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I want to venture into electric vehicles — Udoye Tobechukwu, first-class mechanical engineering graduate

Udoye Tobechukwu recently graduated from Covenant University’s mechanical engineering department, where he served as president, with a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 4.78 out of a possible 5. He speaks on his internship in France and career goals. Excerpt Please share with Edugist, a little about yourself and your background My name is Udoye […]

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BAMBARA

Five interesting facts about the Bambara people

The Bambara are a Mandé ethnic group native to much of West Africa, primarily southern Mali, Guinea, Burkina Faso and Senegal. Today they make up the largest Mandé ethnic group in Mali, with 80% of the population speaking the Bambara language, regardless of ethnicity. According to the Encyclopedia of Africa, “Bambara means “unbeliever” or “infidel”;

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Medical doctor offers N100 mln scholarships to Ebonyi students

A medical doctor and renowned philanthropist, Dr. Gideon Osi has donated scholarships worth N100 million to about 105 indigents of Ebonyi State. The beneficiaries who were students of all ages and backgrounds, were awarded based on financial need and academic potential. The medical doctor in a statement issued on Wednesday to announce the launching of

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ASUU

TETFund: ASUU opposes inclusion of private universities in projects

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has opposed the plan by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) to include private universities as beneficiaries of its projects. ASUU President, Prof. Emmanuel Osodeke, made this known at a two-day interactive session between TETFund and all unions of beneficiary institutions in Abuja on Wednesday. Osodeke said that

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Favouritism

Favouritism in Families and How it Impacts Child Development

As human beings, we tend to have preferences for certain things and certain people. We have our favourites for one reason or the other, and this is based on our personal tastes, experiences, environments or simply just what makes us feel good: a favourite meal, circle of friends, travel destinations, sense of style, and so

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Teachers Shortage

Crisis into Opportunity: Educators in Nigeria and the Global Teacher Shortage

As I lay in bed on the 27th of September 2023, the harsh reality of the Naira’s devaluation hit me like a ton of bricks. It was a stark reminder of the economic challenges that educators in Nigeria have been grappling with for some time. This year’s Teachers’ Day theme, “The Teachers We Need for

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