THE Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has announced its resolve to abolish Computer Based Test (CBT) method for Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) due to low computer literacy level of candidates. It has also, in collaboration with a private institute, resolved to set up dedicated UTME centres for visually impaired
Citing constitutional provisions, Lagos lawyer Femi Falana said the Red Chamber erred for demanding Magu’s sack by the President. He said the Senate, relying on the powers conferred on it under Section 3 (2) of the EFCC Act, 2004, refused to confirm Magu’s appointment as the agency’s substantive chairman. According to Falana, the time to end
OSUN State Governor Rauf Aregbesola and the House of Assembly under the leadership of its Speaker, Najeem Salam, yesterday described All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as one rare breed of a pathfinder. Aregbesola and the assembly, in different statements, saluted Tinubu on the occasion of his 65th
SENATORS bared their fangs against the Presidency yesterday. They suspended the screening and confirmation of 27 Resident Electoral Commissioners (REC) nominees. The Senate declared its readiness to defend its integrity against attacks by some persons it did not name, signifying a possible showdown between the two arms of government.
The Presidency was holding out an olive branch to the National Assembly yesterday. But there were signs that their cat and mouse relationship could get out of hand. The Senate summoned Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption Chairman Prof. Itse Sagay over some “uncomplimentary” remarks after it suspended Senator Ali Ndume
The Catholic Bishop of Sokoto, Mathew Hassan Kukah, has debunked the perception that he was close to former President Goodluck Jonathan for what he could get. “Despite my friendship with Jonathan over this long period of time, we never discussed a penny, we never discussed one dollar; we never exchanged a penny, and we never exchanged a
Thirty seven students of Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado-Ekiti will graduate with First Class honours at the 22nd convocation on Friday and Saturday. The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Oye Bandele, said this yesterday at a briefing. Giving a breakdown, Bandele said1638 made Second Class Upper and 5,395 Second Class Lower.