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FG To Deploy 60,000 Environmental Officers To Monitor COVID-19 Compliance In Schools

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The Federal Government has announced plans to deploy 60,000 Environmental Health Emergency Volunteers to schools in 774 Local Government Areas across the country.
The Minister of Environment, Mohammad Abubakar who made this announcement on Monday in Abuja said the deployment is to ensure that the guidelines of the COVID-19 protocols are strictly adhered to as schools reopen on October 12.
Abubakar said the health officers will be assisting the schools to adopt basic safety measures which include hand washing, compulsory use of face mask, temperature checks as well as physical distancing.
“As a major stakeholder, the Ministry of the environment is set to play its role in the entire chain of events in school reopening.
“We shall be activating 6,000 of such volunteers to cover schools in all the 774 local governments in the Federation,” the Minister said
The 6,000 volunteers will be working with stakeholders at the national level with guidelines and there will be monitoring and evaluation by the Federal Government to ensure strict compliance of health protocols by schools across the country.
Abubakar also said the volunteers will be employed based on their previous performance while carrying out examination surveillance.
The Federal Government, last week ordered unity schools in the country, earlier closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to reopen on October 12th, 2020.
Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, while making the announcement said the decision was reached after due consultations with stakeholders and the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19.
(Channelstv.com)

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2020/2021 UNIZIK POST UTME: Candidates to upload their O’level results (See How)

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NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
2020/2021 UNIZIK POST-UTME/DE CANDIDATES O’LEVEL RESULT UPLOAD

This is to inform all prospective UTME/DE candidates of Nnamdi Azikiwe University and all her affiliate institutions who have successfully registered for the 2020/2021 Post-UTME/DE screening examination to visit the University website Portal.unizik.edu.ng and upload their O’ level result/s.

The exercise will last for only two (2) weeks from Friday 26th February, 2021 to Wednesday 10th March, 2021.

To upload the O’ level result/s follow the guidelines below:
On the login page:
Enter your JAMB reg number as your username
Enter your phone number as the password. (the exact number you used in registering for the Post-UTME)

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If you cannot remember the phone number you used during your Post-UTME application, click on “recover password” and enter in the email address you used during your Post-UTME registration. If also you do not remember same, send a request to support.unizik.edu.ng for a recovery of your login details.

After logging in:
Go to Results ( Add results
On the Add Results page, fill in your Exam Name, Year, Center Name and Exam Number and click on Continue
on the next page, fill in the results you got for your O’ level examination and click on Submit Form to upload your submitted results.
Repeat same process if you wish to submit another result (Note that you are only permitted to submit two results)
(please note that any false information submitted could automatically disqualify you)

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Click on upload result to upload the scanned copy of your original result
To view, edit, or delete submitted results, click on Results then click on My Results
To edit, click on the Edit icon under Actions, and to delete, click on the Waste bin icon under Action

To print out a copy of your submission, click on Dashboard, then click on the Print icon at the top-right corner. This will take you to a page listing your details plus all submitted results. Click again on the Print icon to print the displayed document.
To log out, click on the Logout button.

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Uniabuja Students Beat Lecturer After Exams (Video)

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Uniabuja Students Beat Lecturer After Exams (Video)

According to eye-withness (name withheld), a university of Abuja banking and finance lecturer was beaten today after exams by students of his department for collecting answer scripts after 45 miniutes for a 3 hours exams…

Exam that was suppose to commence and last for 3 hours was cut shut to 45 minutes for no reason at all, so that provoked the students into unleashing mayhem on the lecturer who was beaten black blue…

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Kwara Is Muslim State, Take Your Missionary Schools To Rivers – Islamic Group Warns

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The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has warned that it would not fold its hands and watch Muslim students being persecuted in Kwara State.

MURIC said that Kwara is a predominantly Muslim State, advising missionary school owners to take their business to Rivers State instead of trying to change the identity of Muslim children by force, adding that Governor Nyesom Wike is waiting with open arms to accept them..

The group was reacting to the hijab imbroglio going on in the State, wherein some public school teachers were said to have forced female Muslim students to remove their hijab within the school premises.

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The development has generated controversy across the State, leading to the closure of ten schools by the State government.

Wading into the matter, MURIC has vowed to take all necessary constitutional measures to stop the oppression of innocent female Muslim pupils across Kwara State.

The position of the Islamic human rights group was contained in a statement issued by its director, Professor Ishaq Akintola.

According to MURIC, “On our own part, we will not allow… evil to prevail in Kwara as they did in some states in the South West on the issue of hijab.

“The authorities of those ten missionary schools should be ashamed of behaving like oppressors and slave masters.

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“Yes. We say it boldly, loudly and clearly. Kwara is a predominantly Muslim state. It is absolutely absurd for any group to think it can subject Muslim children to oppression in such a place. Infra dignitatem.

“Take your missionary schools to Rivers State if you want to change the identity of Muslim children by force. Nyesom Wike is waiting with open arms to accept you.

“Afterwards he has illegally declared his state a Christian state in violation of and to the chagrin of Section 10 of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. But not in Kwara State.”

The group called on Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq to shun all illegal, illegitimate and unconstitutional compromises that could provoke Kwara Muslims in the State.

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The Islamic rights advocacy group said it would not surrender its fight but would take all necessary constitutional actions to ensure that female Muslim students used their hijab.

Source – Daily Post

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