At NICO conference, stakeholders seek help of traditional rulers in peace building
Leaders of traditional institutions, government agencies and other stakeholders recently converged on Ibadan, the Oyo State Capital, to deliberate on the task of forestalling peace and unity across the country.
UNESCO addressing importance of Lake Chad
UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) is holistically addressing the biosphere reserve and the world heritage importance of the Lake Chad Basin (LCB), an official has said.
NASU tasks TETFUND on funding of national library
The WAEC/Libraries and Others Trade Group Council of Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has decried the inadequate funding of national and state libraries.
At Queen’s School 65th anniversary, deserving old girls get awards
It was fun, excitement and reliving of old memories when old girls of Queens School, Ede, now at Ibadan, gathered at the Apata Ganga Ibadan campus of their Alma Mata...
Israel to withdraw from UNESCO before 2018
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that his country will withdraw from the UN cultural agency UNESCO.
Administrator seeks subvention for private schools
Administrator, Grace Schools, Gbagada, Mrs Tokunbo Edun has called on the government to give subvention to private schools to encourage them and enhance greater service delivery.
Ashaye: With better funding, Nigeria can make huge revenue from museums, bigger than oil
Ibironke Ashaye has contributed to the development of Nigerian museums, especially in the areas of exhibition and documentation of cultural collections across the country.
NIPSS declares Osun tourism sites potential gold mine
Tourism has become a worldwide industry, which is recognised as one of the top three constituents of world trade, ranking third after petroleum and the vehicle industries.