Lakevibez

Home Of Updates

Header Ads Widget

ads header
Showing posts with label News. Show all posts
Showing posts with label News. Show all posts

Thursday, September 29, 2022

Breaking News Federal Government has Order VC’s For Reopening Universities across the country

RE: FG Order VC’s To Reopen Universities


Though not surprised by the so-called order from the most insensitive government ever in the history of our dear country, Nigeria as regard to the fundamental rights of Nigerian masses, which is right to education.


It is quite clear to everyone who cares to follow updates concerning industrial action embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) since middle of February, 2022, that the present government does not have the political will to address some of the reasons if not all that made university based unions to embark on the longest strike that has never been possible under previous administrations in the history of this nation.


However, it is important to straighten the records, Nigerian Public universities were never closed or locked down. This position can be verified with a visit to respective university‘s administrations. The academic staff simply withdrew one of their services to the universities that is teaching, while research and community services are ongoing. Even the unending strikes could be regarded as community service because it is in the overall interest of boosting and advancing our universities to be competitive globally or have a minimum standard of what is called university internationally.


As regard to research, browse through the internet especially academic databases like Scopus, springer and so on and so forth and discover how many publications; such as journals, book chapters, conferences proceedings, seminar etcetera were published by the Nigerian academics this year especially from February, 2022 to date with or without government funding.


To settle the face-off between FG and ASUU and return academic activities to our Universities, I humbly suggest the following options.


1. Terminate appointment of ASUU members


The FG in its recent attitude, the Federal government claims to have wanted that masses to go back to school by-fire-by-force despite the obsolete tools and equipment found on university campuses. Regardless of quality education in tertiary institutions, specifically universities. Since ASUU is “adamant” and refuses to go back to classroom despite court order and now FG order, what is the difference!. The FG should just sack all academics in the country then replace them with other set of Nigerians that would not demand for a better educational system.


2. Employ or Hire professors from around the globe


After sacking all academics, the government should hire senior academics from foreign universities to come and teach the teeming population of students in the universities. This option I swear this government might not attempt to try it. It requires a huge amount of money and no benefit to the political class.


Less I forget, since the quality education is not a way to go as demonstrated by government officials, especially the presidency. The almighty FG should just employ every interested Nigerian with interest to teach in university irrespective of qualification and character, just like political office holders; anybody with senior secondary certificate examination (SSCE) results like WAEC, diploma, NCE and so on, even original NEPA bill should be considered for immediate employment as academics in the universities in order to fill up the vacancy after sacking all lecturers and ensure school “reopens” as soon as possible. 


3. Fulfill the agreement


This government, like its predecessors, entered an agreement with the union a number of times but refused to honor it. Where is his integrity? Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), Memorandum of Action (MOA) were duly signed by this government apart from renegotiation reports by the committees willingly set up by the government, but as if like there is nobody in-charge of the administration. Nobody is talking about it except few and the FG wants the patriotic ASUU to also be coward and keep mute and follow blindly until the university education in Nigeria perishes. 


4. Another option


The FG should do nothing and keep blackmailing and issuing propaganda until its remaining months are over. We pray an education friendly president is elected in the forthcoming 2023 general election. Vote wisely, vote freedom.


5. Provisional conclusion


The ball is now on the coat for FG to decide and choose among the options presented above. As a student, I want the government to go for option number three (3) because the country is ours and posterity will be kind to present administration as one that brought an end to the incessant strikes in Nigerian universities.  


God bless Federal Republic of Nigeria

God bless Academic Staff Union of Universities

God bless Nigerian Students 


Mohammed Ajuji, Student, ATBU, writes.

Saturday, August 27, 2022

Exclusive: interview with Brazilian star Antony on his future, Man United and more Fabrizio Romano Comfirm


Exclusive: interview with Brazilian star Antony on his future, Man United and more ⤵️🔴



▫️ How is the negotiation for your transfer going?


▪️ Antony: "Since February of this year, my agents came to Amsterdam to inform Ajax of my desire to leave the club to face new challenge and that some interested clubs would arrive and with them, certainly a great offer".


▫️ What happened with Ajax?


▪️ Antony: "In June of this year, I interrupted my vacation and came personally to inform the managers of Ajax, including new coach, about my wish to leave and that they should consider this possibility, because it was a project for 2 seasons".


▫️ Antony, what did you tell the club so?


▪️ Antony: "During the window months, meetings continued and I also received a proposal from Ajax for contract renewal. I made it clear once again: I WANT TO LEAVE".


▫️ What happened today, Friday?


▪️ Antony: "Today, in a meeting with the club, I expressed my old interest in leaving - this time with considerable offer on the table. Others had already arrived! Ajax refused with argument that they only have 5 days to replace me".


▫️ Why Ajax don't want to let you go?


▪️ Antony: "I'm not asking Ajax to release me, I'm asking Ajax to sell me with the highest bid ever for Eredivisie player. I've been insisting on this theme since February so that the club could rebuild the team with peace of mind".


