Ex-Corper Creates a Solution to reduce the Spread of Covid-19
In the heat of the Coronavirus epidemic, a former 2019 Batch A corps member whose name is Temitope, who served in Oyo State (Ibadan) has created a beautiful hand-washing facility out of a drum. Just a drum. Read More

2. My NYSC Story and Experience – Dapoking  
Read a short success story and NYSC experience of an ex-Corps Member popularly known as Dapoking. Read More
3. Lockdown ease: ‘Markets, banks to open; no school, clubs’ – Lagos releases guidelines
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has announced new guidelines for easing the COVID-19 lockdown. Read More
4. UNICEF launches Radio, TV learning programme for children in Bauchi
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in collaboration with Bauchi State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), on Wednesday launched Radio and Television learning programmes for school children in the state. Read More
5. IMSU repudiates Cancellation of 2019/2020 Admission Exercise
IMSU Denies Cancellation of 2019/2020 Admission Exercise. If you were admitted in 2019/2020 Session, your admission is secured. Pay no attention to people who fabricates story. You read read the full details below. Read More
6. Kano Govt Seals Off Schools Where Five Almajiri Who Tested Positive In Kaduna Stayed.
The Kano State government has said in its efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus in the state, it has resolved to seal off all the Tsangaya schools where the five Almajiris who tested positive for the disease in Kaduna stayed. Read More
7. Nigerian govt gives further reasons schools won’t reopen now
The Federal Government has reiterated that schools will not open soon, and they have explained why! Read More
8. Group Urges Govt to Reopen Schools
The Equity International Initiative has warned that the current lockdown following the spread of corona virus in Nigeria will pose a great danger to the country’s education and economy if urgent and deliberate steps are not taken to find a solution. Read More
9. COVID-19: 5 UI Professors Recommend Herbal Cure 
Scientists at the University of Ibadan (UI) have recommended a plant called Euphorbia Hirta as a herbal alternative to mitigating some of the diseases associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More
10. Anchor Varsity Commences Online Classes, Students Reacts
The management of Anchor University Lagos (AUL) has approved the commencement of virtual classes for its students as part of efforts to ensure that the global disruption caused by Covid-19 pandemic does not significantly impede its academics. Read More

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