Nigerian Government Has Shown by This Senseless Act that It Is not concerned with Upholding our Democracy – Falz React to Arrest of Mr Macaroni and Others 

Rapper Falz has reacted to the arrest of popular Instagram comedian, Mr Macaroni and many other #OccupyLekkiTollGate protesters by the police. Vacancy for Authors and Aggregators on ginnyent.net  In an Instagram post he shared, the singer stated that the arrest of the protesters showed the Nigerian government is not concerned with upholding the country’s democracy…

FG Extends Deadline for Telecommunication Companies to Block SIM Cards Without NIN

The Federal Government of Nigeria has extended the deadline issued to telecommunication companies to block sim cards without the owner’s National Identification Number (NIN). New COVID-19 Variant in UK Has Been Found in Nigeria – Scientists Say  Last week, the Nigerian Communications Commission NCC ordered telecommunications companies to within two weeks block all Sim cards…

Universities Will Reopen in January- Chris Ngige Says 

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, says Nigerian universities that have been on strike since March this year, will reopen by January 2021. New COVID-19 Variant in UK Has Been Found in Nigeria – Scientists Say  The minister disclosed this while speaking at a function in Alor, Idemili South Local Government Area of…

No Agreement Yet to Suspend Strike – ASUU Says 

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has denied plans to call off the eight-month-long strike. Last night, social media was agog with reports that the academic union had concluded plans to call off the strike after meeting with the Government negotiation team led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige on…

FG Says ASUU not Exempted from IPPIS, Clarifies Agreement with Lecturers 

By Nurudeen Lawal – The Nigerian government has given a fresh update regarding its current agreement with ASUU – According to the government, lecturers have not been exempted from the IPPIS platform, contrary to some media reports – Labour minister Ngige said the government only agreed that lecturers not yet on the platform will be…

ASUU Strike: Ngige Gives Update after Meeting with Buhari

By Ifreke Inyang The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has said the integrity test being conducted on the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAs) software being proposed by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, would last between six and eight months. ASUU has been on strike in protest against the Federal Government’s preferred…

FG to Engage 1st Class and 2nd Class Upper Graduates as Teachers 

Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Education, Sonny Echono has announced that the federal government will be engaging First Class and Second Class graduates as teachers.  Echono who spoke on Saturday November 14 as he monitored the conduct of the 2020 October Diet Batch B Teachers’ Professional Qualifying Examinations (PQE), noted that teachers without requisite qualifications,…