Trouble for some private schools in this state as Governor orders UBEB to access all private schools
The pride of education is in quality not quantity. That's why parents desire a quality school for their children, so their wards will be raised with a standard learning modalities. It's no more a new thing in Nigeria for private schools to open without certain government authorisation and endorsement. Most of these schools hide in places government agencies won't trace them to. However, just like it is usually said, "you can't run forever." If the future of the Nigerian children is important then their academic
Governor Godwin Obaseki has recently opened an opportunity to those who are interested in the teaching profession to teach in the rural areas with certain level of incentives and financial gratification under the EdoStar Teaching Fellowship Programme The programme comes with a salary and performance-based incentives and bonuses. In a statement signed by the executive chairman of the Edo state Universal Basic Education Board, Dr Joan Osa Oviawe, it was revealed that the programme is opened for two categories
Politics in this part of the world has been referred to as a dirty game. from a Governor to being an enemy of the same political party that pronounced you fit and capable to run in 2016. Gone are the days when best wines and food occupy the table. now, politics is all about interest, Godfather-ism, Party loyalty and Gains Remember, Ambode did an amazing job in Lagos state, but Lagos state chapter of the All Progressive Congress denied him a return ticket because he refused to play the loyal dog. OBASEKI'S G
Good and cheering news for candidates planning to sit for their West African School Certificate (WASSCE) examination as six South West states comprising Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Ondo, Osun, and Ekiti States have signified their intention and readiness to conduct the pending 2020 West African Examination Council (WAEC) examinations in their respective regions. Barring any last minute changes, all is now set for candidates in these states to finally sit for their long overdue West African School Certificate Examination
Ondo state governor, his excellency Rotimi Akeredolu and others visited the burnt Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), which was allegedly burnt by the EndSars protesters in the state. The state universal basic education board (SUBEB) was allegedly burnt by the EndSars protesters in Ondo state in the previous week when the youths were vandalizing the state due to the lack of government response to their request to end the special anti-robbery squad (SARS). The property is one of the state government
Over N100million meant for the offset of responsibility allowances for a special government committee set up to produce the first ever data on staff statuses and progression in Plateau State has disappeared, inside sources have alleged. The committee on staff progression and analysis was set up in June 2012 to work, in conjunction with the State’s ICT Committee and the Local Government Service Commission, to capture all relevant information on staff progression within the State Civil and Public service. On
The Government of Ondo state has announced recruitment into various positions across primary schools in the state. This was contained in a circular made available by the chairman of Ondo state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) It encouraged Graduates and NCE holders to apply for the various positions advertised in tge circular. This is coming at a time Akeredolu's led government is being criticized heavily for not creating employment but rather sacking appointees in the state. Although this is suppose
The Universal Basic Education Board (UBEC), in collaboration with the Benue State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), hosted a two-day training session for Physical Planning Officers on monitoring SUBEB projects in Makurdi, the Benue State capital. During the exercise's launching ceremony, Mrs Augustina Sanchi, the State UBEC Coordinator, expressed hope that digital monitoring of projects would provide accurate and realistic monitoring reports, as well as discipline, noting that the tablets had been programmed to identify even users' position.
The whole world has been under siege of coronavirus for over 9 months. Which resulted to a total shutdown without any activities including learning. However, things are going under control as the rate of infection or diagnosed cases are dropping per day, showing that the war against the pandemic is half won, and will need caution and preventive measure to totally erased the virus or reduced it to the minimal stage. As we are gaining freedom to go about day to day activities, education sector is still tide down
As a result of the ongoing COVID - 19, the OYO State Government has taken adequate step to commence learning on air on English Language and Mathematics for primary 1- 6 pupils in the state. This is a good development in the state. Many pupils play all day long during this pandemic period. If this continue to happen, the educational standard of the state would be at a very low ebb. As a result of this, the Executive chairman, Oyo state Universal Basic Education Board, Dr. Nureni Adeniran, said, the learning
Through the states Universal Basic Education Board,LASUBEB, the Lagos States government has paid the sum of 215,132,707.78 million naira as compensation to the relatives of 60 of it's staffs who died on service. Mr Wahab Alawiye-King, the executive chairman,LASUBEB, who announced this during the presentation of cheque ceremony at LASUBEB office in Maryland,Lagos,also said that death benefit payments included workers who died in the space of 2019 to 2020. As they were been advised on the wise spending of their
The Home grown feeding Programme in collaboration with the Lagos State Government through the Universal Basic Education Board and all stakeholders in the basic education sub sector has started distributing food stuffs in the state. Nigeria is among the countries that launches Africa's largest national school feeding programme. Nigeria’s National Home Grown School Feeding Programme was formally launched by the country’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo together with Federal and State ministers
"Oyo Now Ready To Conduct WAEC, Other External Exams" - SUBEB Chairman As the world is preparing for post COVID-19 realities, the government of Oyo state has revealed today being July 20 that its ready to prepare students for West African Examination Council (WAEC), and other external examinations. It was announced on Monday July 20 by Dr. Nureni Adeniran, the chairman of Oyo state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB). He said they are on top of the situation as they have prepared students and pupils
5 gun-men kidnapped the Personal Assistant to the Chairman, Universal Basic Education Board(SUBEB),Nassarawa state. They were said to have invaded the home of Jibrin Shuaibu Daddare @ Daddare town in Obi local government area, Nassarawa state. This attack was prior to 9pm yesterday, by time. A resident of the town, Abdullahi Shuaibu, said in an interview that soldiers have visited the residence of attack. Also, an investigation by our correspondent revealed that the kidnappers demands 10million naira as random.
SHODDY JOB: NASARAWA ASSEMBLY SUMMON ADEFO VENTURES, SUBEB, OTHERS. PROMISES DISCIPLINARY ACTION AGAINST 20 TEACHERS FOR ABSENTEEISM The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education has summoned Adefo Ventures, the contractor handling most of the school projects across the state to appear before the committee on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 by 10 am over sub-standard jobs. The House has also invited the management of the state Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) to appear alongside the contractor
The South West Government has revealed they are ready to reopen schools for West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) students. The six South West states have finally disclosed the States readiness to reopen schools for students who are sitting for the 2020 West African Senior Schools Certificate Examination amid the coronavirus pandemic. This was disclosed in a virtual meeting which was held on Tuesday by the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria which is otherwise called DAWN Commission
The Speaker, Kwara state House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Salihu Yakubu Danladi has charged civil servants across the State to imbibe the spirit of dedication and sincerity, stressing that the State relies on them to succeed. The Speaker made this call today, while leading honorable members and appointed political office holders at the screening exercise of Kwara state Teaching Service Commission (TSC), Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) and Local Governments' staff in their respective local governments.
The Universal Basic Education Board (UBEB) of0 the Federal Capital Territory ( FCT) has adopted the use of the Educating Nigeria Girls in New Enterprises (ENGINE II) Code of Conduct developed for adult and non-formal education learning centres. Initiated by an NGO, the Tabitha Cumi Foundation (TCF), the code of conduct was developed by the National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-formal Education (NMEC) and ENGINE II, a project sponsored by DFID for marginalized girls in rural communities. The Deputy
Due to the wave of insecurity and the impact on school in Niger state.The Niger ministry of education has directed the closure of all public secondary schools in the state for two weeks.This will take effect on Friday 12th 2021 till March 26th 2021.