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Shocking As University Student Impregnates Lecturer

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A computer science student of Federal University of Lafia, Kevin has been expelled from the University for sleeping and impregnating a lecturer of the school.

Kevin was expelled from school after the University disciplinary committee received the report and take a disciplinary action. Kevin admitted that the advances into the love affair with the lady were initiated by her, she desperately pleading with him to engage in a sexual affair with her and even possibly impregnating her.

He added that on times without numbers, the lecturer had convinced him to make love with her.

Kelvin while seeking for pardon brokedown in tears as the University disciplinary committee stand on their decision.

He continues asking for intervention from the University senior administrator to lift the expulsion.

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Nine-Year Old Boy Passes University-Level Maths Exam [VIDEO]

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The Mathematics Certification Institute of Japan on Tuesday said a 9-year-old boy from the Western Japanese province of Hyogo has passed a university-level maths exam.

According to the Kyodo news agency, the institute said Shogo Ando had been studying for the exam for two years and intended to use his mathematical skills for the betterment of society.

The report said the boy was cited as saying that he would like to use his skills to combat climate change.

Testing and achievement are central to Japan’s highly competitive school system.

However, according to the latest data from the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), Japan has fallen from fifth to sixth place in the ranking of countries by their school pupils’ maths abilities.

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Ekiti Varsity Workers Protest, Shut Down School Over Sack Of Staff

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Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti staff today grounded academic activities at the institution over the dismissal of over 900 workers

The institution had on December 5 sacked over 900 workers institution who alleged to have been illegally recruited between 2016 and 2017, during the tenure of Governor Ayodele Fayose, have been sacked.

Discrepancies were said to have been found in the certificates of some of the affected workers, while others were also found not to possess the requisite certificates from the primary level.

The lecturers who protested within and outside the institution’s campus blocked the entrance gate as early as 7: 45am and chanting solidarity songs.

The protesting lecturers barricaded major roads and prevented vehicles from either leaving or entering the campus.

The protesting workers who were led by the major in various unions in the institution under the aegis of Joint Action Committee were seen carrying placards with various inscriptions and chanting solidarity songs.

The protesters included members of Non Academic Staff Union (NASU), Senior Staff Academic Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT).

The workers who disrupted academic activities, besieged the administrative  building where member of staffs were equally chase out workers from their duty posts.

Addressing journalist, the NLC chairman in Ekiti state who dubbed as the SSANU chairman of the institution, Mr Kolawole Olatunde said the struggles would be a fight to finish between Labour and the management.

He said the action of the management was uncivilized and inhuman .

Also speaking other Labour leaders explained that the sack of over 900 staff was an act of wickedness, adding that the various basis for the retrenchment were flimsy.

They, however, threatened to continue with the Protest on Tuesday until the management rescind its decision on the sacked workers.

The labour leaders, equally, urged Governor Kayode Fayemi to called on the institution’s authority to reverse the decision to guarantee industrial harmony.

Meanwhile the leadership of three of the unions in the University, namely, Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU),  Non-Academic Staff Unions of Educational and Allied Institutions (NASU) and National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) under the auspices of Joint Action Committee (JAC) have been advised to maintain decorum while making their agitations.

The Vice Chancellor of the University,  Professor Edward Olanipekun, gave the advice while reacting to the action of the unions to drive staff out of their offices after their joint Congress meeting held earlier on Monday

According to the Vice Chancellor, management would not watch and allow the unions to take laws into their hands by preventing those with legitimate businesses on campus to transact their businesses.

According to him, “There are laid down procedures to be followed under the labour law in  particular if staff unions want to withdraw their services which have not been followed in this case by JAC.

Professor Olanipekun also frowned at the situation where law-abiding staff were being chased out of their offices and described the attitude as unethical.

He, therefore, appealed to staff and students to go about their normal duties, warning the leadership of JAC would be held responsible in the event of any breakdown of law and order in the University community.

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Gov. Akeredolu Orders Reappointment Of Sacked Ondo Poly Workers

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The Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin OluwaRotimi Akeredolu, SAN has ordered the reabsorption of 59 sacked workers of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, into the state’s civil service.

The workers were teaching at the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Staff Primary and Secondary Schools, before their sacking following the authorities’ inability to financially run the schools.

The disengagement of the teachers sparked crisis between the school management and the institution’s chapter of the Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Polytechnics.

Speaking at a meeting with the representatives of SSANIP held on the campus, the Chairman of the polytechnic’s Governing Council, Mr Banji Alabi, said the governor ordered that the sacked workers should be reabsorbed into the mainstream state teaching service.

Alabi said, “The polytechnic in collaboration with the state government has offered to reabsorb the disengaged workers into the mainstream state teaching service and deployed in primary and secondary schools within Owo Local Government Area.”

In a statement jointly issued at the end of the meeting by the SSANIP Chairman, Mr Chris Olowolade and Secretary, Mr Samuel Olorunnusi, the union commended the management for the development.

The association also appealed to the polytechnic’s authorities to give the workers an option of being transferred to the mainstream of the polytechnic instead of the state teaching service alone.

The statement read in part, “The governing council representative appealed to the union to see the magnanimous gesture of the state governor in directing that the disengaged staff school members be absorbed into the (state) primary and secondary schools as an opportunity for them as they can rise to the position of principal and head teacher in no time because they will be replaced where their contemporaries in the teaching service are.”

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