Thursday, 8th June 2023


26 May 2022
The subject of declining quality at all levels is a frequently debated topic among stakeholders in education and the general public in Nigeria today.
22 Nov 2021
Among the fundamental problems facing education globally is the question of whether education should be free or commercialized; in other words, education as a commodity or public good.
11 Sep 2021
The All Progressives Congress (APC) Media Team of FGN/UBE Project Inspection, has commended Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi for his unprecedented achievements
11 Mar 2020
Efforts by the ex-President Goodluck Jonathan administration to lift the North educationally got a boost yesterday, as the Senate considered the menace of street begging
8 Mar 2020
Lagos State government has been implored to lay more emphasis on the monitoring and implementation of intervention programmes meant to improve basic education
7 Jul 2019
The Executive Director, Human Development Initiatives (HDI), Olufunso Owasanoye has called on stakeholders in the education sector, including the media to help minimise corruption in the education sector. She said this during a roundtable for the media and civil society organisations on Monitoring of the Utilisation of Universal Basic Education (UBE) Funds Project She said:…
25 Jan 2019
As the head of the Policy Division in the Federal Ministry of Education in years 1999 to 2002, I came to a very deep understanding of the myriad of issues that internally frustrate the teaching profession and undermine its potential as a source of human capital development. All over the world, education is recognized as…
16 Jan 2019
Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today, Malcolm X, the popular American Muslim minister and human rights activist once said. And in local parlance, the old saying rings true, that education is the best policy.
4 Nov 2018
The World Bank has said $611m released for the Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) operation in Nigeria was meant to support government to strengthen the Universal Basic Education programme (UBE) and out -of -school children challenges. The World Bank Task Team Leader in charge of BESDA, Hajiya Aisha Garba, stated this at the…
18 Aug 2018
While it seems like it has been raining corns and pear this season, studies have shown that the african pear contains essential ingredients for warding off diseases and can help protect women against postmenopausal breast cancer. Ube which has been described as a hypoallergenic fruit has an indigo coloured covering over a greenish pulp and…
2 Mar 2017
Justice John Tsoho of the Federal High Court, sitting in Abuja yesterday declared as enforceable, the right of every Nigerian to free and compulsory primary and junior secondary education.


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On Monday, May 29, 2023, Nigeria welcomed a new President and Commander-in-Chief to the epicenter of national power. The ascension of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is an affirmation that Nigerian democracy is maturing and it is moving into a new cruising level.
14 mins ago
Unless they win their last two games of the ongoing Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) Championship Play-off, Bendel Insurance and Remo Stars may not qualify to represent Nigeria next season in any CAF inter-club competition.
34 mins ago
Director-General of World Trade Organisation (WTO), Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said yesterday the international community has a collective responsibility to help members harness the full potential of the digital economy for economic growth,...
35 mins ago
Nigerian tertiary institutions, especially those owned by government have over time, been blamed for inability to proffer solutions to the nation’s numerous challenges through research.
38 mins ago
Browsing through the internet this morning, I came across an article written by one Bob Majiri Oghene Etemiku, which he titled: “Buhari’s Blood Runs Through Osinbajo’s White Agbada.”