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Again Teacher kidnapped in Kwara State, NUT calls for urgent action

The National Union of Teachers (NUT) in Kwara State has expressed deep concern over yet another reported case of kidnapping, which has further heightened fears among educators and students alike. The incident involved Femi Ajayi, a school teacher at Baptist Grammar School (BGS) in Isanlu Isin. In an official statement released yesterday, the NUT condemned […]

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Prestige Nigeria Education Awards calls for nominations ahead of 2023 edition

Prestige Nigeria Education Awards (PNEA) has officially opened nominations for its highly anticipated 2023 edition according to a press release made available to Edugist. The prestigious awards aim to recognise and honour excellence in the education sector, inviting individuals, organisations, and the general public to submit nominations across various award categories. The initiative celebrates the

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‘Life is hard already so students need happiness’

Meet Sunday Oyedeji, a language virtuoso hailing from the vibrant city of Ifon,Osogbo in Osun state. With an unwavering passion for the English language, he exudes the charm of a grammarian, the finesse of a communication expert, and the wisdom of a dedicated English language and media studies teacher. Sunday prides himself on being a

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Ganduje’s free education policy fundamentally flawed – Kano Govt

Kano State Commissioner for Education, Umar Haruna Doguwa, has described the free education policy of the immediate past administration in the state as fundamentally flawed and not capable of yielding positive outcomes. “The fact that many primary and secondary schools in the state lacked furniture, appropriate infrastructure, and other resources, as well as a poor

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11 inmates in Enugu custodial centre graduate from NOUN

Eleven inmates from the Enugu Custodial Special Study Centre have successfully completed their studies at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) during the 2022/2023 Academic Year. Additionally, a matriculation ceremony was held in Enugu, where 50 new students were welcomed. During the 12th Convocation and Matriculation Ceremony, the Controller of Corrections in Enugu State,

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NANS calls for reduction in school fees amid subsidy removal

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has demanded a reduction in school fees across tertiary institutions in the country to cushion the effects of fuel subsidy removal on students. Its coordinator, North Central Zone, Shedrack Anzaku, said this in Abuja on Thursday while speaking with newsmen at the official declaration of Deniran Rioborue as

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NAPPS calls for collaboration to combat exam malpractice

In an effort to address the issue of exam malpractice in the education sector, the Mowe-Ofada Unit of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) has appealed to all stakeholders involved in education. According to The Punch, during the recently concluded 2023 Unified Private Primary Schools Examination (UPPSE) held in Mowe-Ofada, Folorunsho Famiwo,

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‘My private school education was like going from frying pan to fire’ —  Lasisi

Ruqayah Lasisi is a first class graduate of Microbiology from Oduduwa University. She emerged as Best Graduating Student, Department of Biological Sciences in the 2021/2022 academic session. In this interview with Edugist, she speaks on her journey through undergraduate studies and her experience as a private university student in Nigeria. Please share with Edugist, a

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