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Hold FG Responsible for Strike, says ASUU

  1. Hold FG responsible for strike, says ASUU.
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  10. Local govt’s should key into education.
  11. Kano seeks pact with Spain on education.
  12. Nigeria Tops Foreign Students’ List In US.
  13. NBC donates classroom block to school.
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  17. ZODML urges proliferation of libraries.
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  26. 17 bag first class at Lead City varsity.
  27. Only a decisive government can defeat Boko Haram, says Atiku.
  28. AKWAPOLY students protest against fee hike.
  29. Fed Govt approves funds for rebuilding of UNIJOS library.
  30. Adamu challenges tertiary institutions to address structural.
  31. A tribute to Olujimi Jolaoso OFR (1925-2016).
  32. United States Signs MOU to Support Primary Education in Sokoto.
  33. Cross River SUBEB chair denies report on contracts.
  34. Senate wades into crisis between ASUU, FG.
  35. McPherson varsity rolls out pioneer students.
  36. 500 kids for basketball clinic.
  37. Knocks, kudos on establishment of more universities.
  38. Women in northern Nigeria are having more children than they want to.
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  49. World Bank Commits $600m To Agriculture, Livestock In Nigeria.
  50. Denmark to boost Nigeria’s milk production.
  51. Stakeholders seek alliance with dairy farmers to boost output.
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  54. Abia farmers cooperative floats N500m share for subscription.
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  65. BOI, House Of Oduduwa Sign 1bln Naira Loan Agreement To Aid.
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  69. Academy declares GMOs beneficial for consumption.
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  71. FUNAAB workers protest sack of 26 by Governing Council.
  72. Kogi to plant 21000-hectare cassava farms in 2017.
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