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Professor Is-haq Oloyede, the Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (), has called on the Federal Government to place an embargo on the establishment of new .

Oloyede stated this during the 4th convocation lecture of Federal , Dutse, Jigawa state this weekend.

The Registrar, in the board’s Weekly Bulletin released by JAMB’s Head of Information, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, said efforts should rather be geared towards developing existing universities in the country.

He said: “A situation where universities are only established to massage the ego of rich individuals and politicians is not healthy for educational development of the country as tertiary is too crucial to be reduced to a commercial outfit for an ego-tripping venture.

“Since education is everybody’s , all Nigerians should support the effort towards educational development.”

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Suspension of Lectures: Federal polytechnic Ede resume academic activities

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Suspension of Lectures: Federal polytechnic Ede resume academic activities FPE CONNECT AND UPDATE 20191108 104627

In the struggle of the student union government of the Federal polytechnic to bring a sustainable and lasting solution to the denial of lectures for part time student in the institution, which made the student union government to suspend all academic activities on 6th February, 2020 until the students demand to the management are met, and call the action OPERATION NO LECTURE FOR ONE, NO LECTURE FOR ALL.

The student union has made it known to the student on 14th February, 2020 that their won’t be any deny of lectures for part time student anymore as it has already been resolved by the management as promised, and the academic activities will be fully resume on Monday 17th February, 2020 as earlier assured.

The vice president of the union, Lady Comr. Ayoola Oluwafikayo I. (Lady Fiks) also informed the students of the institution not to worry on the school calendar that it will also be review, and she also made it known to the student that the provision is going on concerning the classes as the new board are in progress which the damaged ones have been replaced and assured the student that the remaining will be fix, and repair will also commence on the damage chairs.

Also, the student union government urge the student of the institution to avoid staying late at night due to the ongoing crisis in the campus environment.

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FPE CRISIS: Student Union Suspends Lectures

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FPE CRISIS: Student Union Suspends Lectures FPE CONNECT AND UPDATE 20191108 104627

The students who were on part-time programmes had arrived the school premises in the early hours of Wednesday 05-02-2020, to protest on the issue of denying the lecturers from teaching them, and the students union deny other students from receiving lectures in the institution.

It would be recalled that the ASUP had declared a suspension of lectures in part-time classes on Jan, 2020.

For more than two weeks, the part-time students have been stranded on/off campus over the suspension of lecturers.

Some of the students who spoke with us displeasure over the suspended lectures, vowed to continue disrupt school activities until the student union make management and lecturers come up with a resolution.

The students union also alleged of extending preferential treatment to the full-time students.

The students complained that low concentration is given to them among their peers by the management and the lecturers.

While expressing their grievances during the protest, the students demanded an immediate resolution to the suspended lectures.

Students claimed the protest became imperative after the management and the lecturers failed to give them what they deserve as students who pay the highest fee in the school.

Students union added that ther will not be any lectures for all students until the management and lecturers yield to their demands.

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