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    I Don’t Encourage Coup Plotting In Turkey – Gülen

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    Amid another rumoured coup attempt in Turkey, prominent Islamic scholar Fethullah Gülen has said that as a victim of four military coups in the past, democracy cannot be achieved or protected through military interventions. Gülen is an Islamic scholar, preacher and social advocate, whose decades‐long commitment to education, interfaith dialogue and altruism has inspired millions…

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    Nigerian Mother Seeks Financial Help To Fight Cancer

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    Theresa Amadi-Obi, mother with two kids is soliciting the financial help of good spirited Nigerians to enable her win a battle against cancer. Currently undergoing chemotherapy in Houston, United States, she says cost of treatment has drained her family resources but wishes to stay alive through collective goodwill of humanity. A website has been created…

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  • Abuja DISCO Suspends Payment For Prepaid Meters

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    The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has announced that it would  no longer charge its customers for installation of the prepaid meters with immediate effect. AEDC said this was in compliance to the directive by the National Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) on Accredited Advance Payment for Metering Implementation (CAPMI) but fixed a winding down date…

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    How To Tackle Students Unrest In Nigerian Universities

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    The management has become far too remote from the daily experience of talk and debate in Nigerian tertiary institutions. In this piece, VICTOR OKEKE writes on the need for university authorities to engage students in open communication as panacea for revolts. From the University of Ibadan and that of Lagos both in the south west…

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  • UNN Imposes N10,000 Reparation Fee On Protesting Students

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    The University of Nigeria, Nsukka has levied a ten thousand naira reparation fee to students of its Enugu campus in a planned resumption of academic activities on August 8. The Enugu campus was shut-down on June 14, 2016 after students had protested poor electricity and Internet services. According to the schools new registrar, Barrister Chris…

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    UNN Shuts Down Over Students’ Violent Protest

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    The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) has directed an immediate closure of its Enugu Campus following yesterday’s violent protest by students of the university. In a statement, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Professor Smart Uchegbu said in light of the violent protest and monumental destruction of properties on 13th June, 2016, the…

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    UNN Shuts Down Following Students’ Violent Protest, Suspends SUG

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    The University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) directed an immediate closure of its Enugu Campus following yesterday’s violent protest by students of the university. In a statement Tuesday, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus, Professor Smart Uchegbu said in light of the violent protest and monumental destruction of properties on 13th June, 2016, the…

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    PROTEST: UNN Students Protest Over Epileptic Power Supply

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    The Student Union Government of the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus (UNEC) on Monday effected its directive to students to stay away from lectures to protest months of near absence of electric power supply in the university. This coming as the students prepares for the 2015/2016 second semester academic session examinations. LEADERSHIP correspondent reports that…

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    BREAKING: UNN Students Boycott Lectures, Ground School Activities To Protest Months Of Epileptic Power Supply

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    The Student Union Government of the University of Nigeria Enugu Campus (UNEC) on Monday effected its directive to students to stay away from lectures to protest months of near absence of electric power supply in the university. This coming as the students prepares for the 2015/2016 second semester academic session examinations. LEADERSHIP correspondent reports that…

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