All my children are in public schools in Nigeria, I don't want them to be Kidnapped - Hon. Nwajiuba says
Aide to president Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie, has disclosed the opinion of the Minister of State for Education, Hon.Nwajiuba, concerning the bad state of security in Nigeria and the effect it is having on the education of Nigerian school children.According to Lauretta Onochie, Nwajiuba disclosed that all his children school in Nigerian public schools.
Former Secretary to the Imo State Government under the Senator Rochas Okorocha administration, and his in-law, Professor Anthony Gozie Anwukah, has been appointed the Chairman Governing Council, Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun, Delta State.The former Vice Chancellor Imo State University Owerri, was the immediate past Minister (State) for Education of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a position which is today occupied by another Imo politician, and bitter enemy of Senator Rochas Okorocha, Hon.
Out-of-school children rise by 3 million in 3 months The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, has put the current number of out-of-school children in the country at 10 million.This implies an increase of 3,054,000 from the 6.946 million the figure was last year.
Emma Powerful, IPOB's Secretary of Media and Public Relations, has told Nigerians that the ESN, the security outfit of the IPOB is sustained by the funds of members in 120 countries, hence, they had adequate funding.
Group Demands Resignation, Prosecution Of NSA Monguno Over Missing Arms Funds The Coalition of Oduduwa Descendants (COD) has called for the immediate resignation of the National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, for allegedly failing the Nigerian people.
An Important Message To Every Parent, Teachers and Students From The Minister of State For Education
From an interview with the Minister of State for Education Emeka Nwajiuba, he made his comments in regards to the effects that the Nigerian Government cannot secure every school in the country, should incase of an unprecedented attack by bandits and terrorist who have found pleasure in attaching and abducting
Rumour broke out yesterday, the 10th of February 2021, of a likely break-up of the relationship between Senator Hope Uzodinma, and Hon Emeka Nwajiuba, the junior Minister for Education. This rumour further gained credence, when Comr. Onwuasoanya FCC Jones, Spokesperson to former Govenror Rochas Okorocha, would write a rather surprising article in defence of Mr. Frank Ibezim, who is presently in a fight for his life, over allegations of presenting false certificates. Ibezim, an associate of Hon. Emeka Nwajiuba,
The jubilation of the Okigwe APC candidate, Mr. Frank Ibezim, was yesterday cut short by the ruling of the Appeal Court, which upheld the ruling of the Abuja High Court, banning him from holding public office for the rest of his life. Should the Supreme Court uphold the verdict of the High Court and Appeal Court, Frank Ibezim and his backers, Senator Hope Uzodinma and Hon Emeka Nwajiuba, may have only succeeded in dampening Araraume's political future for another four years, but Araraume would have dealt Ibezim
On social media, mainstream media and across the streets of Imo and beyond, the popular narrative is that Frank Ibezim, the Supreme Court affirmed candidate of the All Progressive Congress Party, APC, in the Imo North Senatorial by-election either forged his academic certificates, didn't attend any schools at all or is one impostor who claimed many qualifications, all of which he owned none. The courts have helped to advance these narratives by their judgements, upholding the disqualification of the former member
"He Has The Balls" See Reasons Buhari's Minister, Emeka Nwajiuba Is Favored To Become Next President
Exclusive! "He Has The Balls" See Reasons Buhari's Minister, Emeka Nwajiuba, Is Favored To Become President Of Nigeria In 2023 Hon. Nwajiuba in hand shake with President Buhari. National Coordinator of South-East APC Presidency Project 2023, Dr Chinedu Jideofo-Ogbuagu, has thrown his weight behind the declaration of the Minister of State, Education, Hon Emeka Nwajuba, to run for the office of the President of Nigeria in 2023 from the Igbo extraction. There has been intense agitation for Igbo to produce Nigeria’s
By Evang. Obinna Akuwudike With the recent losses the Imo State governor, Senator Hope Uzodinma have suffered, one begins to wonder, has the Nigerian judicial system started fighting back? For a man once branded a Supreme Court-made Govenror, a tag which landed the New Media director of the Imo State PDP, Mr. Ambrose Nwaogwugwu in detention for weeks, the courts have not been favourable to him in recent times. The first big blow he suffered, was at the hands of Senator Ifeanyi Araraume. Hope Uzodinma, with the
Nigerian education especially that of universities have always been halted by strike by the members of Academic Staff Union of Universities.
Despite the condition surrounding the 2020 Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE) conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), overall students performance did not fall as many stakeholders anticipated. Although there were fears of students performing poorly in the 2020 examinations following the conditions under which the exams were written, students results as seen by our reporter across some schools in Asaba, Delta state capital, proved contrary. The examination was written in condition
…to kick off campaign tomorrow Monday 23rd November, 2020 starting with Onuimo Local government. The winner of the Okigwe APC Senate Primaries, and the APC candidate in the forthcoming Okigwe Senate Bye-election, Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, today returned to Imo State ahead of the December 5, 2020 Okigwe Senate Bye-election. Araraume was received at the Chief Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, by his teaming supporters from all over the state, who came to show solidarity and support for him, as well as
Against the backdrop of the comment made a couple of months ago by the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, stating that the members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) should embark on farming if they are not willing to enroll on IPPIS, the Calabar zone of the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Tuesday finally demanded an apology, stating that such comment is highly insensitive. According to Punch Newspaper, the Union categorically maintained that the failure of the Minister
The All Progressive Congress might not be a football club, but I am certain they have seen the Creed of Liverpool football club.They are living it and it is very discernable that they has made it clear to all, that they will never walk alone. It was all gratitude and praise for the President Gen. Mohammadu Buhari GCFR as Dr Chidozie Wilson Nwankwo CEO Witchtech group of companies federal republic of Nigeria in company of the executive governor of Imo state, His Excellency Senator Hope Uzodimma, Hon Minister
With the defeat of Frank Ibezim, the anointed candidate of the Imo State Govenror, Senator Hope Uzodinma and the junior Minister for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, at the High Court by Senator Ifeanyi Araraume, there have been speculations, that Uzodinma and Nwajiuba may pitch their support to a candidate of another party in a bid to stop Senator Ifeanyi Araraume from returning to the Senate. Araraume left the Senate in 2007 to contest the Govenroship seat of Imo State. Despite winning the party primaries of the
It is now more than seven months, that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have been on strike, on the issue platform of payment, Academic Earned Allowances, Revitalization fund and Memorandum of Agreement MOA among others Several meetings were held and there seems to be headway. As at Tuesday November 4, 2020, the meeting ended in a setback because, Federal Government insisted that ASUU should register on Integrated Payroll and Personel Information System (IPPIS) in order to receive the Academic
See Reasons Why School Might Still Resume This November. Recall that the Academic Staff Union Universities, ASUU, have been on strike since 23rd of March this year due to their disagreement with the Federal Government over the newly-introduced method of payment, IPPIS. Now, ASUU has said its members are ready to end the seven months strike only when lecturers’ demands are met. Part of the reasons of ASUU's prolonged indefinite strike is the inability of the Federal Government to meet up with their demands
The national government has clarified it that, at this point, it is not answerable for the waiting strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU. Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba said there isn't anything that should prevent the the university teachers from getting back to their various duties. The Minister clarified that the administration has done what it needs to do, adding that the waiting strike ought to be accused on the teachers. He talked on Channels Television while reacting