Iwo land is grateful to Mr. President
Sir: I wish to appreciate the President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forced, President Muhammadu Buhari and the Minister of Education, Prof. Adamu Adamu for the decision...
How Mountain Top varsity excels in online learning, by VC
Vice-Chancellor, Mountain Top University (MTU), Ibafo Ogun State, Prof. Elijah Ayolabi, has stated that the university has a world-class Information and Communications Technology (ICT) facility that can compare to any of its kind in any part of the world.
UK cautious Nigerian students against money laundering
The British Government has warned intending Nigerian students to the United Kingdom against engaging in money laundering and other criminal activities.
Why Nigeria must embrace e-voting, by ex-minister
Former Minister of Science and Technology, Prof. Turner Isoun, has warned that violence during election period may persist if the nation refuses to deploy electronic voting (e-voting).
Mr. President bring back education glory
The fact that everyone confesses that education brings a brighter future and by extension shines a light on a nation does not make the most government give education the attention it deserves. Therefore, it is hard to over-emphasise the wretchedness and difficult position which the ruling government has made education become in recent time.
FG redeploys 11 directors, heads of unity schools
Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has approved the redeployment of 11 directors and principals of Federal Unity Colleges, to strengthen service delivery and fill existing vacancies in the education sector.
When ethnicity takes centrestage in appointment of varsity CEOs
At the recently concluded screening exercise for ministerial nominees, Adamu Adamu had talked passionately about the lopsidedness in the current process...
CSOs urge National Assembly to amend 2004 UBE Act
Civil society organisations have urged the Ninth National Assembly to amend the Universal Basic Education Act (2004) to extend its coverage from Junior to Senior Secondary Education from nine to 12 years.