Police Arrest Man With Human Head.The Police in Kwara have arrested a 24-year-old man, Kehinde Moses, with a bag allegedly containing a freshly severed human head and hand along Ajase-Ipo road during stop and search duty.The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mohammed Bagega, made this disclosure in a statement in Ilorin on Monday.
The branch of Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Ikara local government education authority in Kaduna State has yesterday elected new officials to pilot the affairs of the union in the next four years.The union in the local government has earlier scheduled the election of new executives for 26th of April, 2021 after the expiration of tenure of the former executives which only lasted for two years due to issues that marred the previous election and led to the late swearing-in of the outgoing executive members.
"We teach you don't cheat us" was the song usually sang by NUT(Nigeria Union of Teachers) to the politicians, especially whenever their salary were delayed or when they were their rights were seemingly denied.It happened on the Workers day celebration in Yola, when teachers numbering hundreds ambushed Governor Muhammadu Jibirilla Bindow,with placards with inscriptions “we teach you don’t cheat us”, ” pay us our five months salaries”, “you don’t keep to your word,” and many others inscriptions calling on the governor to abide to the oath of his office by paying workers their salaries and other benefits.
Benue state Government has assured the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) of regular promotion for teachers.
Crisis is already brewing in the Abia State school system, after the national leadership of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) revealed tha all public primary and secondary schools in the state will be shut down following inability of the state Governor to offset the teachers 15-months salary arrears. According to Thisday, the NUT had sent a strike warning to the Governor earlier in the month, however, with no sign of positive response yet from the governor, information gathered have showed that the state leadership
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Today's Headlines: Wike Breaks Silence, "The Name Of Sunday Igboho Scares Me" - Saliu & Others. Edo Primary School Teachers Suspend Strike The Edo State Council of the Nigeria Union of Teachers on Friday suspended its 19-day-old indefinite strike and called on Primary school teachers to resume on Monday. A statement signed by the state Chairman of the Union, Pius Okhueleigbe, Assistant Secretary-General, Moni Mike and three others said the suspension of the indefinite strike which began on January 18 was made
It seems the lingering crisis between the Edo state government and the primary school teachers in the state has finally been laid to rest, after the Edo State Council of the Nigeria Union of Teachers on Friday suspended its 19-day-old indefinite strike and called on Primary school teachers to resume on Monday. According to Punchng, the state Chairman of the Union, Pius Okhueleigbe, while speaking on the directives, urged all public primary school-heads and teachers in the state to resume work from Monday. In
The Monday October 12, 2020, scheduled date for school resumption in the federal capital territory, became a dashed hope for some parents who had already prepared for their wards to return to school after the months of closure orchestrated by COVID-19. This is following the decision of teachers in the FCT to chase the pupils back to their homes on same Monday which was slated for resumption. The teachers under the umbrella of the FCT Council of the Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, stated that the Area Council
Sequel to the inability of the government and the Edo state teachers to resolve the lingering issues of salary arrears and quest for improved welfare package, the Edo State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has ordered all primary school teachers in the state to shun the proposed February 1 resumption date by the state government. According to dailypost, the union which made this known on Wednesday after a meeting, unanimously agreed that dialogue/negotiation between it and Edo State Government
Nigeria State Government on Tuesday expressed that it recognize the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) as the umbrella body for instructors in essential and optional schools in the state. This is against the backdrop of the disturbances of some secondary teachers to split away from the Union. Chief for Education, Hajia Hannatu Salihu made this known at a gathering with authorities of the NUT over the 21-day final proposal gave to the administration. The abused instructors had composed a letter of protest singed
Recall that over the weekend, the National Industrial Court sitting at the Benin, restrained the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) from proceeding on any strike action in Edo State Primary schools, over the lingering crisis between the teachers and the state Governor over salary arrears and quest for improved welfare package. However, according to information, on Tuesday, the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Edo State chapter for the second day since schools reopened in the state as ordered by the state government,
The Abia Chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers received a teaming support from Eastern Regional Chairman of NUT on Thursday, as they called on the Abia State Government to quickly address the issues that led to the teachers’ strike to save public education in the state from collapse. According to Punchng, the union had stormed Abia State to hold a solidarity protest with the teachers in the state who had embarked on an indefinite strike about two weeks ago. Etim Ukpong, who is the chairman of the union
Crisis looms in the Edo State primary education sector as the Edo State chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) on Sunday, has threatened to embark on strike if the state government fails to address its outstanding welfare and conditions of service. The teachers, chairman of the union, Pius Okhueleigbe said failure by the state government to fulfil its pending demands may likely result to industrial disharmony in the educational sector. They noted that pending issues of Teachers’ welfare and condition
Nut Challenge Edo State Government, Says No Resumption The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) Edo State chapter as comes out to dispute the resumption date announced by the Edo state government that all primary and secondary schools should resume on the 1st of February 2021. Last week Edo state government Secretary announced the resumption date for all public schools in the state signed by Mr. Osarodion Ogie. But the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) Edo state council has now declared that no teachers should resume,
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Nigerian union of teachers threatens to shut down schools.The Nigeria Union of Teachers has threatened to shit schools across the country due to the recurring student abductions in parts of the country by bandits.
In an interview on Friday 26, February 2021, The Nigeria Union Of Teachers (NUT) and The National Association Of Nigeria Students (NANS) said that with the gradual killing, kidnapping and destroying of schools, students and teachers by terrorist in some state, they would likely look to closed down schools to
Edo State part of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has asked guardians and people (who control the entrance to something) not to take their children and wards to class on Monday, February 1, 2021. Naija News reviews that the Edo State government had last Thursday reported the resumption date for public grade schools in the state. The public authority in an explanation supported/recommended by the Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie uncovered that full exercises will continue in the schools on
This head teacher in Yobe State was brutalized by a soldier, read what he did Saleh Ibrahim who is the head teacher of Afunori Primary School Goniri in Yobe State was allegedly brutalized by a Nigerian soldier by name Lance Corporal Umar over a roadblock.
This year is arguably one of the toughest years we've experienced as a nation in the last decade, The spread of COVID-19 in Nigeria has caused a lot of problems including economic depression, and even inflation which has led to more hardship in the country, our normal income no longer satiate our basic needs the way it did before, and now that students are finally returning to school, paying school fees has become a heavier burden for parents to bear than it was before, this is why the news that Bayelsans will
Education has aptly been described as the greatest tool for National development. It Is noteworthy that the teacher has been described as the executor of the educational system and the most important stake holders in the sector. It is thus very vital not to only train the teacher but to motivate him sufficiently to focus on teaching rather than contending with problem of survival and post service fear.The constant clamour by teachers for better remuneration and welfare is depicted by the incessant strikes baby