The minister of education Adamu Adamu had earlier on said that it would be better for it's ministry (ministry of education) to review the date which was set for resumption that is January 18, 2021 due to the present increase and spread of the covid-19 pandemic in the country. Out of anger and disappointment, the students had given wrong interpretation about the minister's speech, that's because it wasn't clear to them what he actually meant. Some students even went as far as spreading wrong information about
For a very long time, many Nigerians have always had the impression that education courses are only for those who are not brilliant enough, as many who feel they are academically sounded attempt to pursue courses in other fields apart from education. To attract the best brains into the teaching profession, the Federal Government recently approved the payment of a stipend per semester for students pursuing degrees in education at Nigerian public universities.
A good welcome to my readers, in this article I will be using my personal opinion to discuss why the federal government is yet to reopen the Tertiary Institutions and Schools at other level in Nigeria. Resumption of schools at all level have been a dream and hope for Nigerian students since almost five months now since all the schools have been shut down in the country due to the pandemic that the world is battling with. The federal government first made progress by allowing the resumption of school for final
The national government has suspended its previous arrangement to revive schools to empower Nigerian understudies take part in planned outside assessments. Schools the nation over were shut in March to control the spread of COVID-19. The government had before declared the reviving date of July 13 for graduating understudies in Primary Six, JSS 3 and SSS 3. Reporting the suspension after Wednesday's virtual Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting in the State House, the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu,
The Federal Government of Nigeria has disclosed the compensation of N75,000 as a stipend per semester for undergraduate students undergoing degree programs in education in federal higher institutions. While students undergoing degree programs will receive N75,000 as a stipend, the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) students will be paid N50,000 as allowance per semester as part of the intentional effort of the Nigeria government to entice the best into the teaching profession as assured by PresidentBuhari during the monument of World Teachers’ Day in 2020.
FG Approves N75,000 Stipends Per Semester for Nigerian Students Studying Education in Public Universities
As part of the government’s deliberate effort to attract the best brains into the teaching profession, the federal government of Nigeria has approved the sum of N75, 000 to be paid per semester to undergraduates studying Education in public universities in Nigeria. The Hon. Minister of Education, Malam Adamu, who made the announcement on Tuesday, October 5, at the World Teachers’ Day celebration in Eagle Square, Abuja, also disclosed that the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) students, will receive N50, 000 as a stipend per semester, as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari last year.
1) According to JAMB - The common admission and matriculation authority has not yet set limits for admission for 2020. The limits for this year's approval have not been set. It urged the Nigerians, especially the candidates, to ignore any blocking mark spread by "fraudsters" and to label it a "forgery". The board said this year's limits will be set at a stakeholder meeting led by Education Minister Malam Adamu Adamu. The Head of Media and Information at JAMB, Dr. Fabian Benjamin announced yesterday
The Federal Government of Nigeria has declared that there will be no WAEC exams in Nigeria this year. Every student preparing for Senior Secondary School West African Examination, 2020, should take note of the fact that the Federal Government of Nigeria has declared that such an exam will not take place this year. The decision was made in other to ensure the safety of Nigerian students. It was earlier speculated that the WAEC Exam will hold in some few weeks time, but the recent news from the Federal Government
Adamu Garba has made another video, which he was seen addressing and advising Northerners, in Hausa language. Adamu Garba who was once a presidential aspirant has already said in a video that he will and has sue Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO to court for his involvement in the peaceful #EndSARS protest in the country by helping protesters raise money through a fund link. The latest video didn't sit well with most Northerners, as they voiced out against his address. A Twitter user known as, @musv_muhvmmvd tweeted
Malam Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education has addressed the issue of the recent fall in education sector where he said many Nigerian graduates can’t even read or write. According to news, Malam Adamu disclosed this in Yola, Adamawa state during the commissioning of a college project. He then urge teachers, students and stakeholders in school to sit up and make education our propriety. This has sparked a lot of reactions on social media after the news was reported by Sahara reporters and one of the Twitter
As part of the efforts the federal government is making to produce smart teachers in Nigeria, the federal government has approved N75,000 stipend, for students studying education in Government Universities, across the country. The information was revealed in a statement signed by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu, on Tuesday, October 5.
His Royal Highness, The Emir of Bauchi Doctor Rilwanu Suleiman Adamu received in audience the former president of Nigeria, His Excellency Goodluck Ebele Jonathan along side Governor Bala mohammed.Jonathan was warmly welcome by the palace guard and others traditional rulers in the emirate council.
FG Approves 75,000 Naira Stipend To Be Paid Per Semester To Students In Public Tertiary Institutions
According to a Statement made by the Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arc Sonny Echono on behalf of the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu, at the Worlds Teachers Day Celebration in Eagle Square, Abuja, said that the Federal Government has approved the sum of N75,000 to be paid per semester to the under graduates studying in the public institutions in Nigeria.
The Federal Government has published the National Common Entrance Examination results for the year 2020/2021 into the 110 Unity Schools, with a sum of 24,416 students passing the exams, they scored at least 66 marks. A sum of 70,580 candidates sat for the exams, which was led by NECO on the 17th of October 2020. Malam Adamu, Minister of Education, declared the release of these results, in Abuja on Monday, after it was officially introduced to him by Professor Obioma Godswill, NECO's Registrar. Obioma said
Malam Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education has condemned the continuous fall in the standard of education in Nigeria as he expresses his concern about the decline in the standard of education in the country. The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu. The minister condemned a situation in which graduates of tertiary institutions across Nigeria cannot read or write applications. He expresses his concern while he spoke in Yola, Adamawa State, at the Federal College of Education yesterday, Friday the 11th of December,
See photos from the burial prayer of Sheikh Muhammad Albani Zaria's father. Hello everyone, i hereby brings you some pictures from the burial prayer of Sheikh Muhammad Albani Zaria's father, Malam Adamu who died just recently. Actually, Muhammad Albani Zaria was a Nigerian Islamic scholar who specialized in the field of Hadith, Islamic Law, mass communication, telecommunications engineering and ICT. He was a prominent Islamic scholar and the leader of the 'Salafis' movement in Nigeria. He died some years ago.
Note: Click on the following icon above to get more interesting school updates. Malam Adamu Adamu, the Honourable Minister of Education, has faulted the previous government over the prolonged industrial strike action by the Academic Staff Union Of Universities, (ASUU). The Minister, however, did not mention the name of the administration responsible for this crisis, he stated clearly that the government should never have signed an agreement with the union, promising to pay up to N1.3 trillion when it knew it
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has revealed that the cut-off engravings during the present year's certification have not been fixed. This was uncovered by the Head of Media and Information Dr. Fabian Benjamin in a declaration yesterday. He asked Nigerians, particularly up-and-comers, to overlook any cut-off engraving being hovered by "fraudsters", portraying it as "fake." As demonstrated by him, the official trim off engravings would be picked at an accomplices' course of action meeting that
The Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Prof Ishaq Oloyede, Friday, said viable checks have been mounted by the government against episodes of data fraud in the affirmation cycle into the nation's tertiary establishments. Oloyede, who uncovered this at a preparation in Bwari, Abuja, said the legislature, through the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu gave an order, commanding JAMB to move competitors' biometric information to their establishments of decision, consequently finishing crisp