Bandits Write Letter To School; Promise To Kidnap Students Soon
Though the news as being circulating for like two days now but the provost of the Federal College of Education Technical, Gusau, Dr. Umar Bello has finally confirmed the receipt of an
alleged letter of threat by bandits, saying that the management of the college has put some measures in place to safeguard the lives of both staff and students.
The Provost said that the threat letter was no longer a secrete as it has been in circulation, pointing out that when the letter went viral on social media platforms, the college authorities contacted the security agencies and the military, for quick intervention. Powerful Prayers
The provost explained that the college had engaged the services of local vigilantes who are supporting the existing security architecture of the college.
Man Arrests in Ilesa When Trying to Write Teacher Recruitment Exam for Wife
A man identified as Adekunle Aremu has been arrested for impersonating his wife during the Osun Teacher's recruitment exercise at the CBT centre at Osun State College of Education Ilesa.The man named Adekunle was caught while trying to write the recruitment examination for his wife, Oyinade Sade Adegbite.The Information Officer at the Ministry of Education, Roseline Olwawuni, who disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, February 10, said the suspect was apprehend...
Many Graduates Can't Read And Write
MINISTER of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, has decried continuous fall in the standard of education in the country. Adamu, who spoke in Yola, the Adamawa State capital during official commissioning of completed projects in the college, lamented a situation in which graduates can neither read nor write in a tolerable manner.He said the situation was a cause for concern, adding that students and teachers need to sit up and face their tasks squarely if the situation is...
4 Billion Bribe: I don't write for NAN, Garba Shehu Fires Back At Sahara Reporter
The Presidential Spokesperson, Garba Shehu has refuted the claim by the online publisher; SaharaReporters that he was the one that write for News Agency Of Nigeria, that the embattled EFCC chairman gave the Vice President Prof Yemi Osinbajo 4 billion Naira bribe, a rumour that was later spread by one Jackson Ude, a situation that led the Vice president to write the police to commence investigation about that and charge Jackson Ude for libel and slander.The presid...
Download Naijacrawl App today
Fastest way to read on the go
Download the Naijacrawl App.