The Speaker, Federal House of Representative, Femi Gbajabiamila, has said that education and Islam cannot be estranged but the nation must get it right.
Switching to human knowledge economy for transformational growth
The need for leaders across the country to focus attention on human knowledge economy by prioritising education, investing hugely in the sector and ensuring quality delivery has been stressed.
I want to be a military lawyer, says Bishop Howells’ ‘one day principal’
Just like his predecessors, Master Oluwadamilare Isaiah Olawuyi was recently honoured by Bishop Howells Memorial Grammar School in Bariga, Lagos State as “One day principal” for his academic excellence churned
EKSU students deplore examination postponement
Students of Ekiti State University (EKSU) have decried the postponement of their December 7, 2019, examination to Monday 23rd by their vice chancellor, Prof. Edward Olanipekun.
Taming indecent dressing on campuses through strict regulations, sanctions
Nigeran undergraduates have embraced fashion trends that appear a little extravagant for students who are supposed to be certified worthy in character and learning upon graduation.
YABATECH unveils five-year strategic plan for improved technological advancement
The Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) has unveiled a five-year strategic plan for improved technological advancement of the institution.
Makinde applauds Bola Ige’s education policy
Oyo State governor, Seyi Makinde, has lauded the education policy of one of his predecessors and former Attorney General of the federation, late Chief Bola Ige.
NOUN deploys improved delivery mechanism to boost learning
To turn out the best graduates with knowledge, skills, values and character in the country, the governing council of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), has approved the improvement of the institution’s delivery mechanism and the upgrade..
‘Hate speech bill necessary to regulate content’
Vice chancellor, Crawford University, Prof. Isaac Ajayi has backed the hate speech bill, stating the need to regulate inappropriate contents posted on online platforms.
JAMB, post-UTME and question of credibility
Nigeria’s post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) tests seem to be from the sublime to the ridiculous at times, often tossed hither-thither like a ping-pong ball. Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL writes that with some House of Representatives lawmakers trying to throw the tests out of the nation’s…