Stakeholders in the academia and legal industries have decried the country’s dying reading culture, saying it is adversely affecting writing and book publishing.
15 Mar 2020
The Commander, Rapid Response Squad, RRS, Olatunji Disu, and Taiwo Ololade Salvador, convener of TOS Educational Initiative, have admonished Nigerian students on the need to embrace a good reading culture, as this will give them opportunities in life.
2 Nov 2019
Youths have been cautioned against getting addicted to smartphones to the detriment of their books.
8 Sep 2019
On the 8th of September each year, the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), under the United Nations (UN) umbrella, recognises the International literacy day. The International Literary day is an avenue for Government, civil society, policymakers, intelligentsia and stakeholders to seek improvements in the world’s literacy rate and reflect on the global…
3 Feb 2019
Once upon a time in Nigeria, youths enjoyed reading a lot even without being compelled to do so. As a result, they were able to gather a lot of books and novels. They also got to know many good authors names in the past.
22 Jun 2017
Edo State Deputy Governor, Philip Shaibu has disclosed that promoting reading culture among Nigerians would help the country confront its economic challenges.
8 May 2016
As part of efforts aimed at improving reading culture among students, curb illiteracy and promote academic excellence, Adetoun Akitoye has authored a book, How Students Can Fly In Colours.