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ASUU opposes advertisement for Vice Chancellor role at Modibbo Adama University, Yola

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) chapter at Modibbo Adama University (MAU), Yola, has voiced its disapproval of the university’s recent advertisement for the position of vice chancellor. The union, which called a press conference on the matter, stressed that it totally rejected the advertisement of the vacancy for the post of vice chancellor

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West Africa School of Internet Governance announces Fellowship 2024

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission has announced the 7th West Africa School of Internet Governance (WASIG) Fellowship 2024, with applications due by May 15, 2024. The fellowship comprises a one-month certified online course followed by an in-person intensive session in Dakar, Senegal. The online portion of the training runs from May

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Child Education: The Impact on parenting, development, components

Parenting is a profound journey marked by joys, challenges, and countless opportunities for growth. At the heart of effective parenting lies the transformative power of child education. Through the principles of education, parents can navigate the complexities of raising children with wisdom, compassion, and purpose. This essay explores how child education can empower parents to

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20 Yoruba proverbs and their meaning

Yoruba proverbs known as “owe” are short sayings originating from the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Yoruba proverbs convey a piece of wisdom, advice, or cultural insight. They are rich in imagery, metaphor, and traditional beliefs specific to the Yoruba culture. Youruba proverbs teach historical lessons, morals, and values. They are orally passed down from elders

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Self-assessment in Islam: A spiritual perspective

Self-assessment, or introspection, holds profound significance in Islam as a means of spiritual growth and accountability before God. The process of self-assessment involves a deep reflection on one’s thoughts, actions, intentions, and spiritual state, guided by Islamic principles and teachings. Self-assessment is pivotal in Islam as it aligns with the core principles of accountability and

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Technical Education: Importance, components, contexts

Technical education refers to a form of education that focuses on providing practical skills and knowledge related to a specific trade, profession, or field of study. It aims to prepare individuals for employment in various technical and vocational industries by equipping them with hands-on skills, theoretical understanding, and problem-solving abilities relevant to their chosen field.

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Zendesk Foundation launches Tech for Good Impact Award 2024

The Zendesk Foundation has announced the opening of applications for its Tech for Good Impact Award 2024, offering grants of up to $50,000 to nonprofit organizations. The Tech for Good Impact Award seeks to provide resources to nonprofit organizations working in line with the Zendesk Foundation’s key impact areas. The award will also include free

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FG to introduce ‘school-to-work’ scheme for junior secondary school students

The federal government has disclosed a plan to introduce a ‘school-to-work’ scheme to equip youths to become productive and self-employed. The executive secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Hamid Bobboyi, disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja during a meeting with commissioners for education, executive chairs of state and FCT Universal Basic, Education Boards

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UTME 2024: 16 years age for varsity admission hasn’t changed – Senate

Chairman of the Senate Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Adeyemi Adaramodu, stated the Senate’s position in an interview in Abuja. According to him, comments attributed to a Senator to the effect that 18 years is the new minimum age is the Senator’s personal opinion to which he is entitled to. Adaramodu explained that any

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Remi Okunrinboye foundation announces 200 scholarships for Nigerian students

The Remi Okunrinboye Foundation has announced an initiative to provide three-year scholarships to 200 students in Junior Secondary School classes one through three across Nigeria, aiming to support educational opportunities for young learners. In a statement released by the foundation, philanthropist, and youth empowerment advocate Mr Dekunle Okunrinboye, announced the initiative, emphasising the foundation’s commitment

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Continuing education, necessary tool for freedom, devt – Delta monarch

A traditional ruler in Delta State, the Ovie of Idjerhe kingdom in Ethiope West Local Government Area, King Monday Obukowho Whiskey Udurhie I, has stressed “the imperative of continuing education,” insisting that it is “a needed impetus for self-emancipation and empowerment.” The monarch who is a veteran journalist and media consultant gave the exhortation while

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EFCC to move against schools charging dollars

The Head, Media and Publicity, EFCC, Dele Oyewale, confirmed the development on Thursday, and said the agency would clamp down on schools and other organisations charging foreign currencies. He reiterated that it was illegal for schools, hotels and firms operating in the country to charge for services in foreign currencies. He explained that the 7,000-man

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The Problem of Solving Problems in Maths Classes

While there is a notion that Math classes are basically for solving “problems”, the reality is that there are several factors involved in tackling every problem. For every question asked in the math class, few things that I try to probe; What is the question meant to achieve? How is the question presented? How much

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UNILAG, LASU Students emerge winners of APWEN Lagos innovation challenge

With her innovation project, ‘Capturing of CO2 For Cooling Process,’ Miss Kehinde Adegboye, a 200-level Mechanical Engineering student from the University of Lagos, has emerged as the APWEN Lagos Innovation Month winner. The month aims to encourage female engineers to break barriers, challenge conventions, and devise solutions for a sustainable future. Adegboye had a tie

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Report: Secondary school leaver who operates hospital in Osun arrested over pregnant woman’s death

Saheed Toyin,a secondary school leaver, who has been operating as a medical doctor at a hospital he established six years ago has been arrested by operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Osun State Command over the death of a pregnant woman. The 32-year-old quack doctor of number 2, Lakewu Area, Ororuwo, Boripe

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A Millennial Lecturer in a GEN-Z Class – Episode 6

Welcome to the 10-episode series on my shocking experience as a millennial lecturer teaching Gen-Z students in a Federal University in Nigeria in the last 12 years. It’s a collection of my classroom interactions with a generation of quick-witted, internet-savvy young adults who are “too bold” for their own good. Read episode 5 here. ________________________________________________

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Report: Schools in Akwa Ibom set to resume Third Term May 6

In anticipation of the resumption of academic activities for the 2023/2024 academic session, all public and private primary, secondary, and technical schools in the state are gearing up to open their doors once again on Monday, 6th May 2024. The state government of Akwa Ibom has issued directives for the resumption of schools for the

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