Obafemi Awolowo University Has Not Increased Tuition Fees: Official Statement

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Obafemi Awolowo University management has discarded all the media news and rumors that alleges tuition fees will be hiked. Founded in 1961, the Nigerian university is owned and operated by federal government. It is an institution of higher learning. Public Relations Officer Abiodun Olarewaju released a statement Tuesday saying even though there is shortage of fund to run the university, ...

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Father’s Should Spend Quality Time With Nurturing Kids: UNICEF


The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has come up with a new analysis report revealing fathers of today fails to play or engage in early learning activities with their kids. A statement released by UNICEF New York, Communications Specialist, Ms Georgina Thompson, to commemorate Father’s Day writes 55 percent of children in 74 countries were affected by less time spent ...

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Tanzania Sets Stricter Regulations For School Buses Following Deadly Accident

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Tanzania has now cracked heavily on the safety features of school bus following a recent deadly crash that killed 35 people and most of them were school children. Stricter safety rules have been hovered to help prevent such crashes in future. According to Arusha senior assistant commissioner of police, Yusuph Ilembo, the school bus must take precautions while transporting school ...

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John Magufuli Sacks 10K Civil Servants For Fake Documents

Tanzanian President John Magufuli ordered thousands of civil servants to leave by May 15. About 10,000 employees are found to have submitted forced academic documents and the president said it is a criminal offence. Magufuli added there are 9,932 people in government workforce who have presented fake academic certificates and all of them have been fired immediately as well as ...

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Civil Servants In Thousands Dismissed For Holding Fake College Certificates

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Crackdown on corruption has been continued in Tanzania and in the latest move the president has ordered officials the immediate dismissal of 9,900 civil servants who are found to have forged college certificates. The government had also uncovered 19,700 ghost workers last year in March who were on payroll and had robbed the government 238 billion shillings per year. President ...

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Ilboru High School Student Gracious Ephraim Builds Solar-Powered Robot

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A solar-powered robot has been built by a high school student in the country and it is claimed the robotic device can turn its head, can walk, can speak and also is capable of performing other functions. Form six student of Ilboru High School in Arusha city, Gracious Ephraim, has built the solar robot with aluminium box, metal pieces, wires, ...

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Government Boards Reconstitution Of 21 Federal Colleges Approved In Nigeria

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has taken a serious move in the education segment by approving reconstitution of governing boards of twenty-one federal colleges in the country. A press statement released by Adamu Adamu from education ministry reveals the governance responsibility as well as the overall policy formulation in the colleges will be of the boards. Below are the list of ...

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