▫️ How do you feel about the club?


▪️ Antony: "I was very happy in Amsterdam, I won titles at Ajax, made friends and built part of my career, but now I REINFORCE that I am ready and full of motivation to follow my story and my dreams".


▫️ What's your position right now?


▪️ Antony: "People need to listen to me and understand that my motivation moves me towards happiness. I need this to continue performing at a high level. Ajax will always be in my heart!".


▫️ What’s your message to Ajax fans?


▪️ Antony: "I hope Ajax fans understand me... because the future for a football player is a totally uncertain thing and the opportunities can be unique!"


"My message is one of gratitude for Ajax, club and fans".


@antony00 ✍🏻


#manunited #mufc #antony ⭐️

Thursday, July 14, 2022

NANS Meeting with Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, The APC Presidential Flag Bearer*

*NANS Meeting with Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, The APC Presidential Flag Bearer*



In our continuous efforts in advocating for the end of the prolonged ASUU Strike, I led the National Executives of NANS and stakeholders to meet with the Presidential Aspirant of the APC to annex his contacts and capacity to prevail on ASUU and the FG to put an end to the protracted industrial action. It is our believe that no stone must be left unturned in ensuring that ASUU return back to the classroom.


We had fruitful engagements and Asiwaju who passionately expressed his concerns and his efforts in the past during similar strike action commended the students leaders for their initiatives to engage in high level advocacy and seek political solution. He shared in our position that every reasonable Nigerian must be seriously concerned as the continuous strike poses a great danger to security and collective well being of our nation.


Asiwaju therefore promised to immediately step up his interventions, even now that the President has opened the window for individual contributions to dialogues in pursuit of the end of the industrial action. 


Nigerian students expressed our deepest appreciation to Asiwaju for cutting short his very tight schedule and campaign activities to address our leadership and made strong commitment to the end of the strike. He also promised to continue to engage with us and youth organisations across the country to tap into our strength, ideas and creativities in the days ahead while ensuring that youth and students forms integral part of his programs.


NANS under my leadership will leave no stone unturned to ensure we see the end of incessant ASUU Strike in Nigeria. 


We have reached a stage in this struggle where the end is more important to us than the means and as leaders we will not do less than our very best to ensure the end of the strike.


Viva Aluta!


Comrade Sunday Adedayo Asefon

The Revolutionary President of NANS

Sunday, July 10, 2022

ASUU strike: Buhari govt reveals when universities will resume

 

ASUU strike: Buhari govt reveals when universities will resume



The President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government has assured that the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, will soon be over.

Goodluck Opiah, the Minister of State for Education, assured that Buhari's administration is committed to ending the ASUU strike.

Opiah gave the assurance in Owerri, Imo State, while addressing journalists over the weekend.


"I can assure you that the government is very concerned about the situation. Even as I speak to you now a lot of thinking, a lot of discussions and meetings are going on with a view to resolving the matter as quickly as possible.

"I am hopeful that the disagreement between the government and ASUU will be resolved soon so that our children can go back to school".

ASUU has been on strike since February 2022 over face-off with the Federal Government due to mode of payment for university lecturers.

ASUU strike: Nationwide bláçkóut looms as workers threaten to shút dówn power sector 

 ASUU strike: Nationwide bláçkóut looms as workers threaten to shút dówn power sector 



Workers in the power sector have threatened to shútdówn electricity supply in the country should Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, declare a nationwide protest over the protracted industrial crises in the country’s educational sector.


Under the aegis of the National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE, the workers argued that the carefree attitude of government towards the continued closure of schools is a sorry state in the process of Nigeria’s development towards nationhood.


In a statement by its General Secretary, Joe Ajaero, NUEE said it “is deeply sàddenéd and appalled by the impasse between the Federal Government of Nigeria and Unions in the Tertiary Academic Sector (Universities, Polytechnics, Colleges of Education and Research Institutes) which has avoidably lingered”.


It went on: “This deadlóçk which has lasted for several months with the students staying at home; is undoubtedly exposing the students to all forms of negative vices inimical to nation building.


“NUEE therefore calls on the Federal Government to address all issues concerning non implementation of Agreements and others affecting Nigeria’s hallowed Tertiary Institutions”.

Friday, July 8, 2022

Dayo and Rukayat Studied Engineering at a University in kwara State. 

 


Dayo and Rukayat Studied Engineering at a University in kwara State. They were both Classmates and after Five years of Studying hard, they both graduated. After graduation, Fate took them through different paths of life. 


5 Years later, Rukayat after much frustr#tion of securing a job, ended up as a Secretary in a Building firm earning 50,000 Naira monthly. 


Meanwhile, Dayo on the other hand, couldn't Secure a Job and ended up a Taxi Driver, He makes At least 5,000 daily and if he works for only 20 days in a month, He makes 100,000 Naira that month.


