Education

Court Orders Uniform Cut-off Mark For All Unity Schools

  “He also prayed for an order directing the respondents, particularly Minister of Education to apply uniform admission requirements, especially cut-off marks to all candidates seeking admission into Federal Government colleges, notwithstanding their gender, states of origin, ethnicity, etc” PEGASUS REPORTERS: JULY 1, 2022 LAGOS — A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has granted an order mandating the Federal ...

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Feature: Geography Of Nigeria: A Beautiful Nation Loaded With Intrigues And Sarcasm – Taiwo Olanegan.

  ‘The security situation in Nigeria in the past 20 years has limited internal travel and by extension the experiential education of a generation of Nigerians. Our locomotive of prejudice is driven by ignorance. For instance, it’s unbelievable to many southerners, that there exist street people and ordinary folks in Kaduna, Kano and Kastina who speak better English than most ...

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The Political Permutations That Led to Annulment of June 12 1993 Presidential Elections – Kichime Goyang Gotau

  “As if to seduce Yar’adua, the leader of the Disruptive- Innovation says “Remember say, we became Yoruba- people enemy sake of say we supported you and turn our backs at Chief Olu Falae; now we wan make you help us to regain our love back to our Yoruba people…, General, dakun, tell Atiku to step down…” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS ...

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What American Writers Prof. Lawrence E. Yoseph Wrote About The Ka’aba In Mecca

  Prof. Lawrence E. Yoseph – Fl Whipple wrote: “We really owe a huge debt to Muslims because tawaf and prayers are on time to keep the superconductor. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MAY 22, 2022 Without the Kaaba the Earth’s Rotation May Stop. Sub-haanallaah! Americana writes: “If Muslims stop performing tawaf or prayers on this earth, especially round Kaaba, surely ...

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Religious Tolerance In A Turbulent World; A Leaf From The Yoruba – By Olobe Yoyon

  “Digging deep into the philosophy of our elders, I found this prayer – “Ọlọ́run ma jẹ ka gba wèrè mọ ẹ̀sìn”! (God help us not to mix madness with religion). Evidently, the Yorùbá differentiate between wèrè (madness) and ẹ̀sìn (religion)” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MAY 17, 2022 When many nations are regressing into a culture of religious hatred, hostility, ...

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Sokoto Killing: Blasphemy: An Islamic Perspective – By Abdulrazaq Hamzat

  “Clearly, the Quran doesn’t even remotely hint at the death sentence for those blaspheming against it or Islam. But unfortunately, the behaviour of extremist groups claiming to be Muslims and the introduction of the so-called sharia law in some so-called Muslim countries has led the media to wrongly point fingers at the religion of Islam in general” PEGASUS REPORTERS, ...

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ASUU Strike: “I’m Not On Strike Currently, I Always Go To Work” – Dr. Muhammad Sanusi Yahaya

  “If the classes were open and students are present I will teach. These reckless strikes have done more harm to the system.” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MAY 12, 2022 Dr. Muhammad Sanusi Yahaya, a prominent and distinguished senior lecturer at the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Sokoto, one of the universities that is also a victim of the current ASUU strike, ...

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ASUU Strike: Vice-Chancellors’ Wives Go On “Revelry” To Instabul As Students Roam Streets!

  Other unions such as the Non-Academic Staff Union of Universities (NASU) and the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) have also declared strikes, shutting down the university system completely. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | MAY 7, 2022 As the ongoing strike embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) counts the fourth month, wives of Vice-Chancellors across ...

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