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The Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), on Wednesday, issued letters of appointments to about 1,086 teachers to join the public primary school teaching service in the state. (more…)
OYO State government, on Wednesday, defended the sack of the seven striking staffers of the Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, saying it had nothing to do with the strike.
The Commissioner for Education, Professor Taoheed Adedoja, while briefing newsmen after the weekly state executive council meeting in Ibadan, said that government was not aware of the sack of the chairman of the Academic Staff Union of the Polytechnic, Ibadan, Mr. Babatunde Dosunmu. (more…)
Oyo state Governor, Chief Adebayo Alao Akala, has forwarded the names of three Commissionership nominees to the State House of Assembly for confirmation, today
The nominees are: Mr.Adbulsalam Abdullahi from Surulere Local Government, Nureni Adeniran (Ibadan South West Local Government), and Mr. Jelili Agboola (Ibadan North East local government)
THE CODE of conduct Bureau has reiterated its warning to public Officers to declare their assets as any defaulter caught after a period of grace would face the wrath of the law.
Alhaji Yakubu Tukur, the acting National Chairman of the Bureau blamed the political office holders in Oyo State for not following the good example left by the state Chief Executive and his Deputy warning them to do the right thing at the right time or face the wrath of law.
Justice Badejoko Adeniji was yesterday appointed the 1st female judge of Oyo state
by the state Governor, Alao Akala.
The Oyo state House of Assembly had earlier ratified her appointment (more…)
TWO landlords Alhaji S. Oloye and Mr.O. Oloyo,with 24 bed room properties in Odo Oba Area,Ibadan, Oyo state are to spend the next 20 months in Jail for their failure to provide toilet facilities for their tenants.
They were however given an option of N15,000 fine by an Ibadan Customary Court that tried them
The complainant, Mr. Ajayi Olugbenga, a sanitary health officer told the court that the negligent act of the landlords constituted health hazards to the innocent pupils of the school.
He also argued that the refusal of the landlords to provide the facilities forced their tenants occupying 24 rooms in their apartments to defecate in nearby public schools with its attendant health hazards to school pupils
In his judgment, the Customary Court Judge, Chief Sunday Olatunde described the landlords as exploiters without the fear of God and concern for their tenants including health of innocent pupils in the nearby school.
Chief Olatunde said that the judgment passed on them would serve as a deterrent to other landlords in the city.
WORRIED by the state of insecurity in Oyo State, Law Makers in the State House of Assembly have appealed to the Executive arm of Government to provide a close circuit security camera to detect crime in the state
The close circuit system, according to the sponsor of the motion, Mrs. Olufunmilayo Orisadeyi would be located in strategic locations in the State.
Hon. Orisadeyi representing Ibarapa North and Central in the House of Assembly said that apart from detecting crimes, the Security Camera would also help in monitoring traffic offenders as well.
After exhaustive deliberation on the motion, it was referred to the House Committee on Security and strategy to fine tune it..
The Executive Director, Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN) Ibadan, Dr Solomon Funmilayo Badejo has called on State and Local Governments to support the Federal Government in funding research institutes in the country.