Nigeria’s Leaders must learn from Squirrels —AAUA Don

Nigeria’s Leaders must learn from Squirrels —AAUA Don

Nigerian leaders have been advised to take a leaf from the selfless and prosocial behaviours of squirrel creature in order to build a buoyant nation capable of bestowing a blossom feature for the younger and unborn generations.A Professor of Psychology, Olukayode Afolabi of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, gave the advice, on Tuesday, while delivering the Institution’s 15th Inaugural Lecture, entitled, “Burying Nuts: A Psychosocial Activity of the Squirrel in an Individualized World”.Prof….

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FUTA defends Suspension of Six Students

FUTA defends Suspension of Six Students

FUTA Wields the Big Stick Against Students Involved in Bullying, Bars Them from University Following the ugly incidence of bullying of a female student by some students’ and as a result of preliminary investigation the following students have been placed on indefinite suspension with effect from 17/11/19. 1. Popoola Olaniyi Agboola IDD/ (300L) 2. Oluwadare Faith Tobiloba FST ( 200L) 3. Nandi Yohanna Jessica IPE/ ( 200L) 4. Ajuwon Tolani Emmanuella FAT/ (100L) 5. Emmanuel…

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BREAKING: FUTA suspends Students for Beating Schoolmate to Coma

BREAKING: FUTA suspends Students for Beating Schoolmate to Coma

Six students of the Federal University of Technology Akure, (FUTA) have beaten and injuring one of their female Schoolmates to a state of coma and striping her naked. SUNSHINETRUTH gathered that the four students allegedly molested the victims for an alleged name calling and for calling them prostitutes. Meanwhile, the school has suspended the students. FUTA SUSPENDS STUDENTS INVOLVED IN BULLYING MATE OFF CAMPUS, PROMISES STIFF SANCTIONS The Federal University of Technology Akure, FUTA has…

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Afe Babalola University, ABUAD Holds Annual PTCF Meeting Nov 22

Afe Babalola University, ABUAD Holds Annual PTCF Meeting Nov 22

Members of the Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD Parents/Teachers’ Consultative Forum (PTCF) will on Friday 22nd November, 2019 hold their Annual General Meeting, AGM. The Chairman, ABUAD Parents/Teachers’ Consultative Forum, Professor Adekunle Alalade, said the meeting will take place at the ABUAD PTCF Amphi-Theatre, Ado-Ekiti, by 11:00am prompt. “To this effect, this is to invite all parents, lecturers and other key Stakeholders to the Annual General Meeting of the Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD Parents/Teachers’…

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Our Expectations from Okada Riders, NURTW for Corps Members —Ondo NYSC

Our Expectations from Okada Riders, NURTW for Corps Members —Ondo NYSC

PRESS RELEASE ONDO TO HOST 2250 PROSPECTIVE CORPS MEMBERS The Ondo State Coordinator, Mrs. Grace Akpabio has disclosed that no fewer than 2250 prospective corps members will participate in the 2019 Batch ‘C’ (Stream 1) orientation course in the state. The State Coordinator confirmed the readiness of the management to host the particpants at the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Ikare-Akoko for the induction training. According to the NYSC boss, collaborating agencies have been adequately briefed…

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REVEALED: How MD of FG’s EMDI, Akure, Dr Olugbenga Olusunle allegedly Misappropriated #2Billion

REVEALED: How MD of FG’s EMDI, Akure, Dr Olugbenga Olusunle allegedly Misappropriated #2Billion

By: Oluwatosin Adesola Concerned Staff of the federal government-owned Engineering Materials Development Institute (EMDI), Akure, the Ondo state capital have raised the alarm that the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the institute, Dr Olugbenga Samuel Olusunle of allegedly diverting funds totalling about #2billion In a petition signed on behalf of the workers by one, Wale Morakinyo and obtained by SUNSHINETRUTH, the concerned Staff said Olusunle allegedly diverted funds allocated to the institute by the federal…

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Despite Free Education, Ondo College forces Student to Dropout over #82,000 Tuition

Despite Free Education, Ondo College forces Student to Dropout over #82,000 Tuition

By: Oluwatosin Adesola A final year Student, Ayodele Olowu has been forced to dropout of Ondo state Government Technical College, Idanre as a result of his parents’ failure to pay his school fee of eighty-two thousand naira (#82,000). SUNSHINETRUTH gathered that the parents of Ayodele who is studying “Welding & Fabrication”, could not afford the fee. The father is a driver while Ayodele’s mother is a petty trader. The school’s authorities allegedly prevented Ayodele from…

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FG’s IPPIS promotes Corruption, EFCC must act —ASUU

FG’s IPPIS promotes Corruption, EFCC must act —ASUU

By: Ade Adeleke Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU) on Friday described a corruption platform, the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information Systems (IPPIS), calling on the anti-graft agency, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate alleged mismanagement of N273billion saved from IPPIS platform. The Union said the platform had been turned to “food for the boys” by some public office holders, insisting that the integrated system had been shielding and encouraging corruption. ASUU coordinator…

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Alleged Cert Forgery: NUJ President, Isiguzo is our Graduate —Oko Federal Poly

Alleged Cert Forgery: NUJ President, Isiguzo is our Graduate —Oko Federal Poly

By: Ade Adeleke The Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra state has dismissed and laid to rest insinuation that Comrade Chris Isiguzo, the incumbent National President of Nigeria Union of Journalists, (NUJ), allegedly involved in certificate forgery, noting that he actually graduated from the institution. The development followed a suit instituted against his election that he submitted fake certificate to clinch the NUJ Presidency in an election conducted one year ago in Abeokuta, Ogun state. The Polytechnic…

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Student Risks Blindness after Teacher’s Flogging

Student Risks Blindness after Teacher’s Flogging

By: SUNSHINETRUTH Daniel Agboola, a Senior Secondary School (SS2) student of Camp David Group of Schools in Ogba, Lagos State, who claimed his teacher Mr. Oludare Olaleye damaged his right eye while flogging him on March 29, may lose his sight if help is not found quickly. The Nation gathered that after the flogging he developed cataract and glaucoma. He had a cataract operation on May 28 at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH),…

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