One Evening, Rukayat closed from work and was at the bus stop waiting for taxi when Dayo stopped. She hopped in when she discovered the taxi was going her way but little did she know it was Dayo. All through the journey, she was lost in her Phone. 


She reached her bus Stop and after alighting, just when she was about paying, she took a look at the driver and their eyes met, wow! They were both happy. 


"Is this you?" they both asked themselves simultaneously as if they planned it. Rukayat gave him money but Dayo insisted she keep it. He was happy to see her and for old time sake, he left the money for her even when she insisted that she wanted to pay. They both exchanged contact and left. 


Well, Rukayat went home that night and was lost in thought. Not as if Dayo was looking bad but Dayo driving Taxi? She couldn't wrap her head around it. She Pitied him. Felt Sorry for him. If Dayo had allowed her she would have paid him and beg him to keep the change. 


Little did she know that, Dayo actually has another Taxi running for him, He is a Land owner and he is planning on developing it soon. But because he was driving a Taxi, She felt Pity for him.


On the other hand, Dayo felt sorry for himself too. Before he slept that night, he remembered Rukayat, how neatly she dressed and nice she smells, "She must be earning over 300,000 Naira per month" he said to himself. He felt ashamed, He felt like a failure and he felt she was way ahead of him financially and otherwise. 


Little did he know that, If Rukayat removes the transportation fare and feeding money from her monthly salary, it will take her at least 3 Months to earn what he earns monthly. 


Sadly, this could be some of our reality, you measure your progress and success with that of your friends, Classmates and Relatives even with very limited information you have about them. 


You think yours is worse because you look dirtier, you think yours is worse because you are not on Corporate wears, you think yours is worse because the other person acts and looks Nicer. 


Stay Focused and Face your life. It's not a competition. Stop Comparing things, you don't have the full picture. Every one is running on his own lane. Be contented.

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

UNIABUJA VC Discloses that Strikes Have Destroyed Our University System , as he Tells ASUU, FG To Avoid It

Strikes have destroyed our university system. This is according to the Vice Chancellor of the University of Abuja, Professor Abdul-Rasheed Na'Allah. He has urged the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government to avoid strikes in order to protect the university system.



There are three main points that will be discussed in this essay. First, the Vice Chancellor's statement will be analyzed. Second, the reasons for the decline of the university system will be examined. Finally, solutions to the problem will be proposed.

The Vice Chancellor's statement is significant because it highlights the negative impact that strikes have on the university system. He argues that strikes have destroyed the system and that they should be avoided in order to protect it. This is a valid point, as strikes do have a negative impact on universities.


There are several reasons for the decline of the university system. One reason is the financial crisis that has affected many universities. Another reason is the political instability in some countries, which has led to a decline in the quality of education. Finally, the increasing number of students has also put a strain on the system.


There are several solutions to the problem of the decline of the university system. One solution is for the government to provide more funding to universities. Another solution is for universities to increase their intake of students so that they can cope with the demand. Finally, universities should also improve their teaching methods so that students can learn more effectively.


Strikes have indeed destroyed our university system. However, this is not the only reason for the decline of the system. There are several other factors that have contributed to the problem. The government and universities need to work together to find solutions to the problem.

Three Leicester City fixtures moved but only two for TV as Man United and Tottenham dates set

 Three Leicester City fixtures moved but only two for TV as Man United and Tottenham dates set


Leicester City's games against Manchester United and Tottenham will be broadcast by BT Sport and Sky Sports, but the fixture at Brighton has also been rescheduled



Three Leicester City matches in August and September have had a change of date – but only two will be broadcast live.


The Premier League have announced their fixture changes for the first two months of the new season, with City’s games against Manchester United, Brighton, and Tottenham Hotspur all receiving new dates. But only the United and Spurs matches will be shown live on UK television.


City’s home game against United will now kick off at 8pm on Thursday, September 1, and will be shown live on BT Sport. It is part of a full midweek round of fixtures with the Premier League having to squeeze in matches during the upcoming campaign because of the disruption caused by the Qatar World Cup.


READ MORE: Leicester City on course to field the team fans have waited 18 months to see


READ MORE: Why Leicester City might have found the perfect Youri Tielemans replacement


As a result, City’s fixture at Brighton can no longer take place on Saturday, September 3, because of the short turnaround. Instead, it has been pushed back a day to Sunday, September 4, kicking off at 2pm. It will not be shown live on UK television though.


The final change sees City’s trip to Tottenham moved to a 5.30pm kick-off on Saturday, September 17, with Sky Sports selecting the game for coverage. That is the last City fixture before an international break during which countries will finalise their preparation for the World Cup in November.


City’s opening game against Brentford had already been moved to Sunday, August 7, kicking off at 2pm, because of a clash with the city’s Caribbean Carnival on Saturday, August 6. However, the release of the TV picks for August and September, means the club’s matches against Arsenal, Southampton, Chelsea, and Aston Villa have now been confirmed as Saturday 3pm kick-offs.



