna-Kano Expressway, Zaria …

Exclusive :Striking Unions Write Inspector General of Police, DSS allege Harassment of Members

The striking workers in Nigerian Varsities have written to the Inspector General of Police and Director of State Security over what they termed Harassment by security officials allegedly sponsored to jeopardize the ongoing strike action by the Non-academic Workers. This was contained in a letter jointly signed by the President of the Three Unions and …

Students should be Encouraged to Research more about Nigerian Dance – Culture Consultant

A consultant on cultural matters, Jahman Anikulapo, on Tuesday advised university lecturers in Performing and Creative Arts to encourage their students to research into  Nigerian dancers and dance itself. Anikulapo said in Lagos that when there is a critique of indigenous dance and dancers, it would give room for more discoveries of areas that students …

Campus Editors Condemn Benue Killings, Call for more Sincere Governance in Nigeria

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​NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN CAMPUS EDITORS(NANCE)​ ​Headquarters:​ Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. ​Email:​ Campuseditorsguild@gmail.com | Nanceaddress@gmail.com. ​Twitter:​ @campuseditorsng ​Instagram:​ nanceonline ​Website:​ nanceonline.xyz Our ref:_____________________ Your ref :_____________________ ​Date:​ 14/01/2018 CAMPUS EDITORS CONDEMN KILLING OF NIGERIANS BY FULANI HERDSMEN AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR ALLOWING INJUSTICE The National Association of Nigerian Campus Editors, NANCE condemn the killing …

JAC Strike : One Month After, Imminent End not in Sight

The ongoing Strike by Non Academic Staffs in Nigerian Varsities has crippled the activities of Universities in Nigeria. Although some Universities have commenced Academic Activities albeit under strenuous conditions. With the Disagreement bothering on issues of sharing formula for Earned Allowance released by the Federal Government last year, there seems to be no headway in …

OAU: Students lament as Blackout Continues in Academic area, Library Shut

Students of Obafemi Awolowo University have continued to show displeasure over continued darkness that has ravaged their Campus days before the semester Examination. The University had fixed January 29, for commencement of the Rain Semester Examination despite the ongoing National strike by the Non-academic Unions in the University. Faith Alawode a Student of the University …