Ogun Govt. Warns Applicants Into School Of Nursing Against Fraudsters

Ogun, NLC, TUCThe Ogun State Government, has called on all candidates seeking admission into the state’s owned school of Nursing for the 2017/2018 academic session, to visit the State Ministry of Health, Department of Nursing Services, Room 104, New Secretariat, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta for admission procedures.

This is in effect is to save them from falling victims of fraudsters and admission racketeering.

In a statement signed by the State Commissioner for Health, Mr Babatunde Ipaye,  the warning became imperative for the prospective candidates in order not to fall victims of fraudsters while seeking for admission into the School of Nursing both online registration and hard copy documentation of application procedures.

According to the statement, all interested candidates must at least possess five (5) O’level credits in not more than two sittings including English language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology, while candidates awaiting result can also apply.

The statement also had it that, applicants are expected to have a functional E-mail address as application closes on Wednesday, June 30, 2017.

However, a Computer Base Test (CBT) Examination for all successful candidates will come up on Saturday, July 8, 2017 at the School of Nursing (SON), Idi-Aba Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital by 8:00am.

NFF Pledges Support For Channels National Kids Cup

Channels National Kids CupThe President of the National Football Federation, Mr Amaju Pinnick, has thrown its weight behind the yearly Channels National Kids Cup competition, saying that it has become a veritable and credible platform for grassroots youths development

Mr Pinnick endorsed the championship on Saturday in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital in south-west Nigeria at the maiden meeting of the South-west States Football Forum held to chat a new course for football development in the south-west states of Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Ekiti and Ondo.

He also said that the choice of Sunday Oliseh, as the national coach of the national team, the Super Eagles, was not a misplaced priority, considering his experience, the mastery of the game and his developmental credentials, saying “under him Nigeria’s Football Development is on a right course”.

The NFF President, however, solicited the support and understanding of all Nigerians towards the successful implementation of the task ahead

Participants at the event, which included football administrators, coaches, egg heads in football development and other dignitaries, agreed that the way to go remained the development of grassroots football.

Channels National Kids Cup is Channels Television’s Corporate Social Responsibility aimed at promoting grassroots football in Nigeria.