The Abia State Executive Council has approved the reopening of primary and secondary schools in Abia State for Monday September 28, 2020 to complete the third term of the 2019/2020 academic year. All primary and secondary schools are…
In a Communique Released at the end of their general meeting and made available to the News Gazette Online the Joint Action Committees, (JAC), comprising of NASU, NAAT and SSANU of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike. has…
Schools in Anambra State have resumed after the forceful six months vacation embarked in March over the COVID-19 pandemic in the world.
Following the viral video of the Head of Department of Biochemistry, Imo State University, Prof. Emmanuel Agumuo, who was caught pants down in a hotel, the University has set up a committee to investigate the authenticity of the video.
Following the protest by students of tertiary institutions in the country calling for the reopening of schools, the Minister of State for Education, Mr Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba has asked for patience.
Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has said that the planned Ishmael Ikpeazu Memorial Library would serve as an avenue to redirect the younger generation and assist them excel academically.
At the just commenced West African Examination Council in the country, a student and an invigilator were seen fighting dirty over the script.
A 48-year-old woman, Christiana Samuel has abandoned her village farm work early 2020 to write her O'Level examination for the first time.
It has come to the knowledge of Abia State Ministry of Education that some Heads of public schools are charging students and pupils for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), especially for face masks. This is very unfair and must be stopped…
There is a long-existing embargo on new employment in Abia State Civil Service and only the Governor of the state can validly issue a waiver to employ anyone or group of persons to fill any vacancy within the service.
The West African Examination Council has reacted to the purported claim of a fire incident at their headquarters in Abuja.
Following the resumption of schools on 4th August 2020, in the Country, the Federal Government has reacted to private school owners charging third term fees for exit clauses.
Following the protest by parents in Ogun State, the state government has announced that the COVID-19 test for returning students is now free.
Ahead of August 4th, 2020, Minister of State for Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba has announced that all the 104 Unity Colleges are ready to open their gates to exit classes tomorrow.
Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, has called on all stakeholders in the education system to continue to show total commitment in advancing the cause of education in the State and ensure that processes of re-opening of schools as…
Following the decision to reopen schools by the Federal Government for students in exit classes, parents of students in Ogun State has protested over the high cost of covid-19 test requested by the government.
Further to the recommendation of education stakeholders in the state to resume academic activities on the 10th of August, 2020, to enable exit students take part in local and international examinations,
STATE GOVERNMENT’S APPROVED GUIDELINES AND RESPONSIBILITIES TO BE OBSERVED IN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN ABIA STATE IN LINE WITH THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION’S DIRECTIVES BEFORE REOPENNING OF SCHOOLS FOR THE EXAMINATION CLASSES…
The Federal Ministry of Education has announced the resumption date for exit classes in all secondary schools in the country which were closed over the outbreak of coronavirus in the country.