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Dawn of new era at FRSC

Dawn of new era at FRSC

By Chibuzor Emejor –  Correspondent, Abuja It was an emotion- filled moment last week at the headquarters of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC), when officers and marshals of the…

LASAA: Charting way forward for outdoor advertising

By Ekene Okoro / Snr. Correspondent, Lagos When the Lagos State Signage and Advertisement Agency (LASAA) was established in 2006, only a few had thought it would achieve its set out…

Intrigues in unity schools’ admission policy

Intrigues in unity schools’ admission policy

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase / Reporter, Lagos There is no gainsaying the fact that the desire of an average Nigerian parent is centredaround providing their children/wards the best or most qualitative education,…

BAZE VC, dons win international awards

By Innocent Oweh / Abuja Nigeria has again gained international recognition in the field of education as three representatives from the country won international awards in far away India and United…

I’ll phase out old school buildings in Osun – Aregbesola

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos  Governor of Osun, OgbeniRaufAregbesola, has assured people of the state that by the end of his second term in office, no school would be left…

Expert canvasses ICT-based education

By SeyiTaiwo-Oguntuase / Reporter, Lagos An expert in digital technology, Dele Agbeyo, has called for the deployment of modern learning technological devices and facilities in tertiary institutions to enhance standard of…

Chibok abduction could have been averted – ex-Austrian Ambassador

Former Nigerian Ambassador to Austria, BiodunOwoseni, has said the current crisis occasioned by the abduction of over 200 schoolgirls from Chibok, Borno State by the BokoHaram sect could have been…

NEDS, USAID present state reports at forum

By Oyeniran Apata / Correspondent, Lagos   The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education and the National Population Council have presented and discussed…

NOUN study centre for police opens in Abuja

A study centre of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) for men of the Nigeria Police who desire to further their education and update their knowledge has been commissioned…

NOUN VC explains hike in fees

Vice Chancellor, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Professor Vincent Tenebe, has said the recent increase in charges payable by its students is to take care of huge investments in…

Focus on your studies,Bridge House students told

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  /  Reporter, Lagos  Amidst pomp and pageantry, Bridge House College celebrated its 10th anniversary, annual prize giving day and formal presentation of a new school building. The…

Set education as your priority, students tasked

Nigerians students have been urged to make education their priority in order to excel in life. A cleric, Dr. OlayinkaMatimoju gave the advice at the graduation and valedictory service of…

Apapa High School tops Mike Okonkwo contest

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase / Reporter, Lagos A student of Apapa Senior High School, Apapa, Ms. Patience Brown has emerged as winner of this year’s Mike Okonkwo National Essay Competition for secondary…

Stakeholders counsel parents on talents in children

By Oyeniran Apata  / Correspondent, Lagos Parents, guardians, government and other stakeholders in the education sector have been tasked on the need to indentify and encourage their children and wards to…

Provost warns against absenteeism, examination cheats

By OyeniranApata  / Correspondent, Lagos Provost of the Federal College of Education (Technical) Akoka, Dr. SijibomiOlusanya, has warned the 900 male and female new students of the college for the 2013/2014…

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