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ANA Partners NTA to Promote Reading Culture in Taraba.

The Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA) Taraba State branch yesterday began partnership with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Jalingo to help revive  reading and writing culture in the State. Speaking during a courtesy call on …

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Taraba Candidates Lament Delay in UTME Registration.

 By Nick Dugba. Since last week banks along the busy Hamaruwa Way within Jalingo metropolis, have witnessed a large number of young men and women who have been queueing to obtain the UTME pin number …

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Taraba Govt. And Teachers Reach Common Ground

From Nick Dugba A resolution was reached between Government and protesting teachers today over unpaid salaries and all parties left satisfied. At the Governor’s office, on hand to receive officials of the NUT, was Secretary …

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TY Danjuma Gives Condition For Acquisition of Kwararafa University

From Nick Dugba, in Wukari A former Chief of Army staff and the Abonta of Kwararafa Kingdom, Gen. Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma has stated that he wants to know the terms for acquiring the Kwararafa University …

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NEWSFLASH: Taraba NUT Disassociate Self from Protest

The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), Taraba state has just disassociated itself from the ongoing protest purportedly by teachers in Jalingo. A source told Taravoices that the gathering is probably an assemblage of hoodlums funded …

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Bwacha Wants Improvement in Nigeria’s Educational Standard.

Senator Emmanuel Bwacha representing Taraba South in the National Assembly has called for urgent action from stakeholders in the educational sector to halt the falling standard of education in the Country. Bwacha who is the …

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Atiku Commissions Peacock College of Education, Extols Importance of Education.

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar on Saturday commissioned the first private College of Education in Taraba, noting that educational development remained the most important aspect of human development. Atiku speaking shortly before cutting the commissioning …

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The Impact of Ghost Workers on Genuine Teachers.

    By Tanko Bobbo. I bleed for my State, while contemplating the future of Primary School Teachers. Today while searching for 50 skilled labourers for my dry season rice farm in one of the Villages …

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Federal Government Overseas Scholarship for Nigerian BSc, MSc and PhD (BEA) Students, 2017

Deadline: 2017 The Federal Scholarship Board by the Federal Ministry of Education of Nigeria is now offering the 2017/2018 Bilateral Educational Agreement (BEA) Scholarship Awards for Undergraduate, Masters and PhD students to study overseas. Application Deadline: The …

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Atiku: A hero in More Ways than One

1.Atiku: A hero in More Ways than One. 2.Nigeria’s Unity Schools hold AGM November 26. 3.Over 50% registered companies evade education tax – TETFund. 4.FG’s 500000 jobs initiative. 5.Are you a School Owner in Nigeria? …

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