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1 day ago
Global Director of International Recruitment, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom, Mr Matt Dean, has emphasised the importance of students gaining work experience, while still studying in the university...
1 day ago
The appointment of vice chancellors in Nigerian universities is always full of intrigues. In many cases, the selection process is marred by conflicts of interests and petitions, which often results in legal actions.
1 day ago
A new report by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has revealed that girls are outperforming boys in reading across all education levels.
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The subject of declining quality at all levels is a frequently debated topic among stakeholders in education and the general public in Nigeria today.
1 day ago
The Executive Committee of Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC), headed by its President, Israel Akanji, has approved the appointment of Joan Olatoyosi Ayo, as the new Pro-Chancellor of Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State. Ayo took over from Oluwole Abegunde.
1 day ago
Stakeholders in the education sector have advocated investment in early education for children to achieve improved quality output and create a better society for all.
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Experts in the education sector have stated that Nigeria requires sound ethical values and principles to ensure political stability, improve productivity, international and financial ranking as well as attract direct economic benefits.
1 day ago
The prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is causing sleepless nights among parents and students over the future of students in the higher institutions.
1 day ago
Nigeria Info 99.3 has announced the commencement of the semi-final stages of the third edition of the ‘I Beg To Differ’ Student Debate Tournament.
1 day ago
The United Pastors Initiative for Good Governance (UPIG) has pleaded with the Federal Government to resolve the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
19 May
Popular radio station, Nigeria Info 99.3, has commenced the third edition of the “I Beg To Differ” student debate tournament. The programme is to reinforce its promise to support
19 May
Out of the nominated 7,000 teachers from 113 countries in this year’s Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Award, a chemistry teacher from Greensprings School, Mr Lanre Oguntoye, has emerged in the top 60.
19 May
The Provost, Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Lagos, Dr Wahab Azeez, has advised matriculating students of 2021/2022 Nigeria Certificate In Education (NCE) and Professional Diploma

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Newly appointed coach of the Super Eagles, Jose Peseiro, brought three assistant coaches to the team, bringing the number of technical crew members to eight.
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The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, yesterday, stated that the Kano-Jibia Maradi railway line, when completed, would help to crash the price of cement in the country.
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An appeal panel of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has disqualified Mr. Sunday Oche and three others from participating in the party’s primaries scheduled for today.
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If the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, thinks it is going to sell Nigerians another dummy, it should do a rethink because Nigeria needs PDP now more than ever.
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Such is the question that we must constantly ponder particularly now that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has just embarked on another strike action.