Final year student unable to graduate years after being càught writing exam for girlfriend who eventually màrried someone else

 A Final year student unable to graduate years after being càught writing exam for girlfriend who eventually màrried someone else


It's every student's worst nightmare: being caught cheating on an exam. But for one final year student, the consequences were much greater than a simple punishment from the school. Years after being caught writing an exam for his girlfriend, he is still unable to graduate.


The student's story is a cautionary tale of what can happen when cheating goes undetected. It highlights the importance of academic integrity and the severe penalties that can be imposed for violating it.



The student, who wishes to remain anonymous, was caught cheating on an exam in his final year of university. He was writing the exam for his girlfriend, who was unable to write it herself due to an illness.


The student was initially given a punishment of a year's suspension from the university. However, he was later told that he would not be allowed to graduate, even though he had completed all his coursework.


The student has now been trying to graduate for years, but has been unsuccessful. He has appealed the decision, but the university has refused to budge.



The student's story highlights the importance of academic integrity. Cheating is a serious violation of university rules and can lead to severe penalties.


The student's case also highlights the importance of being honest with the university. If he had been honest about what happened, he may have only received a punishment of a year's suspension. However, by trying to cover up the cheating, he has made the situation much worse.


The student's story is a cautionary tale for all students. It highlights the importance of following the rules and being honest with the university. Cheating may seem like a quick and easy way to get ahead, but the consequences can be severe.

Strike: We Will Call Off Strike Moment FG Accepts UTAS – ASUU

 Strike: We Will Call Off Strike Moment FG Accepts UTAS – ASUU



The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has challenged the federal government to accept the University Transparency and Accountability Solution (UTAS) payment platform for it to call off the ongoing strike.


ASUU national president, Prof. Emmanuel Osedeke, who said this while speaking on Channels Television on Monday night, said the strike will continue unless government accept UTAS and honour the 2009 agreement.


Osodeke said, “Let government tell us they have finished testing the UTAS and sign the agreement, then tomorrow we will call off the strike.


“We challenge the government, when would they sign the agreement? When would they accept UTAS? These are the two questions we should ask Nigerian government,” he stated.

Until FG Accepts UTAS, Honour Our Agreement, No Reopening Of Varsities – ASUU President Declares

 The President of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, has declared that until the Federal Government accepts the Union's demands and honours their agreement, no universities will be reopened. This is a strong stance taken by the Union in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and the Federal Government's decision to reopen schools.



ASUU is demanding that the Federal Government honour their agreement in full, including the payment of salaries and allowances that are owed to members. The Union is also demanding that the Federal Government provide adequate funding for universities so that they can properly function.


Osodeke's declaration means that there is a possibility of a prolonged closure of universities, which would have a negative impact on students and staff alike. However, the Union is standing firm on its position and is prepared to negotiate with the Federal Government in order to reach a resolution.


The first main point is that the Federal Government needs to honour its agreement with ASUU in full. This includes the payment of salaries and allowances that are owed to members. The Union is also demanding that the Federal Government provide adequate funding for universities so that they can properly function.


If the Federal Government does not honour its agreement, it will be in breach of contract. This could lead to legal action being taken against the Government, which would be costly and time-consuming. Furthermore, it would damage the relationship between the Government and the Union, which is already strained.



The second main point is that a prolonged closure of universities would have a negative impact on students and staff alike. Students would miss out on vital learning opportunities, and staff would miss out on income.


A prolonged closure of universities would also have a knock-on effect on the local economy. Businesses that rely on university students and staff would suffer, and this would ultimately lead to job losses.


The third main point is that the Union is prepared to negotiate with the Federal Government in order to reach a resolution. However, the Union is firm in its position and is not prepared to compromise on its demands.


Osodeke has stated that the Union is open to dialogue with the Federal Government. However, he has also said that the Union will not accept anything less than what has been agreed upon. This is a strong stance taken by the Union, and it is one that is likely to result in a resolution.


In conclusion, the Federal Government needs to honour its agreement with ASUU in full. If it does not, there is a risk of a prolonged closure of universities, which would have a negative impact on students and staff alike. However, the Union is prepared to negotiate with the Federal Government in order to reach a resolution.

Monday, July 4, 2022

Chelsea consider move for Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United

 Chelsea consider move for Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United

Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes has offered player to London clubCo-owner is interested but a deal will depend on Thomas Tuchel



Chelsea are considering a move for Cristiano Ronaldo, but it remains to be seen whether Thomas Tuchel is sold on the idea of trying to sign the Manchester United forward.

