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COVID-19: PERSONS WITH DISABILITY IN DELTA CRY OUT FOR SUPPORT

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Please shareTweetPhysically challenged persons in Delta State have appealed to the government, corporate organisations and good spirited individuals to lend a helping hand to ensure their survival, lamenting neglect especially during this COVID-19 period.While lamenting that their individual challenges have always meant daily hardship for them, the outbreak of the novel virus has practically made

GROUP HAILS THE PASSAGE OF THE YOBE STATE PERSONS WITH DISABILITY BILL

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The Centre for Infrastructural and Technological Advancement for the Blind has lauded the Yobe state house of assembly for recently passing the bill for the establishment of a board for persons with disability.

In lockdown e-learning, FG violates rights of pupils with special needs

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Please shareTweetUnimpressed by the Federal Government’s excuses for not including special needs pupils in its ongoing e-learning programme, stakeholders insist the only way forward is through adequate planning, OLALEYE ALUKO reports The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, did not mince words when on May 11 he said that, regarding physically challenged pupils in

COVID 19: DISABILITY GROUP CALLS FOR ACTIVE PARTICIPATION

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Please shareTweetThe Center for Infrastructural and Technological Advancement for the Blind (CITAB), has taken a swipe at the federal government for not involving representatives from each disability group as part of the government’s committee since the beginning of the CoronaVirus Pandemic. The chairman of the group, Jolomi Fenemigho lamented on the unavailability of disabled stakeholders

Nassarawa Gov Should Enforce Free Education For Disabled Varsity Students

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Please shareTweetThe Centre for Infrastructural and Technological Advancement for the Blind (CITAB)  has  described as empty the free education offered by the State Governor to disabled students at Nassarawa State University. This was contained in a press release issued on Wednesday by the group’s Executive Chairman,  Mr Jolomi Fenemigho. Fenemigho expressed his disappointment with the

SANWO OLU: DISABLED GROUP DISMISSES 100 DAYS SCORE CARD

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Please shareTweet1ShareThe Centre for Infrastructural and Technological Advancement for the Blind (CITAB) has taken a swipe at the Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo Olu over his lack of attention for the disabled community in the state during his first 100 days in office. This was contained in a press statement issued by the Executive Chairman