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The Osun State House of Assembly has prevailed on the Management of Osun State University (UNIOSUN) to extend the deadline for tuition fees payment.


School closures at this time means private schools are losing income and many teachers may not be paid. Some are suggesting ways that schools can manage early resumption. However, not many parents would agree to send their wards back to school.

A Nigerian, Benjamin Ola-Akande, Ph. D has been appointed the 9th President of Champlain College, USA. The Chair of Champlain College Board of Trustees, Charles Kittredge, in a statement, said: “Dr. Akande is an agent of change and a visionary leader with a global perspective.

Primary and secondary schools pupils in Anambra State have expressed appreciation to Governor Wilie Obiano for the migration of classrooms to radio, television and Facebook program titled, “Anambra Teaching on Air’.

The school fixed April 27 for resumption of academic activities, adding that only those, who pay fees would be allowed to attend classes..

The authorities of the Federal Ministry of Education have met with the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria to fashion out modalities for the take-off of the nationwide school radio and television broadcast as a result of the closure of schools due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Primary and secondary school pupils will soon begin receiving lessons online until the coronavirus spread is fully contained and schools safe to reopen, the Federal Government has said.

The Osun State Government has announced the commencement of School-on-air for primary and secondary school students of the State.

Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, says the state government is currently engaged in talks with First Bank of Nigeria Limited and private sector organisations to provide one million digital devices to aid the teaching of students in the state.

A member of the National Youth Service Corps in Ogun State, Adefisoye Joseph, has produced and donated 100 pieces of handwashing liquid soaps to the state government to assist under its COVID-19 programme.

 

According to the NYSC on Monday, Joseph, with State Code, OG/19B/7322, made the production and donation in Abeokuta, the state capital, and they were received by the Commissioner for Health, Dr Tomi Coker.

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