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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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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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BREAKING: Northwest states to close schools for 30 days over Coronavirus

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Following the widespread of coronavirus across the globe, Northwest Zone Governors Forum in Kaduna State has resolved to close down schools in their states for 30 days.

In a communiqué read by the Chairman of the Forum and Katsina State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari, after a closed-door meeting with security chiefs at Sir Kashim Ibrahim House, to review security strategies and fight against banditry, he said the decision to close down the schools became imperative, to prevent the spread of COVID 19 disease across the northwest.

This development came following the report of suspected case of coronavirus in Katsina State.

Governor Masari explained that the closure would take effect from Monday, March 23m 2020.

He said the governors would meet with examination boards to discuss the school’s closure.

They also advised the general public to avoid unnecessary gatherings, urging them to maintain good respiratory hygiene.

Present at the meeting were the governors of Katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto, Jigawa, Kebbi, Kaduna, and Niger States, while Kano deputy governor Nasiru Gawuna represented governor Umar Ganduje.

Also among the states to implement the closure was Kwara State, whose governor was absent at the meeting.

The governors received briefings from heads of security agencies, at the meeting which had in attendance Major-General A. Agundu (Commander, Operation Safe Haven), Major-Gen. F.I. Yahaya, GOC 1 Division, AVM, M.I. Mukhtar (AOC Air Training Command), Rear Admiral T. Pani (Commandant, Nigerian Navy School of Armaments) and other senior military officers.

Commissioners of Police and State Directors of the DSS from the concerned states also attended the meeting.

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2020 UTME: How to check JAMB result

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the results of candidates who sat for the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

The 2020 UTME commenced nationwide on Saturday, March 14.

A total of 312, 000 candidates on Saturday sat for the examination in various centres across the country.

This was made known by JAMB Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin.

Benjamin said the board has worked assiduously to ensure that this year’s examination process will be one of the best ever conducted in recent times.

We brings to you some of the procedures you required to check your result.

Step 1. Go to JAMB UTME e-Registration Portal here: http://www.jamb.org.ng/eFacility

Step 2. When the page loads up, login with your Reg Number/e-Mail
and click on the box” Check my results”

Step 3. Your score will be displayed on your computer screen or it will display “You Do Not Have Any Result Yet”.

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