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Ways To Make Schooling More Fun (Video)

We often see the four walls of school like a prison yard that we all have to escape from like Michael Scofield in the series. Prison Break, and that’s understandable given the way teachers and some of our colleagues make academic work so rigid and uninspiring. But as always we’ve …

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Much Ado About A Certificate

Requirement: 2.2 and above!!…This is most likely the first thing a lot of brands stamp on their employment requirement. When they put out an ad for a job and even though this trend has reduced a bit. It is still the golden pass to get a blue chip job in …

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Kaduna Govt Spends N17M Monthly On School Feeding Program

The Kaduna State Commissioner for Education, Dr Shehu Usman Danfulani, Kaduna has revealed that the state government saved N17 million naira monthly from the education sector. The commissioner made this known while speaking with the Journalists in Kaduna state, he noted that this was due to the much-criticised verification exercise …

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Professor Najatu Muhammad Rejects Buhari Appointment

Professor Najatu Muhammad   has rejected her appointment as the Vice Chancellor for Dutse Federal University, Jigawa state by President Muhammadu Buhari. She made this known through in an open letter published in Daily trust titled ‘’Re: Federal Ministry of Education. Reconstitution of the Governing Councils of 12 Federal Universities.’ Najatu …

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602 IDPs Resume School In Borno

The Borno State government has commenced the relocation of the first batch of 602 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) at Government Girls Secondary School (GGSS), Yerwa to Dalori resettlement camp for the re-opening of closed public schools over Boko Haram insurgency in Maiduguri metropolis. This was disclosed on Monday at the …

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Girls Guide To Intensify Efforts In Nigerian Universities

The Nigerian Girl Guides Association (NGGA) said it will intensify efforts at popularising its activities among girls in universities across the country. The association’s Chief Commissioner, Mrs Maria Goretti Sule, made it known while speaking with NAN of the plan on the side-lines of the closing of a three-day workshop …

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Federal Government Needs To End Bsc, HND Dichotomy – Rector

The Rector of Kaduna Polytechnic, Dr. Mohammed B. Ibrahim has urged the Federal Government to end the dichotomy between Polytechnic and University graduates in the country because it impedes technology growth in Nigeria. Dr Mohammed stated this at the National Association of Polytechnics Students (NAPS) 2016 Legislative Summit/National Senate Meeting …

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