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Today's Headlines: FG Reintroduces Bursary Payment To Undergraduates, Tega Expresses Her Frustration

PHOTO CREDIT: Vanguard Newspapers

As teachers across the world celebrated the Teachers’ Day, yesterday, the Federal Government said it would reintroduce the payment of bursary awards to students in tertiary institutions, just as it gave the assurance of ensuring the safety of students in schools.

On the bursary awards, the Federal Government said it would liaise with the 36 states Ministry of Education, including the FCT Education Board, with a view to making all key into the idea.

It proposed paying undergraduates N150,000 as bursary per annum, while students in Colleges of Education are to collect N100,000 each.

PHOTO CREDIT: Daily Post Nigeria

Reality Tv star, Tega Dominic has expressed her frustration over everything she’s been subjected to since exiting the Big Brother Naija show.

Tega in a tweet via her Twitter account on Tuesday admitted that she is not perfect, adding that she is done with negativity and being bullied online.

She further went on to state that she is mentally exhausted.

“I’m not perfect but I’m done! Done with negativity, online bullying and being judged constantly.

PHOTO CREDIT: Punch Newspapers

The Delta State Police Command has paraded over 30 suspects for various offences, including robbery, kidnapping and cultism.

The state Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Ali, said operatives arrested a 28-year-old man in possession of 750 live cartridges.

He said, “On October 5, around 11am, ‘A’ Division, Asaba patrol team, while on stop and search on the Nnebisi Road, Asaba, intercepted a commercial bus coming from Onitsha.

PHOTO CREDIT: Vanguard Newspapers

Gov. Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti on Tuesday presented cars, computers, cash and other valuables as gifts to best teachers upin the state primary, secondary and technical schools.

Fayemi, during the presentation of the gifts in commemoration of the 2021 World Teachers’ Day, said the gesture was in fulfilment of his pledge to continuously motivate teachers in the state to enhance excellence.

PHOTO CREDIT: Leadership News

The Les Fauves of the Central African Republic have arrived Lagos ahead of Thursday’s matchday3 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying fixture against Nigeria’s Super Eagles.

The 35-man contingent flew into Lagos on Tuesday evening from Douala, Cameroon where they were fine-tuning their preparation for the match.

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FCT Education Board Federal Government PHOTO CREDIT Tega Vanguard


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