Varsity labs remain shut as NAAT vows to continue strike

February 21, 2018 Moses John 0

Laboratories in public universities across the country, have remained shut as the National Association of Academic Technologists, vowed to continue with the strike it embarked on since December last year. NAAT President, Comrade Sani Suleiman, while speaking with journalists in Abuja, said there has been total compliance by its members in all the universities. He said the union which embarked Read More


2019: CSO begins tracking of campaign funds, others

February 15, 2018 Bode Olagoke, Abuja 0

Ahead of 2019 general elections, a Civil Society Organisation; Good Governance Team (GGT) has disclosed that it has concluded plans to launch a tracking project to monitor early money and third party spending, misuse of state and administrative resources. The group, in a statement signed Thursday in Abuja by its convener, Tunde Salman, said the project will run through the Read More

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UN to act on genocide against Rohingya muslims

December 6, 2017 BluePrint Newspapers 0

The United Nations human rights chief has said an act of genocide against Rohingya Muslims by state forces in Myanmar cannot be ruled out. ZeidRa’ad al-Hussein was addressing a Human Rights Council session in Geneva. More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence since August. Myanmar’s army says it has been targeting Rohingya militants. MrZeid said no Read More