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Student Loan: NELFUND Onboards 36 State-Owned Institutions



– 36 state-owned tertiary institutions onboarded for student loan
– Students can now apply for loans effective July 7, 2024
– NELFUND urges other institutions to submit student data timely

The Nigerians Education Loan Fund(NELFUND) has successfully onboarded 36 state-owned tertiary institutions for the student loan scheme. The institutions include:

Lagos State University

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ogun State

Borno State University

Mohammet Lawan college of Agriculture, Borno State

Edo State University, Uzairue

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti

Gombe State University

Kingsley Ozumba Mbadiwe University, Imo State

Imo State University of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Umuagwo

Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria

Yusuf Maitama Sule University, Kano

Umaru Musa Yar’adua University, Katsina

Katsina State Institute of Technology and Management

Kebbi State University of Science and Technology, Aliero

Confluence University of Science and Technology, Kogi state

Lagos State University of Education

Adamawa State University, Mubi

Nasarawa State University, Keffi

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri

University of Medical Sciences, Ondo State

Osun State University

University of Ilesa, Osun State

Government Technical College, Ara, Osun State

Government Technical College, Gbongan, Osun State

Government Technical College, Ijebu-Jesa, Osun State

Government Technical College, Ile-Ife, Osun State

Government Technical College, Inisa, Osun State

Government Technical College, Iwo, Osun State

Government Technical College, Osun State University, Osun State

Government Technical College, Otan Ayegbaju, Osun State

Osun State College of Education, Ila-Orangun

Government Technical College, Ile-Ife

Osun State College of Education

Taraba State University, Jalingo

Umar Suleiman College of Education, Gashua, Yobe State

Zamfara State University, Talata Mafara

Students of these institutions can now apply for loans effective July 7, 2024.

“We urge all other state-owned tertiary institutions to submit their complete student data to the NELFUND Student Verification System timely,” NELFUND said.

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ABUTH Resident Doctors Embark on Warning Strike Over Unpaid Salaries



– Non-payment of salaries owed to some resident doctors
– Five-day warning strike commenced on Monday
– Demands include repayment of withheld salaries and implementation of CONMESS upward review

The National Association of Resident Doctors at Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital (ABUTH) has begun a five-day warning strike, effective Monday, to protest the non-payment of salaries owed to some of its members.

The strike follows the expiration of a one-week ultimatum given to the hospital management on July 15.

The affected doctors, who were paid in percentage in June, are being owed salary arrears for 2021, amounting to N58,000 to N60,000 each.

The association is demanding the repayment of these withheld salaries, as well as the implementation of the 25% CONMESS upward review of salaries for members on the GIFMIS platform.

The hospital management had proposed to pay N2 million monthly from the overhead cost to offset the arrears of accoutrement allowance, which translates to N5,000 per member monthly.

However, the association is seeking N25,000 per member, as is the practice in over 60% of Federal Tertiary Health institutions in the North West zone.

The association is also demanding the payment of accrued allowances, including the arrears of accoutrement allowance, which has been pending since 2021.

The strike is expected to affect medical services at the hospital, with the association warning of further industrial action if their demands are not met.


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FCT Police Commissioner Urges Residents to Shun Nationwide Protest



– Nationwide protest scheduled for August 1
– FCT CP Bennett Igweh warns against participation
– Police efforts to ensure security in FCT may be jeopardized

The FCT Commissioner of Police, Bennett Igweh, has appealed to residents and indigenes to refrain from participating in the upcoming nationwide protest.

He emphasized the potential risks to the security efforts made by the police in the FCT.

Igweh highlighted the sacrifices made by the police to ensure safety in the FCT, citing the loss of officers in recent operations. He urged residents to appreciate these efforts by shunning the protest.

The CP acknowledged the government’s efforts to provide infrastructure, such as good roads, and urged residents to act maturely. He emphasized the importance of maintaining peace and security in the FCT.

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