Poised to inculcate tenets of effective waste management into the younger generation, Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), has embarked on an advocacy programme among pupils of primary and secondary schools in the state.
After eight dreary months, Nigerian lecturers who were determined to revamp the Nigerian university system have been forced back into their laboratories and classrooms, there to teach their bemused students who have surely forgotten all the lessons they had learned over the last year and more.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities is set to embark on a one-day nationwide protest rally over the implementation by the Federal Government of a “no-work, no-pay” policy for lecturers in the country.
Lagos State First Lady, Dr. (Mrs.) Claudiana Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu has hosted children participants at the ongoing week-long National Festival for Arts and Culture (NAFEST), being hosted by the State Government.
Jigawa Governor Mohammed Badaru has said the 36 Governors were working with the Federal Government to pay the salary arrears of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Members of the National Executive Council of the Academic Staff Union of Universities will on Monday hold a crucial meeting to decide on whether to go on a fresh strike or not.
Lecturers and senior members of ASUU, have revealed that the Federal Government only paid lecturers under the aegis of the Academic Staff Union of Universities for 18 working days in the month of October.
The Lagos State Education District IV has held its 18th Annual Merit Award ceremony to recognise and reward outstanding teachers as well as with a charge to rededicate to duties.