Amotekun In Action… See the Next Step For The Western Nigeria Security Outfit The Western Nigeria Security Outfit codenamed Amotekun appears to have come here to stay. This is as the outfit is already making impressionable strides. And according to the DAWN commission, governors are already working to ensure that they move bills that will be passed in their respective states to back the security outfit. The commission via its twitter handle revealed this saying ‘’Our Governors are already working with
After basic considerations and measures considered in the reopening of schools in Nigeria during the COVID-19 pandemic, 6 states has said they are ready to reopen schools for the preparation of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). It was part of the state government's decisions at the conclusion of a virtual meeting held in conjunction with the Committee on South West Education, Education Special Advisors and Chairs, the President of the State Universal Basic Education Council and
WAEC The commissioners of Education across south west states have agreed to sit SS 3 students in the geopolitical zone for their West African Examinations Council (WAEC). In a statement by Director General, DAWN Commission, Mr Seye Oyeleye, the meeting was organized to buttress on the need to jointly agree on modalities for the 2019/2020 WAEC Examinations, reopening of schools for SS 3 students to sit for their WAEC.. The meeting was graced by the attendance of key stakeholders like the special advisers on Education,
Good News To Teachers, Students In South-West As An Agreement Has Been Made For Schools To Resume For Final Exams Over a while now, there have been a lot of issues going on about resumption of schools in Nigeria after Federal Government had initially agreed for schools to resume, only to reverse their statement after days that schools will no longer resume due to the rise of corona virus in the country. It's been over 4 months now that teachers and students have been at home. Meanwhile, WAEC examinations date
The six South - West states have signified readiness to reopen schools for students to take a seat for the 2020 West African Senior faculty certificate examination amid the coronavirus pandemic. This changed into a part of the resolutions reached by means of the kingdom governments at the quit of a digital meeting initiated on Tuesday by means of the development agenda for Western Nigeria otherwise referred to as dawn fee in collaboration with the forum of South -West schooling commissioners , special advisers
The six southwest states has expressed the willingness to reopen school for final year students to write the 2020 WAEC examination in the midst of coronavirus pandemic. The state governments had reached this resolution at the conclusion of a digital assembly started on Tuesday via the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) that was commission in cooperation with the forum of southwest schooling commisioners, the State Universal Basic Education Board Chairmen and distinctive advisers on education.
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria, DAWN Commission says the destruction of public and private property by hoodlums pretending to be #EndSARS protesters is condemnable and must be discouraged. The Commission, particularly expressed concern over the ugly incidence in Osun State, which led to hoodlums hijacking the peaceful #EndSARS protests and attacking Governor Gboyega Oyetola's convoy. The Commission, in a statement, said its Director General, Mr. Seye Oyeleye while speaking in Osogbo, also condemned
The Western Nigeria Security Network codenamed Operation Amotekun is beginning to develop its legal teeth. Following wide consultations, the Attorneys-General (AGs) of Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun and Oyo states met in Ibadan all night on Friday to put finishing touches to the legal framework to make the security outfit operational. It was a full house at the meeting with all the AGs in attendance. In attendance were Prof Oyewole Oyewo (Oyo), Mr. Oluwafemi Akande (Osun), Mr. Olawale Fapohunda (Ekiti), M