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Zana Wins London Based Newspaper ‘The Nigerian’ And Nigeria Print Journalism Magazine Best VC Award

A London based news platform, ‘The Nigerian’ and the ‘Nigeria Print Journalism Magazine’ have selected the Vice Chancellor (VC) of the University of Calabar, Calabar (Unical), Prof. Zana Akapgu as their “Best Performing” VC in Nigeria in the last one year. In separate letters dated 12th and 13th of July …

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EMPLOYMENT : Pinnacle High School, Uyo Invites Teachers for Employment… Apply Now!

employment in Pinnacle High School in the Following areas of specialization

Vacancy! Vacancy!! Vacancy!!! July 3, 2017 admin careers Teachers are invited for employment in Pinnacle High School in the Following areas of specialization. Mathematics English Language Basic Science and Technology C.R.K Social studies Civic Education Home Economics Literature Ibibio Language Music Cultural and Creative Arts The prospective teachers must be …

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FINAL RESULT OF UNIUYO SUG PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

FINAL RESULT OF UNIUYO SUG PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

Comr. Gabriel E. Duff of Faculty of Education has been declared the winner of the Presidential Election of Students Union Government of University of Uyo. 1. Gabriel Duff___________1,160 votes 2.Ekemini Wholesome___864 votes 3.Kufre Nicholas_________729 votes 4 Kufre Okon_____________307 votes   Congratulations to the President Elect Comr. DUFF GABRIEL. Congratulations Comr. …

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Succour for Parents, as Gov. Emmanuel’s Aide Clothe School Children

Succour for Parents, as Gov

In furtherance of Governor Udom Emmanuel’s commitment to improving the welfare of School Children in the State, the Special Assistant to the Governor on Social Reorientation, Mr Ekpeno Gold, has undertaken the provision of school uniforms for pupils of The Apostolic School, Ifa Ikot Okpon-Etoi, in Uyo Local Government Area. …

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Exclusion Of CRK From School Curriculum Can Set The Nation On Fire – CAN Tells Osinbajo

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The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has urged Acting President Yemi Osinbajo to do something about the exclusion of Christian Religious Knowledge (CRK) from secondary schools curriculum. Samson Ayokunle, president of CAN, made the demand during in a meeting with Osinbajo on Wednesday. Ayokunle described the new curriculum as “divisive …

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