Mrs. Cynthia Adama has not slept in almost five days as her gaze remained fixated on her 12-year-old daughter, who was admitted at the Child Emergency Unit of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) Idi-Araba.
Author accuses JAMB, publisher of conspiracy
Thirty-four-year-old author of Last Days at Forcados High School, Dr. Ayobami Hanif Mohammed, has accused the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and the Cassava Republic Press of conspiring to violate his copyrights.
Company boss tasks government on polytechnic studies
Managing Director, Lagos state Water Corporation, Muminu Adekunle Badmus has tasked government and stakeholders to come up with a clear cut policy on polytechnic education saying this is only way to make the country...
U.S varsity pledges $30 million five-year education plan for Africa
United States of America (U.S) based Campbellsville University has announced a $30 million five-year empowerment plan for education in Africa. The intervention fund is to develop a network with educational partners....
Teach for Nigeria berths in Lagos, pledges to bridge inequality in education
Teach For Nigeria (TFN), a non-governmental organisation and global network of social enterprises working to increase access to quality education as well as expanding educational opportunities around the world has launched in Nigeria.
Organisation pledges to demystify learning of mathematics among pupils
Chairman, Mathematics Laboratory Limited, Mr. Andy Akhigbe, has assured that the newly launched “Naija Mathematics Olympiad,” an online platform designed to help primary and secondary school pupils study and practice maths....
When governors neglect UBE at pupils’ peril
Imagine a school building with its tattered roof suspended mid-air, barely clinging to its support frames and classroom walls riddled with holes for lizards to hold a convention.
Ayilara, Ishola, Sowemimo shine at Logophile spelling bee competition
For displaying proficiency in vocabularies and spelling, Zany Ayilara of CK. Kotun Memorial School, Demelade Abiola lshula of Kid’s Court School, and Murewa Sowemimo of Greensprings School, have emerged overall winners of the second edition....
10 students get first class at Veritas University
About ten out of 180 graduands came out with first class degree at the combined fourth and fifth convocation of Veritas University, Abuja.The institution’s vice chancellor, Prof Michael Kwanashie.....
College rejects government’s directive to discontinue non- core agricultural courses
Following the recent directive by the federal government for the three Universities of Agriculture in the country to discontinue running non-core agriculture courses, the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike.....