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Ex Int’l Boxer Warns FG On the Dangers Of Not Reopening Schools On 18th

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Nigeria ex international boxer Mazi Comr Ikechukwu Okoronkwo Advise President Buhari GCFR and PTF on Covid 19 not to interrupt School reopening on 18/01/2021 or any Sports activities.

Considering that the Negative impact of closure of school and Sports activities in Nigeria outweigh the positive impact.

There are many factors and circumstances created by lockdown of Nigerians in 2020 that are more deadly and dangerous than Covid 19 Virus.

Opinion pull shown that the Presidency or PTF on Covid 19 should concentrate on the cure or positive Vaccination for those who cares.

In view of the above Sports ambassador” Boxing” Mazi Comr Ikechukwu Okoronkwo warn the presidency/PTF against danger of further lockdown of Nigeria School or Sports because it will create Youth restiveness

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That will be fetal to our Government,Unity and democracy.

It is clear that 2020 closure of sports and Schools activities contributed to fueling of ENDSAR Protest.

Because hungry can triggered Anger and Fight for Right.

It is glaring that Nigerians have not recovered from the ENDSARS PROTEST consequences.

Mazi Comr Ikechukwu Okoronkwo is of the opinion that Government should not go on the direction of lockdown.

That Federal and some of State Schools should continue their reopening on 18/01/2021 for the interest of Nigeria Unity and Democracy.

Even though some of lazy workers wishes to cover up with the fear of COVID 19.because they are sure of their Salary.

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Without considering those that are not civil servants.

It will be right for the state governors to adopt comfortable strategy according to unique and Culture of its people to overcome the war against Covid 19 and it lockdown.

Political parties or Governors from different parties should show their own creativity in term of crisis management and should not adopt uniform strategy in lockdown.
Nigeria is in the Hands of God

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New Retirement Age For Teachers Approved By FEC

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The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved a bill extending the retirement age for teachers in the country from 60 years to 65 years.

The FEC, during its first meeting of the year 2021, presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, on Wednesday, approved the bill; Harmonized Retirement Age for Teachers Bill, 2021, to be sent to the National Assembly for its consideration and possible approval.

The bill also seeks to give legal backing to new measures by the current administration to enhance the teaching profession in the country.

If approved by the lawmakers, the retirement age of teachers will move from 60 years to 65 while the years of service will also move from 35 to 40.

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Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, who disclosed this to correspondents at the end of the council meeting, said some highlights of the bill include the introduction of bursary award, special rural posting allowances and other measures to attract the best brains to the profession.

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UNIZIK Medical Graduate Gets 12 Awards At Induction

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Winifred Ugochinyere Hyacinth, a graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, UNIZIK, bagged multiple awards at the induction ceremony of medical graduates into the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria, IgbereTV reports.

Dr. Winifred won 12 out of the 14 awards including the award for best student in 2nd, 3rd,4th and 5th MBBS. She also emerged the overall best graduating student.

Other awards include Prof. Emele prize for best student in Pathology, Prof. Joseph Ikechebelu prize for best student in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Dr. Dozie Ikedife medal for the overall best student, Dr. Echee Adinma prize for best student in Community Medicine, and best female student, Prof. Emejulu prize for the best student in Surgery, among others.

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Winifred took to Twitter on Monday, January 18, to share how she made her mother proud with the feat.

She wrote:

“Made my momma so proud she cried!
Mission accomplished”

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Sanwo-Olu: Decision To Open Schools Is Not “Cast In Stone”, Reviews Continue

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Governor of Lagos State, Mr Sanwo-olu gives updates on the situation in the State especially on the 2nd Wave, this is the first Covid19 address for the Year 2021.

SCHOOLS : Governor Sanwo-olu says the decision to open schools was a very difficult one and that the office of the office of quality assurance in the Ministry of Education will continue to monitor the situation for the long term development pupils.

SHOCKING STATS ON SCHOOLS: Governor Sanwo-olu says from the First Wave till now when schools were closed at first .. 24,000 children have not come back to to school in Lagos State.. says decision is also not cast in stone and reviews continue.

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OXYGEN UPDATE: Governor Sanwo-olu says [b]a new oxygen plant will be in LASUTH Ikeja which will produce 200 cylinders per day and another one at Gbagada General Hospital which has the same capacity as the one in Yaba IDH.

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