Kaduna State University
Ex-lecturer shoots wife, kills self in Kaduna
A retired Kaduna State Polytechnic lecturer, Mr. Austin Umera, yesterday shot his wife, Dr. Maurin Umera, a part-time lecturer at the Department of Languages in Kaduna State University (KASU)
Girl-child education, key to national development, says Sanusi
Chancellor of the Kaduna State University, Kaduna, Mohammadu Sanusi, has restated the call for the education of the girl-child, saying it will enhance the nation’s s socio-economic development. Sanusi, while launching a project on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) challenge for local community teachers in Nigeria, explained that the project would provide opportunities to improve access…
Kaduna varsity produces first batch of pharmacists after accreditation
The Kaduna State University (KASU) has said that its Faculty of Pharmacy will induct its first batch of Pharmacy graduates next Friday after its full accreditation by the Nigerian...
Minimum wage: economist urges states, LGAs to comply
An Economist, Dr Aminu Usman, has urged the States and Local Government Authorities (LGAs) to ensure payment of the new minimum wage to their workers. Usman, the Head of Economics Department, Kaduna State University made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday in Abuja. The don gave assurance…
Kaduna to resume school feeding September
The Kaduna state Government said it would continue to feed pupils in primary four to six when school resumes in September 2018. The commissioner for education Alhaji Ja’afar Sani disclosed this when he appeared before the committee on education, science and technology to defend his ministry’s 2019 budget. He said Governor Nasir El-Rufai has given…
Kaduna declares KASU-ASUU strike unlawful
According to a statement by the Governor’s Spokesman, Mr Samuel Aruwan, the KASU branch of ASUU confirmed that the branch had joined the nation-wide strike as full members of the national union.
Students pass vote of no confidence in El-Rufai over schools’ closure
The students, who had earlier given the governor a three-week ultimatum to reopen the schools, accused security operatives of preventing them from holding a press conference on the issue.