Tag: education

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tosin adesinaAugust 12, 2018

The police interim report on NASS invasion is a true reflection of Nigeria’s rotten education sector

The state of Nigeria’s education sector has formed discourse at many fora with many calling on government to salvage our ...

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tosin adesinaJuly 13, 2018

The Purple Girl Foundation seeks to provide support for girl child education in Nigeria

The golden age of fifty is seen by many as a time to wine, dine and make merry, but for ...

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EditorJune 23, 2018

Buying a coffin for Nigeria’s education: #400 Recharge card per course

 by ‘Lakunle Jaiyesimi “For any exam solution!! Always visit www.naijaclass.com.ng. Physics = #400 MTN Card, Commerce = #400 MTN Card, ...

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tosin adesinaApril 8, 2018

[The Injustice Blog] Zamfara28: The federal government should not be worried

Education is the fastest way of illuminating the darkness surrounding an environment or a group of people. Western education has ...

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tosin adesinaApril 8, 2018

Akeredolu wants to start taxing poor pregnant women in Ondo state

Its now over a year that the administration of Arakunrin Rotimi Akeredolu SAN was inaugurated in Ondo state. The administration ...

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tosin adesinaMarch 28, 2018

UI just increased medical student fees on its unsuspecting students

When Mr Bill Gates was in Nigeria last week at the expanded National Executive Council Meeting of the federal government, ...

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tosin adesinaMarch 2, 2018

[The Injustice Blog] Akeredolu and his 17th Century classrooms

The best way to keep memory alive is through pictures, in the same vein the best way to pass a ...

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YNaijaFebruary 21, 2018

Interswitch in Supporting STEM Education in Nigeria, Introduces SPAK Initiative to Groom Interest in STEM subjects

 The Quality of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education in Nigeria is on a steady decline and the causes ...

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tosin adesinaFebruary 2, 2018

[The Activism Blog] DJ Cuppy has a deep love for education and she can’t hide it

Anytime the name DJ Cuppy is mentioned, her career in music and her billionaire father are the first two things ...

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Usman AlabiJanuary 22, 2018

[YNaija2019] 16 simple answers to all your PVC questions

Here are answers to some common questions about the Permanent Voters Card (PVC). Where can a person register to become ...

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tosin adesinaJanuary 12, 2018

[The Injustice Blog] Only 186 students wrote NECO in all of Zamfara last year, and no one seems worried about this

Cultural, religious and political forces have ensured that Northern Nigeria has trailed the rest of the country in matters of ...

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Ibeleogute IbodengJanuary 11, 2018

Opinion: If we will achieve sustainable development this year, then we have to make education a top priority

I have heard people lament about how education is boring, strenuous and less useful to the current realities of the times. What ...

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tosin adesinaDecember 29, 2017

[The Injustice Blog] The last thing any Northern state needs right now is another attack on education

The Nigerian North has suffered from decades of institutionalized illiteracy, fostered by religious practice and cultural alienation. Even though the ...

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EzinneDecember 14, 2017

The Thread: How Nigerian states got their names

Today, we bring you a history lesson by the irrepressible @Ikechukwu, our lecturer. We are aware that History was struck ...

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ToluDecember 13, 2017

“Winners of The Future Awards Africa Prize for Education will now be awarded scholarships of up to £5,000” – Adam Tickell, VC University of Sussex

Guests at 12th edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) watched as two young men, Oluyemi Oluwaseun Imole and Akanji ...

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EditorNovember 8, 2017

YNaija Editorial: The proposed 2018 budget reiterates just how out of touch our government is

After what has seemed like a year teetering on the edge of uncertainty, President Buhari has beaten an undisclosed illness ...

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Op-ed EditorNovember 4, 2017

Opinion: Restructuring our education system for a better Nigeria

by Temitope Adigun   One thing that is peculiar and synonymous to every society in the world is the urge ...

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AzeezNovember 3, 2017

Budget 2018: Four items Nigerians will be looking out for

by Alexander O. Onukwue What will be the major talking points in President Buhari’s 2018 budget which he would present ...

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Op-ed EditorNovember 3, 2017

Opinion: How to solve Nigeria’s substandard school problem

by Odia Iyoha   Look around where you are now, what do you see? The probability that you would see ...

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EzinneNovember 2, 2017

The Thread: “Very soon Nigerians will go to hospitals and not find a doctor” | TwitterNG sounds the alarm

According to this thread, a third wave of doctors’ exodus will soon occur. And it doesn’t appear the Federal Government ...

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Op-ed EditorOctober 28, 2017

Dele Momodu: A special tribute to the vision of Dr Tai Solarin

by Dele Momodu Fellow Nigerians, thanks for this special honour and privilege of inviting me to speak to you in ...

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Op-ed EditorOctober 27, 2017

Opinion: How the FG can save our education system

by Adisa Kabiru FCA   Since the 70s, the educational system of the Yorubaland has been gradually deteriorating. Standards have ...

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Mazi EmekaOctober 19, 2017

So you think you know Lagos III: How demolition and eviction by LASG is tearing families apart, disrupting education

It was Philomena Aya’s hands that conceived and birthed Daniel. It was the same hands that buried him 25 years ...

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YNaijaOctober 9, 2017

Co-founders of #IamMindful Africa meets with former president Olusegun Obasanjo

Africa’s indigenous youth platform #IamMindful Africa co-founders Toluwalase Eniola and Tola Odumosu meet African icon and former President of Nigeria ...

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Op-ed EditorOctober 8, 2017

Opinion: University of Abuja is a citadel of impunity and gross corruption

by Alex Enemanna   Gross impunity and opulent shenanigans are not new in Nigerian academic environment especially the public universities. ...

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Op-ed EditorOctober 8, 2017

Simon Kolawole: The forgotten conversations

by Simon Kolawole   A keen follower of the perennial debate on the state of the Nigerian union would have ...

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EzinneOctober 2, 2017

The Thread: The good thing about ASUU strikes

Strikes are a way of life in Nigeria. They are the last resort for organizations seeking to bend the Federal ...

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Op-ed EditorSeptember 29, 2017

Opinion: Nigeria is a lost nation

by Tijani Sheriffdeen Countries around the world wake up every new day to do something different, and of course productive. ...

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Op-ed EditorSeptember 27, 2017

Opinion: Governor Ajimobi, have you any answers to these questions about LAUTECH’s crisis?

by Busari Azeezat A parent whose child is 25 years is supposed to be at peace, after all, it is ...

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Op-ed EditorSeptember 25, 2017

Opinion: How to become the greatest Architect in Nigeria

by James Inedu George Typically, the design community in Nigeria like most fast-growing places on the continent, is extremely tight ...

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