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26 May 2016
The rising tide of quacks masquerading as teachers in the country’s education system remains a potent source of pain to the director of Bridge End International School, Calabar, Cross River State ...
26 May 2016
As unemployed graduates await the commencement of the recruitment of 500,000 Nigerians as classroom teachers nationwide, fraudsters have cashed in on the programme to defraud many ...
11 Jun 2015
The Civil Society Action Coalition on Education For All, has urged the Federal Government to focus and prioritise teachers' development
1 Apr 2015
“We charge the lowest school and accommodation fees in the country. Last year, and all the years I have been vice chancellor, we have been charging N7, 000 as accommodation fee. This session, we increased it to N10, 000 for the old buildings and N15, 000 for the newly renovated ones.

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9 mins ago
Two soldiers and three police officers were reportedly killed on Saturday night as unknown gunmen attacked security checkpoints along the Enugu/Abakaliki highway.
9 mins ago
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is on the road to a rough time this year with more of its major partners threatening they will not renew their partnerships when they elapse. Their grouse is on what some described as the football house’s unprofessional attitude to corporate relationships.
10 mins ago
Coming in the midst of another spell of fuel crisis heating up the polity, the setting up of a 14-man steering committee to enforce petroleum products supply does not portend any cheer for embattled Nigerians who have to contend with the attendant dislocation and galloping inflation.
12 mins ago
Community leader, Dr. Frank Ugwu, has challenged politicians to work for unity. He enjoined people of Nsukka cultural zone of Enugu State to reflect on their love and support for one another.
14 mins ago
A group, Concerned Parents of Federal University Lokoja, has cautioned the vice chancellor, Prof. Olayemi Akinwumi, against turning the institution to an “ethnic entity,” reminding him that he must address alleged rising tuition and nepotism.