Kogi State University
Bello urges Kogi tertiary institutions to end cultism by February 29
Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has cautioned heads of tertiary institutions in the state to end to all forms of cultism or be prepared to face the consequences.
Attah Igala places ancestral curse on perpetrators of electoral violence
His Royal Majesty, the Attah Igala, Dr Michael Idakwo Ameh Oboni 11 has placed curses, as well as invoked the ancestors to bring calamity upon anyone linked to sponsorship of political violence in Kogi State. The royal father, who addressed newsmen yesterday, in his palace in Idah, spoke against the backdrop of the violence that…
How unhygienic toilets put varsity students in harm’s way in Kogi
Students of Kogi State University live in hostels where toilets are unhygienic and the institution administrators are unconcerned. KINGSLEY JEREMIAH reports Sarah Ojotule’s (not real name) admission into Kogi State University about four years ago was a dream-come –true. She saw the offer as one of the best things that could ever happened to her…
Governor bans ASUU in Kogi State University
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has proscribed the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Kogi State University (KSU) chapter for its refusal to recognise his administration's magnanimity in meeting with almost 90% of their demands.
Kogi tertiary institutions workers suspend five-month-old strike
Mr Moses Balogun, Chairman, Joint Action Committee of the tertiary institutions, who announced this on Wednesday in Lokoja, after a meeting with officials of the state government, said that the strike would be suspended “for four weeks”.
NANS, Kogi varsity students protest against three-month ASUU strike
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in solidarity with the Student Union Government of Kogi State University protested against the three-month old strike embarked ...
3 months down, no hope of resumption for Kogi varsity students
All hopes for Kogi State University students dim each day, as the strike embarked on by the school’s lecturers deepen with parties involved not ready to shift ground.