Private sector involvement crucial to lift sector, says Bank- Olemoh
The advocacy for education development in Nigeria received a boost recently as leaders in the provision of low fee education gathered to address the challenges in the sector and the role of the government as well as the private sector...
Lagos spends N1.8b on bursary, scholarships
The Lagos State government, through the Lagos State Scholarship Board, has been consistent in the payment of bursaries and scholarship awards to indigenes of the state, even before the administration of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.
State government approves next phase of CodeLagos initiative as 15,000 trained
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has approved the implementation of the next phase of the CodeLagos initiative, focused on expanding...
36% of Nigerian teenagers are mothers
About 36 per cent of Nigerian girls from ages 15 to 19 have at least one baby. The British Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos, Laure Beaufils, disclosed this yesterday.She spoke at the formal launch of “Educating Nigerian Girls In New Enterprises (ENGINE II).”
Lagos to train one million residents on coding by 2030
Lagos State Government said that it would have trained one million residents on coding by 2030 to make them to compete favourable for employments globally.
Ambode vows to clean up Lagos, seeks residents’ cooperation
Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Saturday assured residents that waste deposited on major highways and streets around the state would no longer be visible in a couple of weeks.
Lagos students lament non-payment of bursaries
Stdents of Lagos State origin in various parts of the country have lamented the non-payment of their 2016/2017 bursaries.
Lagos restates commitment to end graduate unemployment
Speaking during the Internship and Business Fair, held at the Lagos State University (LASU), where the 1000 candidates were selected, the Special Adviser to the governor on Education, Mr. Obafela Bank-Olemoh, said...
LASPOTECH crisis: Lagos heads to court, directs staff to return to work
To forestall any activity capable of impeding academic continuity for students of the Lagos State Polytechnic, the State Government has filed a motion on notice for interlocutory injunction before the National Industrial Court sitting in Lagos to restrain the unions from embarking on another strike action.