SUTTON OLUKAYODE SEVITON-Asst. Director, Public Affairs Unit

Member, Nigeria Institute of Public Relations (NIPR), Certified Marketing Communication Institute of Nigeria (CMCIN), Seviton Olukayode Sutton, was born on 21st May, 1973 in Surulere, Yaba, Lagos. He started his elementary School at the All Saints Anglican Primary School, Yaba and later attended Akoka High School, Akoka, Lagos and Cardoso High School, Apapa, Lagos, for his post primary education where …

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ELECTION POSTPONEMENT- LASG REVIEW SCHOOL CALENDAR.

The Lagos State Government has effected change in the School Calendar following the postponement of the scheduled election dates by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Her Excellency, Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Idiat Oluranti Adebule who made the decision public said all public and private schools should resume on Monday 18th February, 2019 as against Tuesday 19th February, …

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LASG INTRODUCES FRENCH QUIZ COMPETITION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

The Lagos State Government, through the Multilingual Centre, has introduced a new Quiz Competition to the extra-curricular activities of Secondary Schools with the maiden edition of a French quiz competition tagged: “A LA CONNAISSANCE DE LAGOS” – meaning “How Much of Lagos Do You Know”, held at the Immaculate Heart Comprehensive School Hall, Maryland. 18 Schools drawn from the Six …

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LASG RELEASES TIMELINES FOR Y2019 ADMISSION TEST INTO MODEL COLLEGES

The Lagos State Government has released the timelines for admission into its16 Model Colleges and Upgraded Junior Secondary schools, just as the sale of forms for the Screening of Primary Six pupils into the Schools is scheduled to commence from Monday 14th January 2019 till Friday 26th April 2019.   According to the Director, Lagos State Examinations Board, Mr. Olufemi …

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CODELAGOS: AMBODE APPROVES PHASE III

… Says N2m Prize For Winners Of First CodeLagos Contest In an effort to build on the milestones recorded by the CodeLagos initiative since its inception in 2017, the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has approved the expansion of the project to increase access for more Lagos residents, saying that Phase III will be targeted at increasing the reach …

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RESUMPTION DATE: LASG TO SANCTION ERRING SCHOOLS

Deputy Governor of Lagos State and the Superintendent of the Education Sector, Dr. Idiat Oluranti Adebule has reiterated the need for all schools in the State, both private and public, to comply with the School Calendar jointly agreed upon and resume on the 10th of September, 2018. Speaking at the Education Sectoral meeting on Thursday, Adebule frowned at a situation …

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Teachers Recruitment- LASG Sues for Patience

The Lagos State Government has urged applicants for the 2200 teachers recruitment in the State to be patient with the system.The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mrs Adebunmi Adekanye made the call following complaints by some applicants that the jobs portal (http//jobs:Lagos State.gov.ng) is slow. Adekanye opined that the portal was expected to be busy, given the number of applicants …

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STUDENTS WRITE TRANSFER SCREENING TEST INTO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Students seeking transfer into public schools in Lagos State for 2018/2019 academic session into JSS.11& SS.I today, wrote screening test. The examination was aimed at testing the applicants’ academic capabilities for the class they applied for in the state owned schools.   The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mrs. Adebunmi Adekanye led a monitoring team to assess the conduct of …

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PARENTS URGED TO SHUN TOUTS AS SCHOOLS TRANSFER FORMS CLOSE

Lagos State Government has warned parents and guardians of students seeking transfer into public secondary schools in the State to be wary of fraudsters posing as intermediaries between parents and the Ministry of Education to facilitate the process. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mrs.AdebunmiAdekanye who made this known said the process is a simple one that does not require …

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