Mr Adeyemi Azeez, the National Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the association, made the call in a statement in Abuja on Friday.
The association called on both parties to see the 90 day-strike as the end to the avoidable strike in Nigerian universities.
”The 90-day strike has no doubt consumed a complete semester from the academic calendar of our universities
”NANS calls on the Federal Government and ASUU to implement the reached agreements with utmost sincerity,“he said.
According to the association, the implementation of the agreements will put an end to strikes in the nation`s education sector.
Azeez commended the students for their commitment in the course of the struggle towards ending the strike.
”The National President of NANS, Danielson Akpan, appreciates all well-meaning and intellectual Nigerian university students for their endurance and comportment, all through the just suspended ASUU strike.”
He identified such struggles as Save Education Rally, held nationwide on Nov. 17 among series of protests across the regions of the country.
Azeez also pleaded with the Federal Government to as a matter of urgency address the ongoing ASUP strike in the nation’s polytechnics.
JAMB registers over 1.6 million, confirms closing date for 2019 UTME registration
The Board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos.
Benjamin expressed satisfaction with the ongoing registration exercise nationwide, adding that so far, it had been smooth with little or no hitches.
The registration of candidates for this year’s all Computer Based Test (CBT) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), commenced on Feb. 10.
Meanwhile, an official bulletin of the board tagged ‘jambulletin’ issued on Sunday, said over 1.6 million candidates had registered for the examination between Feb. 10 and Feb. 15 nationwide, with Lagos recording the highest, with 234,259 candidates.
According to the bulletin, preparations for the successful conduct of the examination scheduled to commence few weeks from now is in top gear.
Also contained in the bulletin is the restatement of the unlikely extension of the registration deadline by the board.
“Candidates would commence the reprinting of their examination notification slips two weeks to the examination date.
“On the examination slip are candidates’ schedule for the examination, date, time and centre, as well as other necessary information about the examination.
“Two weeks to the commencement of the examination, candidates will have their slips placed on their profiles.
“However, in the event where candidates could not access their slip, such candidates can visit the board’s service portal,on www.jamb.org.ng to print the slip,” the bulletin stated.
It also said that messages would as well be sent to candidates, informing them on when to reprint their e-slip.
According to the bulletin, the processes are all automated to keep candidates abreast of developments, just as messages will be sent to all candidates informing them on when to print their e-slip.
The bulletin warned candidates against coming into the examination halls with prohibited items such as wrist watches, telephones and others.
Postponed elections: Lagos govt orders schools to resume Monday
This followed the postponement of the general elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
A statement issued on Saturday by Mrs. Ronke Soyombo, Director General, Education Quality Assurance, said “I have the directive of Her Excellency, the Deputy Governor of Lagos State to inform all Lagos State school’s stakeholders and the general public that the state government has been compelled by the change in election dates to further review the 2018/19 school academic calendar as stated below:
“All schools resume Monday, 18th February, 2019, All schools in Lagos State are expected to close on the following dates: Friday 22nd of February and to resume on Monday, 25th February.
“The schools will also close on Friday, 8th March, 2019 and to resume on Monday, 11th March. All public and private schools, school leaders and school associations should take note and adhere strictly.”
ASUU chairman caught in sex-for-marks scandal
Igbafen, an Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy, was suspended after his appearance before a disciplinary committee on allegations of sexual misconduct.
This was made public in a statement signed by Edward Aihevba, the university’s spokesman, on Wednesday in Benin, Edo State capital.
The statement noted that Igbafen had been arraigned before the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee (SSDC) on allegations of gross misconduct bordering on sexual harassment and threatening students to have sex with him in exchange for marks.
According to the statement, Igbafen was found culpable by the university’s investigative panel.
A relative of one of the victims had threatened to take the institution to the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission ICPC if Igbafen wasn’t prosecuted.
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