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Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has lamented the rising wave of insecurity in the country, which has greatly affected the education sector.
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Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi has promised a 30 per cent allocation to the education sector in the state’s 2022 budget.
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Rt. Rev. Christian Onyia, Bishop of Anglican Diocese of Nike in Enugu State, has identified five major solutions to kidnapping and banditry in the country. Onyia made this known
An 18-year old girl, Miss Sophia Oyibo Awajibene, yesterday assumed office as the Rivers State Commissioner for Information and Communication.
A recent study on transportation has described as unfair, the transport infrastructure in the country, to passengers with disabilities.
A foremost Islamic private technical college in the Southwest, Al-Kawthar Science and Technology College has emphasised the need to prioritised technical education, as the adoption
Co-Impact has reiterated its commitment to raising and deploying $1 billion, through its Gender Fund, to initiatives working to advance gender equality and promote women’s leadership
A wise proverb suggests not putting all your eggs in one basket. Apparently, when you measure the above proverb with the recent decision taken by our policy-makers
For the nation’s education sector, like other sectors of the polity, this year has remained an unusual one for the delivery of teaching and learning.
University administration is one of the most daunting jobs in the education sector, and to some extent, the larger society. Perhaps, this informed the decision by governments
For over a decade, calls for the establishment of Nigerian Education Bank has been on, but not much has been heard in terms of implementations. The 1993 Nigerian Education Bank Act
UBA Foundation has announced the commencement of the 2021 edition of its yearly National Essay Competition.