Ronaldo wants to leave United because of what he perceives as a lack of ambition in their summer transfer dealings and his agent, Jorge Mendes, offered the 37-year-old to Chelsea’s co-owner Todd Boehly last month. Boehly is understood to be intrigued about the idea of signing the Portugal international and the American has since held further talks w

However Chelsea are yet to firm up any interest and Boehly, the interim sporting director, is likely to be led by Thomas Tuchel’s thoughts on Ronaldo, who cited family reasons after failing to return to training at United on Monday.

Chelsea’s new ownership do not want to foist unwanted players on their head coach and it is unclear whether Tuchel wants Ronaldo, who has also been offered to Bayern Munich, Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain. The Chelsea manager plans to mould a versatile, fluid attack and has allowed Romelu Lukaku to join Internazionale on loan. Lukaku struggled to adapt to Tuchel’s system last season – the Belgium striker did not press enough and lacked mobility – and it is likely that signing Ronaldo would create similar problems.


Signing Ronaldo would give Chelsea a proven goalscorer but although he scored 24 goals in 38 appearances for United last season, it was debatable whether he had a positive impact on the team’s play. United, who have insisted Ronaldo is going nowhere and are unlikely to want to lose him to a domestic rival, finished sixth and often lacked cohesion.


Boehly will need to hold talks with Tuchel before deciding whether to test United’s resolve. There is a pressure on Chelsea to step up their business. They remain in talks with Manchester City over a £50m deal for Raheem Sterling, who has held talks with Tuchel, and are waiting to see if Barcelona will beat them to the signing of Leeds United’s Raphinha.


Chelsea agreed a £55m deal with Leeds for Raphinha last week but the Brazilian winger’s preference is to join Barcelona, who are confident they will raise funds to make a suitable offer for him.


Barcelona are also making progress with Ousmane Dembélé in talks about a new contract. The France winger has been a target for Chelsea, who must decide whether to keep their bid for Raphinha on the table. There have been suggestions that the 25-year-old could stay at Leeds until January and wait for Barça to return with an improved offer.


Chelsea also need to strengthen in central defence after the departures of Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rüdiger. They have targeted City’s Nathan Aké, Juventus’s Matthijs de Ligt and Sevilla’s Jules Koundé.



Christian Eriksen agrees three-year deal with Man United - sources

 Christian Eriksen agrees three-year deal with Man United - sources


The FC crew discuss the impact that Christian Eriksen could have at Man United.


Christian Eriksen has agreed to join Manchester United, sources have told ESPN

The midfielder, who is a free agent, is set to sign a three-year deal once a medical is completed.

- Eriksen makes emotional return with Brentford

- Don't have ESPN? Get instant access


Eriksen, 30, spent the second half of last season at Brentford, where he scored once in 11 games. He has turned down the chance to re-sign for Brentford to move to Old Trafford.


Tottenham also lodged an interest in Eriksen, but after manager Antonio Conte stepped back from a deal, United were able to swoop in.


Eriksen is set to become Erik ten Hag's second signing of the summer after the capture of 22-year-old Netherlands left-back Tyrell Malacia from Feyenoord.


It is the latest step in a remarkable comeback for Eriksen, who suffered a cardiac arrest playing for Denmark at last summer's European Championship.


His contract at Inter Milan was officially terminated in December 2021, and he signed from Brentford as a free agent in January 2022.


He was instrumental in helping Brentford finish 13th in the Premier League in their first season in the top flight following promotion from the Championship, with his fine form ensuring interest from a host of clubs across Europe.



APC Youth Leader Speaks To Emmanuel Osodeke, Promises To Engage Govt Stakeholders To End ASUU Strike

 The All Progressives Congress (APC) youth leader, has promised to engage government stakeholders to end the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). He made this pledge during a meeting with the ASUU President, Dr. Emmanuel Osodeke, on Monday.



During the meeting, Dr. Osodeke promised to engage the Federal Ministry of Education and the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) to find a lasting solution to the ASUU strike. He also pledged to support ASUU's demand for improved funding of the education sector.


The APC youth leader's intervention comes at a time when the ASUU strike has entered its fourth week, with no end in sight. The strike has caused immense hardship for students and their families, as well as for the staff of universities across the country.


The ASUU strike has caused immense hardship for students and their families. Many students have been forced to drop out of school due to the lack of online classes and the inability to pay for tuition. The strike has also led to the closure of many universities, further exacerbating the situation.


The APC youth leader's intervention comes at a time when the ASUU strike has entered its fourth week, with no end in sight. The strike has caused immense hardship for students and their families, as well as for the staff of universities across the country.


The ASUU strike has also led to the closure of many universities, further exacerbating the situation. This has caused immense hardship for the staff of universities, who have been forced to take unpaid leave or to work without pay.


The APC youth leader's intervention comes at a time when the ASUU strike has entered its fourth week, with no end in sight. The strike has caused immense hardship for students and their families, as well as for the staff of universities across the country.


The APC youth leader's intervention comes at a time when the ASUU strike has entered its fourth week, with no end in sight. The strike has caused immense hardship for students and their families, as well as for the staff of universities across the country.


