Â The Joint Consultative and Negotiating Council (JCNC), Ministry of Aviation has urged the Aviation Minister, Mr Osita Chidoka, to collaborate with the sectorâ€™s workers for its progress. The Chairman of the Council, Mr Hector Nnadi, made the call in anÂ interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja . Nnadi said the collaborationÂ Read MoreThe post Council calls for Aviation Minister, workers collaboration appeared first on The Sun News.
(LOS ANGELES/CALIFORNIA, U.S) Robin Williams, the versatile actor whose madcap comic style made him one of television and film’s biggest stars, was found dead on Monday from an apparent suicide at his home in Northern California. He was 63. The comedian’s appeal stretched across generations and genres, from family fare as the voice of Disney’sRead MoreThe post Comic virtuoso Robin Williams dead at 63 from apparent suicide appeared first on The Sun News.
The Vice Chancellor, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Prof Bamitale Omole has described e-learning as the future of education, stressing that learning has left the traditional four walls of the university.The post E-learning is the way to future â€“ OAU VC appeared first on The Sun News.
Diligence was rewarded at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) recently when International University, New World Mission Dunamis, located in United Kingdom, United States of America, India and South Africa, conferred honourary degrees on distinguished Nigerians for raising the bar of excellence in their professional careers.
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When the buses that conveyed second year medical and dental students of the University Of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) arrived at the assembly ground of Ediaken Primary School in Benin city, the environment was calm. As soon as the students, dressed in white ward coat alighted from the buses, apprehension was visible on the faces of the pupils.The post UNIBEN medical students take health campaign to primary school appeared first on The Sun News.
(MADRID, Spain) Spanish emergency services picked up 470 immigrants travelling in dozens of rafts across the Strait of Gibraltar on Tuesday and 227 from the same stretch of water the day before, a spokesman for the Maritime Safety Agency said. More than 75,000 have tried to cross the Mediterranean from North Africa, landing in Italy,Read MoreThe post Spanish coastguards pick up almost 700 African migrants in two days appeared first on The Sun News.
Several thousand civilians remain trapped by militants on a mountain in northern Iraq and need “life-saving assistance”, the United Nations warns. Members of the Yazidi sect fled there 10 days ago after fighters from Islamic State (IS) seized the town of Sinjar. The US has been conducting air strikes to help stem the rapid ISRead MoreThe post Thousands of Yazidis ‘still trapped’ on Iraq mountain appeared first on The Sun News.
Dressing to kill has become the new fashion sense among campus ladies. Students throw decency to the dogs, as they bare it all, exposing erogenous and juicy parts of their bodies in order to look sexy. In fact, not even a monk can ignore the tempting parade of luscious ladies who step beyond the borders of decency to win admiration.
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The return of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” earned 65 million dollars in ticket sales at U.S. and Canadian movie theaters over the weekend. A feat that easily won the box office battle with Marvel’s outer space hit “Guardians of the Galaxy.” “Ninja Turtles”, a reboot of a franchise born in 1980s comic books andRead MoreThe post “TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES” EARNED $65 MILLION IN TICKET SALES AT U.S. AND CANADA appeared first on The Sun
Ahead of their August 13 last group game against England, Nigeria's Falconets on Monday arrived Edmonton, one of the cities hosting the Canada 2014 FIFA U-20 women's world Cup.The post FIFA U-20 Womenâ€™s World Cup: Falconets hit Edmonton for England appeared first on The Sun News.
Vice-Chancellor of Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete, Professor Abdulrasheed Naâ€™allah has advocated heavier sanctions against oil companies operating in the country with indifference to environmental laws.The post Oil spills: KWASU VC advocates stiffer sanctions for oil firms appeared first on The Sun News.
Wives of army personnel in Borno State have protested against the movement of their husbands from Maiduguri barracks to an upgraded army formation in the state. The women, who gathered at the 21 Armoured Brigade (Giwa Barracks) The post Soldiersâ€™ wives protest movement of spouses in Borno appeared first on The Sun News.
Seven members of staff of a first-generation bank in Barakin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State have been arrested for allegedly defrauding the bank and customers of N14 million. It was gathered that the workers allegedlyThe post 7 bank workers arrested over N14m fraud appeared first on The Sun News.
No fewer than five persons are feared dead and 413 cows rustled from herdsmen in Yelwa and Dorowa communities in Shendam and Barkin Ladi local government areas respectively in Plateau State. It was gathered that the armedThe post Cattle thieves kill 5 in PlateauÂ appeared first on The Sun News.
Ahead of the 2015 general elections, Kwara State Governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed, has urged politicians not to use youths as instruments of violence in the pursuit of their political ambitions. Governor Ahmed, who made the call at the maiden securityThe post 2015 : Youths need jobs, not guns â€“Ahmed appeared first on The Sun News.
For allegedly burning the placenta of a newborn baby with other spiritual substances, a 32-year-old cleric, Alfa Abdulganiyu Bamidele of Iyana Ojere Ogidi, Laluba Area, Ilorin, Kwara State, has been remanded at the Federal Prison, Oke-Kura, Ilorin.The post Cleric, 2 others remanded in prison over rituals appeared first on The Sun News.
No fewer than 2,000 secondary school teachers and 500 non-teaching staff just employed by the Oyo State Government will be presented with their letters of appointment by the state Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi next week.The post 5,000 teachers set to assume work in Oyo appeared first on The Sun News.
Congratulatory messages continued to pour in yesterday for Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, on his victory in last weekâ€™s governorship election in the state. Niger State Governor, Babangida Aliyu, in a congratulatory message issued by his Chief Press Secretary,The post More congratulatory messages pour in for Aregbesola appeared first on The Sun News.
Â President Goodluck Jonathan has described late Patrick Sawyer actions of coming into Nigeria especially when he was aware he has been infected by Ebola Virus Disease as pure â€˜madnessâ€™ and craziness. Jonathan made the statement at the annual Interfaith Conference in Abuja. The president who expressed his disappointment with the way and manner Sawyer broughtRead MoreThe post â€Ž Jonathan describes late Sawyer actions as pure â€˜madnessâ€™ appeared first on The Sun News.
Â Experts calls for the improvement in the provision of trauma care has been heeded as President Goodluck Jonathan commissioned the one billion naira worth NationalÂ Trauma Centre. The president who was represented at the commissioning of the centre locatedÂ at the National Hospital Abuja by Vice-President, Namadi Sambo, stressed the importance of the new facilityRead MoreThe post Jonathan inaugurates N1bnTrauma Centre appeared first on The Sun News.