Ekiti State University
Flood renders hundreds homeless, takes over highway in Ekiti State
A major highway in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti State capital, has been taken over by massive flood, making passage difficult for residents and motorists plying the road. The flood was as a result of a downpour experienced in the city in the last one week, which also rendered many residents homeless. Property worth millions of naira,…
Ekiti varsity students protest alleged high internet fee
Students of the Ekiti State University on Monday protested against the alleged high internet connection fee being charged by the management of the institution.
Government urged to spend six per cent of national GDP on infrastructure
To address the national’s infrastructure challenge, civil engineers have urged the Federal Government to spend six per cent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on Infrastructure.
Finding panacea to universities’ financial burden
In February 2010, irate students at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State, were reported to have gone on rampage setting ablaze supermarkets filling stations, and raiding banks.
ASUU Strike: Exercise paralyses activities at Ekiti varsities
The striking lecturers justified their action, which they stressed, was long overdue. But the students and parents, on the other hand, expressed sadness at the event, saying it would unnecessarily extend the academic calendar.
Ekiti students protest against Fayemi’s alleged plan to stop probe
Some students of tertiary institutions in Ekiti State yesterday protested against what they described as an attempt by Minister of Minerals and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi...
Civil servant commits suicide over unpaid salary arrears
The source added that Afolayan was found hanging on the ceiling of his house, located on Peace Avenue, Olorunda, Ado-Ekiti.
Ekiti varsity declares zero tolerance for cultism
The Vice Chancellor of the Ekiti State University (EKSU), Prof. Samuel Oye Bamidele, at the weekend announced a zero tolerance for cultism.