The APC youth leader's intervention is a welcome development, and we hope that it will lead to a quick end to the ASUU strike. We also hope that the government will take the APC youth leader's suggestions seriously and implement the necessary reforms to improve the funding of the education sector.

Kperogi lambasts Education Minister Adamu Adamu over alleged negligence towards ASUU strike. 

 Kperogi lambasts Education Minister Adamu Adamu over alleged negligence towards ASUU strike.

 The essay will explore three main points: the reasons for the strike, the government's response, and the implications of the strike.



The reasons for the strike are many and varied, but the main one is the government's failure to meet its promises to the education sector. ASUU has been demanding better funding for universities, improved working conditions, and increased salaries for professors. The government has failed to meet these demands, and ASUU has been on strike for over a month now.


The government's response to the strike has been lacklustre, to say the least. Education Minister Adamu Adamu has been accused of negligence and of not doing enough to resolve the situation. The government has offered to meet some of ASUU's demands, but not all of them. ASUU has rejected the government's offer, and the strike continues.


The implications of the strike are far-reaching. Universities are closed, and students are not able to attend classes. This will have a negative impact on their studies and on their future prospects. The strike is also causing financial hardship for many families, as they are not able to pay their tuition fees. The longer the strike continues, the more damaging it will be.


Kperogi lambasts Education Minister Adamu Adamu over alleged negligence towards ASUU strike. The strike is a result of the government's failure to meet its promises to the education sector. The government's response has been lacklustre, and the implications of the strike are far-reaching. The longer the strike continues, the more damaging it will be.

Manchester United step up talks with Ajax over Lisandro Martinez as they look to beat Arsenal to the £43m-rated defender's signature... with the club hoping he will join this week

 Manchester United step up talks with Ajax over Lisandro Martinez as they look to beat Arsenal to the £43m-rated defender's signature... with the club hoping he will join this week


•Manchester United have advanced their talks with 
Ajax over Lisandro Martinez

• Ajax officials were in London at the weekend following United's £38million bid 

•The Dutch club are holding out for £43m for the 24-year-old Argentine


Manchester United are stepping up talks with Ajax over Lisandro Martinez as they look to head off competition from Arsenal.

An Ajax delegation of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and technical manager Gerry Hamstra were in London at the weekend following United's bid of £38million for Lisandro, the structure of which offered Ajax more guaranteed cash than that of Arsenal's similar £38m proposal.

Ajax want £43m for their Argentine centre back and Arsenal plan another offer this week but United have re-opened talks too as they look to wrap up Lisandro's signing in time for him to go on tour this Friday.

While respectful of what Ajax have done for him, he does not wish to let the opportunity of a move to the Premier League pass and staying in Amsterdam next season is not an option for him.

He has told the club that reaching an agreement soon, with either United or Arsenal, will be the most beneficial solution for all parties.

Arsenal have had two offers rejected with their last, coming in at £34m plus add-ons up to £38m


United countered with a £35.3m plus guaranteed add-ons to £38m but have the added pull of coach Erik ten Hag, who struck up a strong rapport with Lisandro during his tenure with the Dutch champions.

United will confirm the £13m signing of Feyenoord left back Tyrell Malacia today and continue talks over the structure of payment for Frenkie de Jong's transfer from Barcelona.

But they were dealt a blow on Saturday when news emerged that Cristiano Ronaldo wishes to leave the club if they receive a suitable offer for him in the summer.  


Saturday, July 2, 2022

Fabrizio Romano: Arsenal 'still pushing' to sign Lisandro Martinez ahead of Man United

 Fabrizio Romano: Arsenal 'still pushing' to sign Lisandro Martinez ahead of Man United

Arsenal are still keen on a deal to sign Lisandro Martinez from Ajax, with Man United also in the race for his signature, says Fabrizio Romano



Arsenal are “still pushing” to sign Lisandro Martinez from Ajax despite facing stiff competition from Manchester United for the defender’s signature, according to Fabrizio Romano.


The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from Amsterdam this summer, and according to Italian journalist Romano, the Argentina international is one of the top targets for new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.


Romano claims that Arsenal are still also firmly in the race to sign Martinez this summer as the Gunners and the Red Devils look to assemble squads capable of breaking back into the top four next season.


The Italian reporter says that Manchester United will turn their full attentions to trying to sign Martinez after they wrap up a deal bring Tyrell Malacia to Old Trafford from Feyenoord.


However, Manchester United can expect to face competition from Arsenal for the Argentine’s signature, with Romano saying that the Gunners have “no intention” of giving up in the race to sign the defender.



Posting on his personal Twitter account, Romano said: “Manchester United are preparing a bid for Lisandro Martinez. He’s very high in Erik ten Hag’s list, race open with Arsenal that have no intention to give up.


“Once Malacia deal will be signed and official, Man United will be on it – while Arsenal are still pushing.”

