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5 May
A psychologist, Dr Amajuoyi Festus, has advised students of higher learning to be careful with choices they make, cautioning that decisions made while in school usually have long-term effect on individual endeavour.
13 Jan
The Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology (FCFMT), Lagos, has admitted 387 fresh students, with a warning against vices, such as cultism, gangsterism and anti-social behaviours
26 Jan 2017
The Federal School of Fisheries and Marine Technology Lagos in conjunction with a lawmaker, Linus Okorie has commenced training of 50 Ebonyi youths on fish production.


The Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment has warned those accusing its minister, Dr. Chris Ngige, of being a headache of the university lecturers to desist forthwith.
4 mins ago
Forty-six years after the globe first woke up to the challenges of swelling urbanisation, the 11th World Urban Forum (WUF11) session of the world’s largest gathering of stakeholders
4 mins ago
In his message on the occasion of the 2022 United Nations, International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking themed “Addressing Drug Challenges in Health and Humanitarian Crises
8 mins ago
Experts are seeking ways to address financial challenges hindering the development of renewable energy in Nigeria, adding that over N3.2 trillion could be needed yearly to bridge the mini-grid gap in the country.
8 mins ago
Department of State Security (DSS), yesterday, rescued 21 youths, when they stormed a house close to the Jos Metropolitan Development Board (JMDB) quarters in Tudun Wada