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Police Spokesperson, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, Slams Rude X User

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Police force spokesperson, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, responded in kind after a user of X (formerly Twitter) was rude to him.

The PRO had shared a tweet days ago reacting to the death of singer Mohbad.

An X user replied in Yoruba, insulting the spokesperson.

Another user then posted to caution the previous user, writing: “Guy.. We all pissed off the way Nigerian police operate , but what you said is to harsh to elder.”

0 a different X user wrote back.

Prince Olumuyiwa reacted to the final post by slamming the poster in Yoruba.

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The force PRO added in another tweet: “It’s fire for fire. He got what he deserves. Thanks.”

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FG Increases Salaries Of Tertiary Institutions’ Workers By 25 Percent

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The Federal Government has increased the salaries for academic and non-academic staff of its tertiary institutions, including universities, polytechnics and colleges of education by 25 per cent.

It confirmed the approval of the new percentage increment in salaries through the National Salaries, Wages and Income Commission (NSWIC).

A letter obtained by The Nation signed by the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of the NSWIC, Ekpo Nta to the Minister of Education on September 14, 2023, with the title: ‘RE: Implementation of the 35% and 23.5% salary increment for staff of tertiary institutions,’ reads: “I refer to your letter No. FME/IS/UNI/ASUU/CII/IIIT2/90 dated 8th September 2023 in respect of the above-subject. Find attached the circulars pertaining to the four salary structures in the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education for your information (attached).

“The 23.5 per cent earlier reflected in our letter SWC/S/04/S.149/I/59 of 28 July 2022 and stated in paragraph 2 of your letter, has been increased to 25 per cent which accounted for the increased cost implications.

“This Commission is really pleased with the success your informal discussions have achieved. We shall endeavour to support all your efforts aimed at repositioning the education sector. Please accept the assurances of my warm regards.”

Another letter from the Office of the Auditor-General of the Federation (OAuGF) dated September 21, 2023 also confirmed the increment.

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The letter which was signed on behalf of the Director of Human Resource of the OAuGF, Ajanaku F.O reads: “I am directed to inform you that the Presidential Committee on Salaries at it’s 13th meeting having taken into consideration the different stages of collective bargaining in various sectors and specifically engagements between the Federal Ministry of Education and Tertiary Institutions-based Unions and consequently the Federal Government’s approval, is hereby conveyed as revised for the following:

“Consolidated Polytechnics and Colleges of Education Salary Structure for Academic Staff of Federal Polytechnics and Colleges of Education with effect from 1st January, 2023.

“Consolidated Tertiary Institutions Salary Structure II for non-Academic Staff of Federal Universities, with effect from 1st January, 2023.

“Consolidated Tertiary Education Institutions Salary Structure for non–Academic Staff of Federal Polytechnics and Colleges of Education, with effect from 1st January, 2023.

“Consolidated University Academic Salary Structure II (CONUASS II) for Academic Staff of Federal University with effect from 1st January, 2023.”

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UNIVERSITY OF JOS (UNIJOS) RELEASES APPROVED UNDERGRADUATE SCHOOL CHARGES, EXTEND PAYMENT DEADLINE DATE

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This is to inform Students of the University of Jos, Parents and members of the public that the University Administration has approved a further revision in the School Charges structure payable by Undergraduate Students of the institution from the 2022/2023 Academic Session. The University Administration approved a reduction in the charges following a meeting with the expanded Students Union Government Executives of the University.

In view of its commitment to carry all stakeholders along following the University’s earlier decision to review its School Charges structure, the University Administration has made additional concessions in response to its engagement with the Students representatives.

UNIJOS revised undergraduate school charges and extension of payment deadline

Some of the key decisions resulting from the interaction between the University Administration and the Students representatives include the following:

1. The main charges for Returning Students who are not offering GST courses have been reduced from N150,000.00 to N95,000.00 while N100,000.00 will be paid by Returning Students offering GST courses.