Martinez moved to Ajax back in 2019 and has scored six goals in a total of 120 appearances in all competitions for the Dutch club. He was a regular fixture in the Ajax team last term as he helped Ten Hag’s side to win the Dutch league title for the second season running.


He made his senior international debut for Argentina back in 2019 and has notched up seven caps for his national team since then.





Friday, July 1, 2022

NLC plans one-day protest over ASUU strike The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed its affiliate bodies to mobilise for a one-day strike next week over the lingering strike by ASUU

NLC plans one-day protest over ASUU strike

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed its affiliate bodies to mobilise for a one-day strike next week over the lingering strike by ASUU.



The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) has directed its affiliate bodies to mobilise for a one-day strike. This strike is to protest the recent increase in fuel prices and the removal of fuel subsidies by the Nigerian government. The NLC is demanding that the government reverse its decision on fuel prices and reinstate the fuel subsidy.


The NLC's decision to call for a strike has been met with mixed reactions from the public. Some people support the NLC's decision, believing that it is the only way to get the government to listen to the people's demands. Others are against the strike, saying that it will only cause more hardship for the already struggling masses.


Whatever one's opinion on the matter, there is no doubt that the NLC's decision to call for a strike will have a significant impact on the Nigerian economy.


Body 1:

The NLC's decision to call for a strike will have a significant impact on the Nigerian economy. The one-day strike will result in a loss of productivity as workers will not be able to go to work. This will have a knock-on effect on businesses, as they will not be able to operate as usual. This will lead to a loss of revenue for businesses and, ultimately, a loss of jobs.


The strike will also cause disruptions to transportation and other essential services. This will further impact businesses and lead to even more job losses. The strike will also cause prices of goods and services to increase, as businesses will pass on the cost of the strike to consumers.


All of these factors will have a negative impact on the Nigerian economy. The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to result in more hardship for the already struggling masses.


The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to result in more hardship for the already struggling masses. The one-day strike will result in a loss of productivity as workers will not be able to go to work. This will lead to a loss of income for workers and their families.


The strike will also cause disruptions to transportation and other essential services. This will further impact workers and their families, as they will not be able to access these services. The strike will also cause prices of goods and services to increase, as businesses will pass on the cost of the strike to consumers.


All of these factors will have a negative impact on the lives of workers and their families. The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to cause more hardship for the already struggling masses.


The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to cause more hardship for the already struggling masses. The one-day strike will result in a loss of productivity as workers will not be able to go to work. This will lead to a loss of income for workers and their families.


The strike will also cause disruptions to transportation and other essential services. This will further impact workers and their families, as they will not be able to access these services. The strike will also cause prices of goods and services to increase, as businesses will pass on the cost of the strike to consumers.


All of these factors will have a negative impact on the lives of workers and their families. The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to cause more hardship for the already struggling masses.


The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to cause more hardship for the already struggling masses. The one-day strike will result in a loss of productivity as workers will not be able to go to work. This will lead to a loss of income for workers and their families.


The strike will also cause disruptions to transportation and other essential services. This will further impact workers and their families, as they will not be able to access these services. The strike will also cause prices of goods and services to increase, as businesses will pass on the cost of the strike to consumers.


All of these factors will have a negative impact on the lives of workers and their families. The NLC's decision to call for a strike is likely to cause more hardship for the already struggling masses.

Rollover: 4 Weeks Left For ASUU To Decide Fate Of Ongoing Industrial Action

 Rollover: 4 Weeks Left For ASUU To Decide Fate Of Ongoing Industrial Action.



The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is currently on strike and has been for over 4 weeks. The strike is a result of the failure of the Nigerian government to meet the demands of the union, which include improved funding for the education sector, among others. With no end in sight, the question now is what will happen to the students who are affected by the strike?


There are currently 4 weeks left until the end of the semester, and if the strike is not resolved by then, it is likely that there will be a "rollover" of students to the next semester. This means that students will not be able to graduate on time and will have to extend their time at university.


While a rollover may not be the ideal solution, it may be the only option if the strike is not resolved soon. It is important to remember that the students are not to blame in this situation, and that the Nigerian government is the one who needs to take responsibility for the current state of affairs.


The first main point is that the students are not to blame in this situation. It is the Nigerian government that is responsible for the current state of affairs. The government has failed to meet the demands of the ASUU, and as a result, the union has gone on strike. The students are the ones who are suffering as a result of this.


The second main point is that a rollover may be the only option if the strike is not resolved soon. With only 4 weeks left until the end of the semester, it is unlikely that the strike will be resolved in time. This means that students will not be able to graduate on time and will have to extend their time at university.

The third main point is that the Nigerian government needs to take responsibility for the current state of affairs. The government has failed to meet the demands of the ASUU, and as a result, the union has gone on strike. The students are the ones who are suffering as a result of this. The government needs to take responsibility for its actions and resolve the strike as soon as possible.


