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UK charity to build entrepreneurial centres across Nigeria to tackle out-of-school menace

UK charity IA-Foundation is to establish skills acquisition centres in the six geo-political zones in Nigeria to empower millions of out-of-school children in the country. The initiative is the latest effort by the foundation to add value to the lives of some 20.2 million Nigerian kids currently out of school in Africa’s most populous nation. […]

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ANUPA advocates for increased funding in education, infrastructure

The Association of Nigerian University Professional Administrators (ANUPA) has highlighted insufficient funding as a significant obstacle to educational development in Nigeria. The Association observed that the government has failed to allocate adequate provisions for education funding in the budget, as recommended by the United Nations (UN). ANUPA pointed out that only a small percentage of

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Islamic state rebels attack school in Uganda,kill pupils

Nearly 40 pupils have been killed after rebels linked with the Islamic State (IS) group attacked Lhubiriha secondary school in Mpondwe,western Uganda on Friday. According to the BBC, five militants invaded the school around 23:30 (20:30 GMT) Friday, entering dormitories, setting fire and using machetes to kill and maim the pupils. The Allied Democratic Forces

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How teachers can teach students financial literacy

In a fast changing world where money making opportunities abound thanks to a digital and knowledge economy that has liberalised information and communication channels, financial literacy has also become an imperative. Financial literacy refers to the knowledge and understanding of financial concepts and skills that enable individuals to make informed and effective decisions about their

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Kano state government to cover NECO fees for 55,000 students

The governor of Kano state,Abba Kabir Yusuf, has given his approval for the immediate settlement of the NECO fees for 55,000 students attending public schools. During a press briefing at the government house, Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf highlighted some of the accomplishments achieved by his administration in the past twenty days. According to him, the

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We have established 147 Schools to improve education – FOMWAN

The Bauchi chapter of Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria (FOMWAN) says it has established 147 nursery, primary and secondary schools in 36 states and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) of Nigeria in their efforts to assist governments at all levels to improve the educational sector. This was stated by the national chairperson of FOMWAN,

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How I dumped varsity education for music after five UTME attempts — Crayon

Fast-rising singer, Charles Chukwu aka Crayon, has revealed how he dumped his pursuit for a university education to make music. In an interview with Hip TV,the Ijo Laba Laba crooner stated that he turned to music after sitting for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination five times. During his fifth attempt, the singer said he met

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Student Loan: Examining implications and lessons from around the world

Seven days ago, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu signed into law the Student Loan (Access to Higher Education) bill offering students who are struggling financially with interest-free loans. The Act, which replaces the Nigeria Education Bank Act, makes federal loans available to needy students so they can pay for their tuition fees. The Access to Higher

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