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The girl-child has continued to be at the receiving end when it comes to discrimination in society, as this unfortunate development prevents her from attaining her full potentials in life.
4 days ago
Towards enhancing the nation’s productivity, United States-based Emeritus Professor of engineering, Augustine Esogbue has advocated more focus on the teaching of system
21 Sep
FunmilOLA Ojelade is the President of, Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN). In this interview with Bridget Chiedu Onochie
12 Aug
Ebonyi State Governor David Umahi, yesterday, advocated the implementation of a compulsory one-year qualifying programme for engineering graduates, saying that such would equip young engineers
27 Jun
The Federal Government has designed a mechanism to ensure and evaluate compliance with Executive Order Five (EO5) for planning and execution of projects; promotion of Nigerian content
16 May
Lagos State government has revealed that the best two pupils to emerge from the Eko Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (EKO STEM) quiz would be given the scholarship
17 Dec 2020
Coordinator, Women in Technical Education and Development (WITED), Yaba College Technology chapter, Dr. Oluseun Popoola has identified cultural barriers and low support base as factors limiting women from attaining their full potentials in technical fields.   Popoola, who spoke at the first WITED conference in Lagos, said instead of encouraging women to pursue career choice in…
21 Apr 2020
As more campus radio stations continue to spring up in the country, a professor of journalism and mass communication, Ralph Akinfeleye, has insisted that campus radio must not be a PR tool
5 Oct 2019
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has indicated that the 9th National Assembly might take up the issue of local content with the executive arm to ensure that Nigerian engineers take charge of all engineering projects in the country.
2 Apr 2019
The Federal Government is partnering the Republic of India on space research, peaceful use of atomic energy and biotechnology in the country. Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, stated yesterday in Abuja, when the High Commissioner of India to Nigeria, Abhay Thakur, paid him a visit, that the partnership would improve the relationship…
25 Jan 2019
Three winners have emerged from the robotic yearly First Lego League (FLL) Nigeria National Championship hosted by Baze University, Abuja. The competition, which hosted 600 pupils of ages nine to 16, had Team AI Squad from Hillside School, Abuja won the first-place Champion’s Award; team Federal Government College (FGC), Odogbolu, Ogun State, won the second place, while Team Glistobots,…
1 Nov 2018
The Organisation for Women in science for the Developing World (OWSD), Lagos chapter have called on more women to embrace STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) as well as research in Nigeria. The organisation, a body of women scientists and researchers said there are few women embracing science and technology in the country, which calls for…

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The Minister of State for Health, Sen. Olorunnimbe Mamora, says the Presidential Task Force, which later metamorphosed into the presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, contributed to the success of the Nigerian COVID-19 response.