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15 Nov
Call for 10% increase in sector’s budget The Chancellor of Wellspring University, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, and former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, have called for more funding in education to boost qualitative learning in the country. They made this appeal during a chat with the Vice Chancellor of Wellspring University, Prof. Isaac Ajayi, on…
11 Oct
To ameliorate the effect of the pandemic on education in Nigeria, the need for capacity development in online teaching and learning has been emphasised.
27 Mar 2017
Ambode gave this advice while delivering a convocation lecture titled, “Recession: Challenges and Recovery Prospects” at the Wellspring University, Benin City, Edo State at the weekend.

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