Vice-Chancellors of some federal and state universities in Nigeria have expressed readiness to reopen schools.
Schools might not resume on January 18, 2021 as earlier stated in December by the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Covid-19.
We will like to inform the our members that the COPDD had just concluded her meeting and proposed calendar would be finally considered and ratified on Thursday.
ASUU’s concern came amid coronavirus cases and deaths, which rose to 99,063 and 1,350 respectively on Saturday.
A petition launched by Some students of the university of Ibadan against the school has been making waves on groups and other social media platforms.
Following the news this morning on the suspension of the nine months ASUU strike, there are speculations that faculties in the University of Ibadan could be resuming activities soon. Campus News media have been able to get details from some faculty representatives that there is likelihood of faculty activities in the coming weeks for finalists,…
ASUU National President, Biodun Ogunyemi made the announcement during a briefing of the union in Abuja, explaining that the development followed consultations with its National Executive Council (NEC)…Details later.
The Federal Government has again assured Nigerians that the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities would soon come to an end.
The University of Ibadan and 11 other public universities have been given ₦1 billion each as grants to carry out projects on research in various feeds of their specialty
The association of Nigerian Women in Public Relations will be hosting the second edition of her “PR Students on Campus Summit” in the University of Ibadan on the 16th of December, 2020