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Approved Undergraduate Degree Programme/Courses For UI 2013/2014 Academic Session

This post is for all prospective students of University of Ibadan, those that may want to study in the university, and all those seeking admission into the undergraduate degree programmes of the University of Ibadan for the 2013/2014 academic session through the UTME Examinations and Direct Entry exercise that the following are the

FG Says "No Work, No Pay" To ASUU

The Federal Government has resolved to stop the salaries of protesting universities lecturers over the ongoing strike of the its Academic body, ASUU.

The decision to invoke the “no work, no pay” rule was said to have been officially taken yesterday, even though some
universities had earlier complained of no salaries since August.

It was gathered that the government has passed a directive to the various universities governing councils to stop payment of salaries of the striking lecturers forthwith.

The ASUU Zonal Chairman in Abuja, Mr Clement Chup confirmed the development yesterday after a zonal conference of ASUU, University of Abuja chapter, which

Electricity Workers Threaten Nationwide Blackout If ASUU Strike Doesn’t End In 7 Days

Labour activist and General Secretary, National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE, Joe Ajaero has given the Federal Government one week to resolve its differences with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) or cripple the country with

ASUU Demanding N3,000,000,000,000 ( N3tn ) From FG

The National President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Dr. Nasir Fagge, has accused the federal government of not telling Nigerians the truth about the demand of the union as regards the government’s statement that the union's demand has been met.
According to Fagge, ASUU had a Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the federal government for it to spend over N3 trillion to turn around the fortune of all federal and state universities and also to better the lot of the educational sector in the country.

“The agreement is for the federal government to spend N800 billion