Like a clairvoyant, he spoke with conviction. His body language was unambiguous. He punctuated each sentence he made with equanimity and clarity.
NANS demands sack of education, labour ministers over NASU strike
Worried by the continuous strike action by the Non Academic Staff Union (NASU) in the nation’s universities’, the National Association of Nigerian Students...
Government partners The Vatican, builds science centre in Imo
The Federal Government has entered into partnership with The Vatican in the area of science education development in Africa. In order to actualise this
5.5m children to benefit from FG’s school feeding programme
Special Adviser on Social Investment to the president, Mrs Maryam Uwais has disclosed that about 5.5m school children would benefit from the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme of the federal government.
ICAN, Caleb University sign MCATI agreement
As part of effort to improve the accounting profession, the Institute of Chattered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), has signed a Mutual Cooperation Agreement with Tertiary Institutions (MCATI) with Caleb University, Imota.
Delta lawmakers to clamp down on unapproved private schools
Worried over the low quality of education in private schools, the Delta State House of Assembly has unveiled plans to clamp down on unapproved and unregistered private educational institutions in the state.
Meadow Hall Group rewarded for exemplary teaching, learning practices
The Lagos State government has commended Meadow Hall Group on the quality of its teaching and academic excellence.
World Bank earmarks $611 million to tackle Nigeria’s out-of-school children
World Bank Education Specialist and Consultant, Mr. Adebayo Solomon, at the flag-off ceremony, disclosed that the gesture was to support the federal and state authorities in their efforts to foster inclusion and revive growth, in alignment with the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) of the Federal Government.
197,050 qualified candidates denied admission in seven universities
As gaining admission into tertiary institutions in the country becomes an arduous task, data obtained from some schools around the country by The Guardian, sharply contradicts claims by the Joint Admission and Matriculations that over 75 per cent of the total number of qualified candidates....
Amid tight security, UNN matriculates 10,000 students
Amid tight security provided by a combination of Police, Army, officials of the State Security Services and Civil Defence, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), yesterday, matriculated 10,000 students into various programmes of the institution.
FUNAI matriculates 2, 000 Students
Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo (FUNAI), Ebonyi State has matriculated over 2, 000 students for the 2017/2018 academic session. In the ceremony held yesterday to usher in the freshmen into the seven faculties and college of medicine, the Vice-chancellor, Chinedum Nwajiuba noted that the students were admitted based on their successes in O’ Level examinations, the…