Dr. Iphigenia Efunjoke Coker : A life of impact and excellence
It is near impossible to attempt to write an appreciation on Dr Iphigenia Efunjoke Coker MFR, an amazing amazon, worthy of emulation and recognition, a champion...
Queen's College first indigenous principal, Coker dies at 95
The death has been reported as the first Nigerian Principal of Queen’s College, Dr. (Mrs.) Iphigernia Elujoke Coker, aged 95.
Queens College is safe for competition, Elite Schools Cup organisers tell parents
The Elite Schools Cup Association (ESCA) has allayed the fears of some parents over their wards’ safety in Queen’s College, which is one of the venues for the competition.
LASG commences investigation into disease outbreak in Queen’s College
The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says that the state has commenced an investigation into the outbreak of an air-borne -flu-like illness among some of the students of Queen’s College and other schools in the state.
Igbobi, Queens College win season seven GTBank Lagos Masters’ Cup
Igbobi College Yaba and Queens College Yaba on Thursday emerged champions of the Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank) Lagos State Season Seven Master Cup in the boys and girls’ categories of the competition played at the Agege Stadium. In the final of the boys’ category, Igbobi College defeated Kings College Lagos 2-0. In the first half…
Kings, Queens College, St. Finbarr’s, others through to semifinals
Kings College, Lagos, Igbobi College, Yaba, Queens College, Yaba and Ansar-Un-Deen Girls’ High School, Itire, have booked their spots in the semifinals of the GTBank Lagos Masters Cup Season Seven played at the Agege Stadium.
One year after: Remembering lost dreams at Queens College, Lagos
One year after the death of Praise Sodipo, an orphan, who died of gastrointestinal perforation in the health crisis that rocked Queen’s College, Yaba...
Nationwide strike looms at unity colleges
A nationwide strike may begin in all Federal Government Colleges in the country unless the demands of the Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) are met.
Anambra leads in common entrance exam
Queens College, Yaba, Lagos recorded the highest subscription with 5524, while the least subscribed college was FGGC, Monguno in Borno State with only 21 candidates.