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Education ministers assume office, call for team work

The Minister of Education, Tahir Mamman, and the Minister of State for Education, Yusuf Sununu,today, Monday, August 21,2023 assumed office and called for team work to build the education sector. They were received by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, David Adejo, Directors and heads of parastatals under the ministry. Mamman, in his speech, […]

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OSPOLY: Controversy surrounds Rector’s suspension as investigation panel snubs Odetayo

In a surprising turn of events surrounding the suspension of Dr. Tajudeen Odetayo, the Rector of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, the state government’s investigation panel has chosen not to invite him to its sittings during its inquiry into allegations against him. The panel, led by Muritala Jimoh, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education,

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Ambrose Alli University graduates 30 students living abroad

The management of Edo State Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, has said that at least 30 students took examinations and graduated from the school while living outside Nigeria in the last two years. Osakue, a member of the Special Intervention Team (SIT) of the university, disclosed this last weekend while submitting the progress report of

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Between Ife and Modakeke: Two brothers at ‘Peace’

HISTORY:Historians have described the crisis between Ile-Ife and Modakeke as one of the oldest intra-ethnic conflicts in Nigeria.The collapse of Old Oyo Empire in the 19th century caused a flood of refugees to migrate down south, leading one of the displaced Oyo group of people to settle down in the area known today as Modakeke.

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Armed gunmen abduct 8 NYSC members, driver in Zamfara

In a shocking incident that unfolded on Saturday, a group of armed individuals abducted a total of eight National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members along a highway in Zamfara State, situated in Nigeria’s North-west region. The targeted corps members were traveling aboard an AKTC bus, which was en route from Uyo in Akwa Ibom State

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Engineers seek paradigm shift in engineering education

The General Manager, Renewable Energy, Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC), Mrs. Valerie Agberagba, has reiterated the urgency for a paradigm shift in engineering education to reposition graduates towards developing industry-relevant skills. She noted that the traditional technical skills and old ways of doing things have become ineffective, hence, the need to embrace new norms

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Niger Delta students laud Tinubu’s allocation of N5b palliative fund to states

Students from the Niger Delta region have expressed their appreciation towards President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for his prompt endorsement of a N5 billion palliative grant for each state in the federation, aimed at mitigating the repercussions of the fuel subsidy removal. In a commendable gesture, these students, represented by the Niger Delta Students Union Government

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‘My experience studying in India was a positive one’

Esther Nwadike obtained her law degree from Karnataka State Law University, India. She shares her experience studying in India and her future potential in the legal profession. Excerpts. Please share with Edugist a little about yourself and your background. My name is Esther Ebubenna Nwadike, and I am a legal practitioner currently working at Star

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Taraba Govt partners with US to improve mining, agriculture, education

Taraba State Governor, Agbu Kefas says his administration is prepared to improve the lots of citizens in all facets of the state’s economy to ensure that development reaches the nooks and crannies of the state. The governor revealed this recently during a meeting with the US Embassy in Abuja to discuss potential areas of cooperation,

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Isese Day: Preserving cultural heritage

Five southwestern states in Nigeria including Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital have declared today as a holiday, that is, work-free to mark Isese Day, a traditional Yoruba festival celebrated on August 20, every year. The other states are Ekiti, Ogun, Osun and Oyo. This draws attention to the need to preserve cultural heritages and the inevitable

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