Conclusion:

In conclusion, the students are not to blame in this situation. It is the Nigerian government that is responsible for the current state of affairs. The government has failed to meet the demands of the ASUU, and as a result, the union has gone on strike. The students are the ones who are suffering as a result of this.


A rollover may be the only option if the strike is not resolved soon. With only 4 weeks left until the end of the semester, it is unlikely that the strike will be resolved in time. This means that students will not be able to graduate on time and will have to extend their time at university.


The Nigerian government needs to take responsibility for the current state of affairs. The government has failed to meet the demands of the ASUU, and as a result, the union has gone on strike. The students are the ones who are suffering as a result of this. The government needs to take responsibility for its actions and resolve the strike as soon as possible.

Wolves receive Ruben Neves transfer boost as Adama Traore returns from Barcelona

 Wolves receive Ruben Neves transfer boost as Adama Traore returns from Barcelona

Latest Wolves transfer news from BirminghamLive features Adama Traore, Matheus Nunes and Ruben Neves


Adama returns to Wolves


Adama Traore returned to Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Compton Park training base yesterday following his loan spell at Barcelona.


Spain international Traore was loaned to Barcelona for the second half of last season, but the Camp Nou outfit have decided against taking up their £25million option to make the deal permanent. With just 12 months remaining on his Wolves contract, Traore’s future at the club remains in doubt. Wolves owners Fosun are open to selling Traore for around £20m this summer.


The 26-year-old could stay at Wolves and see out the final year of his deal, and head coach Bruno Lage has already stated that he hopes to reintegrate Traore into his squad if that happens. Traore made 20 appearances in the Premier League last season, before making a further 11 outings in La Liga whilst on loan at Barcelona.


Traore checked in for pre-season testing at Compton this morning alongside Jose Sa and Daniel Podence, who jetted back into Wolverhampton following his honeymoon in Tanzania. The trio went through some light exercises in the gym before their scheduled return to training under Lage later this week.


READ: Adama Traore returns for pre-season as Wolves drop squad numbers hint


READ: Wolves face simple Joao Moutinho contract decision after Bruno Lage reveal


Barcelona set to pass on Neves this summer


Ruben Neves is no longer a priority signing for Barcelona in this transfer window, according to SPORT.


Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Neves is among Barcelona’s options to succeed veteran playmaker Sergio Busquets. Jorge Mendes has held talks with Barcelona’s hierarchy about a transfer for Neves this summer, but it is now claimed the Camp Nou outfit will wait until next year.


Neves will have one year remaining on his contract in 2023 - although Wolves had been hoping to tie him down to a new deal - and Barcelona believe he will only cost €40-45 million (£34-38m). Wolves want in excess of £50m for Neves in this transfer window.


Barcelona’s financial limitations means they cannot sign all of their targets in this window. SPORT suggests Barcelona are now prioritising strengthening their attacking options, with Robert Lewandowski and Leeds United winger Raphinha primary targets, over reinforcing their midfield.


Manchester United have also been linked with Neves, but they are set to sign midfielder Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona. Barcelona were expected to use some of the cash they received from the de Jong deal to pursue Neves.


United, meanwhile, have baulked at Neves' asking price in the past and seem unlikely to sign two big money midfielders in the same window. Wolves are now expecting Neves to return to pre-season, despite the midfielder hinting that his future lied away from Molineux just a month ago.


Nunes' future set to be decided


The future of Matheus Nunes should be resolved swiftly as the Portugal international prepares to return to pre-season with Sporting.


Wolverhampton Wanderers are hoping to lure Nunes, 23, to the Premier League to add a new dimension to Bruno Lage’s midfield. Lage rates Nunes highly and hopes Wolves can strike a deal with Sporting and the midfielder.


Sporting are demanding an initial €40 million (£34m), which is likely to rise further with potential add-ons. Any deal for Nunes would likely eclipse the total £35m Wolves paid Porto to land Fabio Silva in 2020.


Nunes placed his future on the backburner in June, as he enjoyed holidays in Rio de Janeiro and Paris, but the midfielder is due to report back to Lisbon in the coming days. He will then be expected to make a decision on his future.


Wolves face a fight to convince Nunes to move to Molineux without European football on offer. Sporting have qualified for the Champions League next season, while Nunes has been tentatively linked with Barcelona.


Manchester City have been keeping tabs on Nunes too after Pep Guardiola labelled him ‘one of the best players in world football’. Nunes wouldn’t be assured of playing time in City’s all-star midfield though.




Powered by Blogger.

Contributors

Featured post

[Music] Jex_Shakara

The new Benue upcoming artists with a lovely vibes which will boast your brain and you will love to hear his song, he drop a new jam with...

Contact form

Name

Email *

Message *

Search This Blog

About Us

About Us
Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's.

Mobile Logo Settings

Mobile Logo Settings
image

Subscribe Us

Ad Space

JalewaAds code

Blogroll