2. Fresh Students will now pay N130,000.00, down from the initial charge of N180,000.00.

3. Laboratory/Studio/Workshop charges are now set at N25,000.00 for Students who exclusively use these facilities down from N30,000.00.

4. The University Administration has also approved for Instalment payments to be introduced as follows:

– All Returning Students not using laboratory/studio/workshop facilities and not offering GST courses are to pay N95,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N10,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

– All Returning Students not using laboratory/studio/workshop facilities but who offer GST courses are to pay N100,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N10,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

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– All Returning Students without GST courses but who use laboratory/studio/workshop facilities are to pay N95,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N35,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

– All Returning Students who use laboratory/studio/workshop facilities and offer GST courses are to pay N100,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N35,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

– New Students not using laboratory/studio/workshop facilities but who offer GST courses are to pay N130,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N10,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

– New Students who will use laboratory/studio/workshop facilities and who offer GST courses are to pay N130,000.00 as the 1st instalment and N35,000.00 as the 2nd instalment.

5. Similarly, Two percent (2%) of the amount payable by all Students will be dedicated to assisting indigent Students, with 50% being channeled towards providing scholarships for indigent Students and the other 50% to be utilized for the expansion of the University’s Work-Study programme.

6. Spilled over Students (having one Semester left to complete their studies) will be required to pay only 50% of the reviewed charges.

7. The deadline for the registration exercise has been extended by a further 2 weeks. The new deadline is now 8th October, 2023.

8. Two of the Students leaders, the SUG President and 1 nominee of the Hall Governors, will serve as members of the Hostels Maintenance Committee.

In light of the above decisions, the University Administration advises all Students and Parents to take note of the revised charges and adhere to the new payment and registration guidelines. All Students should also note that 1st Semester lectures for the 2022/2023 Academic Session have since commenced.

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Furthermore, the University Administration has approved the re-opening of the Naraguta, Zion, and Postgraduate hostels from Friday, 22nd September, 2023, for Students interested in seeking accommodation on campus. However, Abuja and Village hostels will remain closed until minor repairs are completed.

The University of Jos remains focused on providing an excellent learning experience and supporting its Students in achieving their academic and career goals. The University Administration is, therefore, committed to being transparent and accountable in the management of the University’s resources as it continues to strengthen areas of common interest and deepen partnership with the Students and other stakeholders.

TABLE OF REVIEWED CHARGES FOR 2022/2023 ACADEMIC SESSION

S/NO.

VARIABLES

INTALMENTS

AMOUNT (N)

1.

Returning Students (Without GST/ Lab/Studio/Workshop)

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

    

TOTAL

95,000.00

10,000.00

105,000.00

2.

Returning Students (With GST, without Lab/Studio/Workshop)

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

 

TOTAL

100,000.00

10,000.00

110,000.00

3.

Returning Students (Without GST, with Lab/Studio/Workshop

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

 

TOTAL

95,000.00

35,000.00

130,000.00

4.

Returning Students (With GST/Lab/Studio/Workshop

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

 

TOTAL

100,000.00

35,000.00

135,000.00

5.

New Students (With GST and Without Lab/Studio/Workshop

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

 

TOTAL

130,000.00 

10,000.00

140,000.00

6.

New Students (With GST/Lab/Studio/Workshop

  1. First Installment
  2. Second Instalment

 

TOTAL

130,000.00

35,000.00

165,000.00

 

 

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UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS (UNILAG) EXTENDS DIRECT ENTRY REGISTRATION DEADLINE

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The 2023/2024 Direct Entry online registration exercise earlier scheduled to end on Friday, September 22, 2023, has been extended to Friday, September 29, 2023.

For further clarifications, send an email to admissions@unilag.edu.ng and/or call the following phone numbers: 09053006772, 08027953216, and 08141656802

UNILAG extends direct entry online registration exercise, 2023/2024

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