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A Magistrates’ Court sitting in Osogbo, the capital on Thursday, remanded three people for allegedly involving in malpractice during West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate (WASSCE).

The defendants were; Taofeek Badmus Busari, Adeyinka Afolabi Adeoye and Sulaiman Isah.

According to the charge sheet, the defendants, and many others presently at large were said to have committed the alleged offense on 17th September, during WASSCE examination by licking exams questions to candidates through online platforms, thereby aided cheating as well as causing disorderliness.

It stated that the offence was contrary to and punishable under section 1( d) and punishable under section 1 (2) (c) of the examination malpractice Act .1999.

The trio, however, pleaded not guilty to the four -count charge, bordering on conspiracy, breach of peace and examination malpractice leveled against them, as defence counsels, Kehinde Ajibola, Dolapo Awoyemi and Temitope Ayodele, jointly applied for bail for the defendants in the most liberal and affordable terms.

Meanwhile, the Department of State Security(DSS) prosecutor, opposed the bail application by urging the court to remand the accused persons for the purpose of concluding investigation.

The Magistrate, Mrs Adijat Oloyede, therefore, ordered that the defendants should be remanded at correctional centre .

The case was then adjourned till January 9, 2020 for hearing.


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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POP: Corps members to collect certificates at LGAs




POP: Corps members to collect certificates at LGAs National Youth Service Corps NYSC

The National Youth Service Corps has directed qualified Batch “B” Stream 1 corps members passing out on Thursday to collect their National Service certificates at the Local Government level.

According to the scheme, NYSC Officers have been mobilised for the distribution and shall do so from ten service points in each of the Local Government Councils.

It explained that as a precautionary measure, the distribution shall be staggered for a period of ten days in the first instance, in order to remove anxiety from the concerned corps members.

The NYSC noted that the event slated for May 28 would not be marked with ceremonial parades due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In a statement on Monday by its Director, Press and Public Relations, Mrs. Adenike Adeyemi, the NYSC urged the passing out members to observe strict discipline, orderliness, social distancing, use of facemask, hand sanitiser and proper washing of hands during the event.

“A full complement of NYSC Officers have been mobilised for the distribution and shall do so from ten service points in each of the Local Government Councils.

“As a precautionary measure, the distribution shall be staggered for a period of ten days in the first instance, in order to remove anxiety from the concerned corps members, in addition to making the activity seamless and less cumbersome,” the statement said.

The statement advised members, who at present are not in their states of service, to wait till the ban on inter-state journeys was lifted before travelling to collect their certificates.

The Federal Government had in March ordered all corpers in the country to return home as part of measures to curb the spread of the virus.

“It is imperative to state that corps members who at present are not in their states of service need not violate the ban on inter-state journeys which is still in force.

“However, as soon as the ban is lifted and it is safe to travel, they are expected to go to their respective States of service to collect their CNS.

“Kindly note that unclaimed certificates shall be returned to the NYSC National Directorate Headquarters, Abuja two weeks after the lifting of inter-state travel ban.

“Please, always stay in touch with our social media platforms, as well as the mainstream media for further information,” the statement added.

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COVID-19: House of Reps want fumigation of schools before re-opening




House of Representatives Committee on Basic Education and Services has advised the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, to direct the management of all public and private schools across the country to fumigate schools before re-opening.

It made the call in a letter addressed to the Minister signed by Chairman of the Committee, Professor Julius Ihonvbere, dated May 20, 2020 with reference number NASS/9HR/CT.015/90.

The committee called for the incorporation of the resolutions reached into re-opening plans of the Minister to prevent pupils/students from being infected with the COVID-19 virus.

It also advised that all public and private schools should sensitize their pupils/students adequately on the dangers of COVID-19 and its attendant consequences and possible ways of protecting themselves from being infected.

“Disinfection of shoes and feet should be strongly encouraged for each classroom as done in poultry pens with appropriate non- corrosive solution.

“Emphasis should be placed on the minimum number of pupils/students in a class in strict adherence to social distancing procedure/ prescriptions.

“Procurement of infrared thermometers, face masks and hand sanitizers for pupils and teachers use before entering school.

“Special efforts should be made through existing structures to monitor full compliance with school reopening protocols and produce bi – weekly report on those in charge should be required…,” the committee added.

It commended the Minister for introducing online teaching which, it said, has impacted positively on learning during the lockdown.

It, however, stated that students in the rural areas were left out due to lack of electricity and internet facilities.

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