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The Nigerian Army on Monday released its list of shortlisted candidates for the 2019 recruitment for the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) and the Short Service Commission (SSC).

The recruitment started late 2018 with thousands of persons applying to join the security agency.

Major General Faruk Yahaya, Military Secretary (Army), who signed the release, also gave instructions on what successful candidates should do.

He said they are to report at NASI Jaji – Kaduna on Thursday, January 31 with the following:

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a. Original credentials including online print out that bears their passport photograph;

b. Four by 5 x 7 coloured photograph in suit and in full standing position without cap/hat;

c. Two pairs of white (unmarked) round neck vests/navy blue shorts (without stripes);

d. Two pairs of pure white canvas/trainers (rubber type NOT acceptable);

e. Two pairs of maroon-red (unmarked) round neck vests and navy blue track down
(without stripes);

f. Two white bed sheets/pillow cases;

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g. One blanket (grey or army green colour);

h. A set of cutlery;

i. National dress or suit and casual wears;

j. Serving soldiers are to come along with release letters and passes from their
commanders/commanding officers.

The statements added that candidates who fail to report on the stated date will forfeit their positions.

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#EndSARS: NECO postpones examination

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The National Examination Council (NECO) has announced the reschedule of Paper I Computer Studies Practicals which was to take place on Monday 19 October 2020 to November 16 2020.

This was made known in a statement by the Head, Information and Public Relations Division, NECO, Azeez Sani.

Sani said the paper was rescheduled because of the End SARS protests that blocked the free movement of transport at the entrance gate into Benin City, the Edo state capital.

He further stated that the NECO delivery truck left its take-off point two days earlier to deliver examination materials to some states but has been held up in the ‘blockage.

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“This is to inform the general public and especially candidates that the National Examinations Council (NECO) has been constrained to reschedule the Paper I Computer Studies Practical’s earlier scheduled to take place on Monday 19 October 2020, 10 am to 1 pm.

“The examination of this paper will now hold on Monday 16 November 2020, 10 am-1 pm.

​”This unforeseen incident has been caused by the End SARS protest that blocked the free movement of transport at the City entrance gate Benin.

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“The Council wishes to assure all stakeholders and the general public that the affected examination materials have been retrieved intact and are in the custody of NECO’s vault.

​”While regretting any inconveniences this rescheduling may cause our esteemed stakeholders, the Council has however taken this decision in order to maintain the integrity and security of its examinations procedures for seamless conduct of the Council’s examination.”

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We Have Not Suspended Strike — ASUU

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CONTRARY to the news going around the towns that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has suspended its seven-month-old ongoing strike, the union has refuted the claim, saying it is a blatant falsehood. The union said its negotiations with the federal government officials over all their differences with a view to finding a workable solution for normalcy to return to the nation’s public university were still ongoing in Abuja, the federal capital territory.

In addition, the union said reports on social media platforms that the Federal Government had released N30 billion for  Earned Academic Allowance (EAA) is not also true and therefore should be disregarded by the public. The Lagos zonal coordinator of ASUU, who is a lecturer at the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Profesor Olusiji  Sowande, told Saturday Tribune in an exclusive interview on Friday evening that he was not aware of such strike suspension, noting that suspension or calling off of industrial action by ASUU had a procedure.

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Explaining the procedures also in a separate interview with Saturday Tribune, the chairman of ASUU at University of  Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Dr Dele Ashiru, said it was only the National We have not suspended strike —ASUU Executive  Council (NEC) of the union that had the constitutional power to suspend or call off the strike which must also be subjected to the congress.

 

According to him, the ASUU president had no unilateral power to suspend or call off the strike as the occupier of the office was not the one (but the congress) that declared the strike in the first instance.

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“So, ASUU is not Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) that goes to meetings and takes decisions that concern all members right at the venue of the meeting without tabling such before the NEC, let alone the congress, “ he stressed. Ashiru explained further that whatever the Federal Government put on the negotiation table with ASUU representatives at the meeting would still be referred to the congress of the various branches before the final decision would be taken.

He said the N30 billion that the federal government said it would pay as earned allowances was a promise due for payment next January.

He said government and the society were not being fair to the lecturers, saying “no professor in Nigeria earns up to  500,000 as salary monthly while a political office holder earns as much as over N10 million monthly.

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“So, ASUU strike is still solidly ongoing,” he stressed.

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