Authorities of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, have expelled about 29 students of the Institution for alleged examination malpractices, DAILY POST reports.
The offence, according to the Management of the Institution, contravened the matriculation oath sworn to by the affected students.
A statement by the management recalled the involvement and trial of the affected students in the case of alleged examination malpractice levelled against them.
DAILY POST gathered that the Polytechnic Governing Council consequently considered the report of the Academic Board in respect of the case and approved their immediate expulsion from the institution.
“Your expulsion is in line with the provision of the reviewed student’s information and regulations handbook 2019.
” You, therefore, cease to be students of the Polytechnic and you should hand over all Polytechnic’s properties in your possession to your Head of Department, or the appropriate Polytechnic authorities,” the statement added.
The management advised the affected students to comply strictly with the directive to avoid litigation.
EPL: Why Ralf Rangnick may not take charge of Man Utd against Arsenal
Manchester United’s new interim manager, Ralf Rangnick, might not take charge of the team when they host Arsenal in the Premier League this Thursday.
The German was officially confirmed in the role on Monday afternoon.
However, he will only be able to work in England, when his British work permit is finalized.
Rangnick has previously managed Hannover, Schalke, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga.
The 63-year-old replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was sacked after a 4-1 defeat at Watford on November 20.
Former midfielder, Michael Carrick, will remain as caretaker manager until Rangnick’s work visa is completed.
Carrick has been in charge for the 2-0 win at Villarreal to secure a place in the Champions League knockout rounds and the 1-1 draw at Chelsea on Sunday.
Taraba NUT crisis: New faction supported by govt emerge
The wrangling in the Taraba State chapter of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) has taken a different dimension as the union has been factionalized into two groups.
This comes after the union’s election which took place in Donga local government council of the state.
The new group, reportedly backed by the government, has been named the Association of Basic Education Teachers.
The faction was said to have been gifted an 18-seater bus and a Hilux van.
The refusal of the union members to allow the government to impose on them an unpopular candidate as the chairman of the union was said to have led to the emergence of the new group.
Speaking, the union’s newly elected chairman, Comrade Nathan Solomon accused the state government of causing division in the union.
He alleged that the state government encouraged the breakaway in the union by supporting those who lost the election to form a parallel body.
Stressing how the election, in which he was elected along with his new exco, was free and fair with representatives of the National President of the union in attendance, he expressed sadness at the way and manner the government had gone ahead to create division among the members by sponsoring the creation of another body.
“The election held in Donga was free and fair and supervised by a representative of the National President of the union, representative of the Nigeria Labour Congress and state government were also present,” he said.
Solomon, who said the new leadership of the union led by him will never be in confrontation with the government over issues affecting its members, however, vowed to tread the path of dialogue.
The chairman, who noted that the new exco of the union has the support of all members in the 16 local government councils of the state, expressed sadness at the involvement of the police whom he also accused of allowing themselves to be used by the state government in issue bordering on labour dispute.
The Chairman of the factional group, Comrade Asoushi Bulus, who described NUT as a union of “unscrupulous elements that were out to discredit Governor Darius Ishaku and his administration” reiterated the determination and readiness of the new association to be loyal to the government.
The new group under his leadership, he vowed “will never be a party to incite the Teachers and teaming population against the state government.”
Aligning its weight to that of the new association, the state government through the State Universal Basic Education Board (TSUBEB), expressed sadness over the alleged inability of the NUT “to reciprocate the gestures of the Board and that of the government ” adding that “but went ahead to disrespect the board and teachers from the state. ”
The board who spoke through its chairman, Yakubu Agbaizo, while inaugurating the leadership of the new association, charged the new leadership of the association whom he said the government would work with to go ahead and mobilize the teachers in doing the right thing
Cadbury’s top officials mentor five young graduates in Clorets Mentorship Programme
Clorets, in collaboration with Jobberman Nigeria, rolled out a three-month mentorship programme for undergraduates, fresh graduates and young professionals to showcase the importance of mentorship and guide aspiring professionals in their respective career paths.
Caption1 :L-R: Esther Okonmah, Deborah Ajayi, Temi Pikuda, Justice Ukpong, and Rosemary Meziem.
The Mentorship Programme was divided into five categories – Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, Manufacturing, and Sales. To give consumers an equal opportunity for mentorship, Clorets announced the programme across its social media pages and shortlisted the top 100 candidates. These candidates were offered Soft Skill Training from Jobberman Nigeria. Jobberman Nigeria accessed the top 100 candidates and the best results were finalists.
The Finalists were interviewed virtually by Dr Dipo Awojide and Jobberman Nigeria; the recommended candidates were selected as Mentees. After three months of mentorship, the lives of these young professionals have been transformed. The Sales Mentee, Rosemary Meziem has transitioned from Sales to Finance through the guidance of her Mentor. Deborah Ajayi, HR Mentee, landed a job as an HR Executive.
Caption2 L-R: Temi Pikuda, Manufacturing Mentee; Justice Ukpong, Finance Mentee; Rosemary Meziem, Sales Mentee; Esther Okonmah, Marketing Mentee; and Deborah Ajayi, HR Mentee.
Although the Clorets Mentorship Programme has ended, the mentees will continue to build a long term relationship with their Mentors – Wole Odubayo, HR Director, Cadbury West Africa; Ologe Ogaga, Finance Director, Cadbury West Africa; Tolu Olaoye, Category Manager, Cocoa Beverages, Cadbury West Africa; Peter Ajakaiye, Plant Director, Cadbury West Africa; and Samuel Asare, Category Planning & Activation, Cadbury West Africa. The mentees were also rewarded with laptops and outfits for their next interview.
Clorets is a chewing gum brand that contains Actizol and Chlorophyll which helps eliminate bad breath. To stay updated on more sensational opportunities by Clorets, do follow us on Instagram @cloretsnigeria and Facebook at “Clorets Nigeria”.
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