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2018 WASSCE/GCE Result Will Be Out In November

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Keeping to its promise of releasing exam results within 45 days, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has said that the result of the 2018 Nov/Dec examinations will be out in November.
The Senior School Certificate Examination for private candidates popularly known as WAEC-GCE is still ongoing and some candidates can’t wait to see the result of the exams.
A curious Twitter user, Godspower Ovbije, who claims to be a Mathematics student at Delta State University asked WAEC when the result of the ongoing exam would be out.
He asked, @waecnigeria Please when should we expect the result of the ongoing WASSCE PRIVATE second series to be out. Will this year be possible? And WAEC answered ”November this year”.
Earlier, in July, WAEC reassured candidates that it is committed to releasing results of its 2018 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for school candidates in 45 days.

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Religious Crisis Looms In Ui School As Principal Bars Female Muslims From Wearing Hij

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Fresh religious crisis is currently looming at the University of Ibadan International School over the alleged denial of female Muslim students in the school the right to wear Hijab (head scarf), by the principal of the school, Mrs. Phebean Olowe.
DAILY POST exclusively gathered on Friday that the principal of the school had over the years denied female Muslim students the right to wear the Hijab without any reason.
Parents of the affected students under the auspices of International School Ibadan Muslim Parents’ Forum in a petition addressed to the principal, a copy which was obtained by DAILY POST, argued that “Hijab wearing for young Muslim girls, apart from the fact that it is part of their religious belief, is part of their God given fundamental human right as well as the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria”.

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Mourinho Takes Swipe At Aguero Ahead Of City Clash

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has taken a veiled swipe at Manchester City star Sergio Aguero before Sunday’s derby showdown at the Etihad Stadium.
Mourinho said of Aguero that “there are little things in his game I am not a fan of”, although he declined to elaborate further when asked.
Aguero, City’s all-time leading scorer, was criticised heavily by Mourinho after a 0-0 draw with United at the Etihad in April 2017.
United midfielder Marouane Fellaini was sent off for a headbutt on the Argentina international, with Mourinho suggesting the striker’s reaction had been over-dramatic.
“I saw Aguero in the tunnel but (there was) no broken nose, no broken head, (and) his face is nice as always,” Mourinho said at the time.
Mourinho was quick to pay tribute to Aguero’s qualities as a goalscorer before United’s latest clash with arch rivals City, but he dropped a strong hint that he believes there is a dark side to his game.

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Ganduje Agrees To Pay 30,000 Minimum Wage With Additional N600 (N30,600)

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The Government of Kano State has said it is ready to pay the new minimum wage of N30,000 with additional N600.

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According to the state Head of Service, Auwalu Naiya, the decision to pay the N30,000 naira new minimum wage was adopted at the State Council meeting which has the governor and his Deputy in attendance.
Auwalu Naiyya reminded that Governor Ganduje gives much priority to the welfare of Civil servant’s a reason Kano is among the few State that has no payment of monthly salary problems.
Similarly, Naiyya hinted that apart from the monthly salary of over N8 Billion the State always was in the forefront in the payment of Pension and Gratuity.
“Therefore it is as easy as anything for us to pay the N30,000 monthly salary this is because welfare of our workers is Paramount to anything and will always gives it preference”.

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