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24 Jan
Seun Osewa, a tech enthusiast gained admission to study electrical engineering at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU). While his education continued to be interrupted by lecturer strikes, students, as well as parents, started getting accustomed to the squabble between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the government. As students pursue other interests, Osewa…
10 Dec 2018
It is no longer news that the academic curriculum in Nigeria ’s educational institutions - nursery, primary, secondary, and tertiary is older than the country itself. They were passed down by the British colonial masters more than sixty years ago. What is news is that civilisation, development, and innovation have left it behind. Most worrisome…
7 Oct 2017
At least two schools of thought have emerged on lyricism within Nigerian hip-hop. One lays all the blame for the lack of intelligence in lyrics at the foot of the listener.


2 hours ago
Bernardo Silva backed up Pep Guardiola's claim he is the best player in the Premier League right now by scoring twice as Manchester City cruised to the top of the Premier League with a 3-1 win at Watford.
2 hours ago
Nigeria will be added to Britain's travel "red list" at 0400 GMT on Monday, health minister Savid Javid said on Saturday. All travellers from Nigeria to Britain will also have to quarantine on arrival in hotels as cases of Omicron spiked to 160. The new restrictions were put in place to slow down the spread…
2 hours ago
Shortly after the successful launch of its ‘Be the Spec’ campaign and the unveiling of the top-rated TV show host, Ebuka, as its new ambassador, 2Sure Nigeria has launched a new disruptive ‘No be Wash’ campaign, assuring Nigerians that it is capable of delivering on all its promises for all-round germ protection and care.
3 hours ago
Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, on Saturday, said the state government has paid over N34 billion as pension accrued rights under his administration.
4 hours ago
Tens of thousands of Austrians turned out Saturday for the third straight weekend of protests against the government's coronavirus measures, police said.