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Most people are intimidated by GMAT – Kolubah

Most people are intimidated by GMAT – Kolubah

Daniel Kolubah, President and Chief Executive Officer of Baltimore, USA based Unique Enterprise, was in Nigeria for the first time last week. In this interview with our News Editor, Sunday,…

Stakeholders canvass closer ties between parents, schools

By Oyeniran Apata / Correspondent, Lagos Stakeholders in the education sector have called for improved collaboration between parents and owners of schools for improved learning and proper child upbringing. The call was…

Tinubu to get LAUTECH award

Tinubu to get LAUTECH award

National Leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and Chancellor of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will be conferred with a honourary degree D.Sc (Honoris Causa)…

LASU may lose N2b NEEDS fund

By  Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos Lagos State University (LASU) may be denied funds meant for it from the Needs Assessment Intervention fund if the university authority does not implement the…

Lagos community laments over absence of public schools

Lagos community laments over absence of public schools

Inhabitants of Orisunmibare, a rural community in Alimoso Local Government Area of Lagos State have appealed to the Governor BabatundeFashola led administration to build public schools in the community. The…

Stakeholder makes case for combined curricula

Stakeholder makes case for combined curricula

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase  / Reporter, Lagos An educationist who is the Executive Director of Silversands Hall Schools, Barrister Ima-Mariam Agunbiade has affirmed that sticking to the use of single curriculum in…

British Council offers six Nigerian lecturers research grants

By Oyeniran Apata  /  Lagos  The British Council has awarded research travel grants to six Nigerian university lecturers to enable them undertake research visits to partners in UK universities under the…

Don tasks alumni associations on development

Vice-Chancellor of Ekiti State University, Prof Patrick Oladipo Aina, has called on the members of alumni associations to join their alma mater to provide necessary support for the growth and…

LASPOTECH seeks befitting admin block

Rector of Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Dr. Adbulazeez Lawal, has appealed to the state government for improved funding to enable the institution put up a befitting administrative block for the…

ACSI seeks wholesome Christian educational system in Africa

By Adedayo Odulaja and Seyi-Taiwo OguntuaseLagos. Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) has called for the adoption of a wholesome Christian education system which it says is the only way…

Students get tips on leadership

By Seyi Taiwo-Oguntuase / Reporter, Lagos Optimum Impact, a children and youth leadership learning and development platform, has again organised a week bootcamp for pupils and students in the country to inculcate…

British Council Schools Network goes live in Nigeria

By Oyeniran Apata  /  Lagos British Council Schools Network (BCSN), a network of British Council Associate Schools in Nigeria, is set to deliver products and services that will enable schools to…

The making of Seriki of Egbaland

The making of Seriki of Egbaland

By Segun Adeleye,  Correspondent, Ado Ekiti   In modern Nigeria, the Egbas are very prominent people.  The prominence and popularity they enjoy till date are products of the rare privilege…

Insecurity and challenges of nationhood

Insecurity and challenges of nationhood

By  Funmi Falobi Senior Reporter, Lagos Nigeria at present is going through what is perhaps its most serious security challenge. The latest bombing at Nyanya, a suburb of the Federal…

How robbery gang infiltrated company

How robbery gang infiltrated company

By Andrew Utulu / Lagos The stock of materials which Reckitt-Benckise pharmaceutical company based in Agbara, Ogun State use in manufacturing its ware had been strangely depleting for a long time…

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