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The United States (US) government provides a diverse array of visas catering to individuals aspiring to immigrate, work, or study within its borders. A
Communications Minister, Bosun Tijani has revealed a collaboration between 21st Century Technologies, and Galaxy Backbone to expedite the progress of artificial intelligence projects crucial
Lagos is a vibrant city in Nigeria, known for its bustling atmosphere, diverse culture, and economic significance. It’s one of the largest cities in
The Rwandan education is structured as a 6-3-3 system, six years of primary school, three years of lower secondary school, and three years of
Mansa Musa, the legendary ruler of the Mali Empire, is an iconic figure in African history, renowned for his wealth, power and influence. Central
Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) is a prominent university located in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Established in 1962, it was initially known as the University of Ife
The recent news of Iranian students facing legal threats for celebrating their graduation with a dance video has sparked global attention and raised concerns
A folktale is a traditional story passed down orally from generation to generation within a culture or community. These tales often involve characters, settings,
A new partnership between Unveiling Africa Foundation (UVA), and Children in Freedom School (CIFS), Nakuru, Kenya has established the Family Roots Project to promote
The Aba Women’s Riots, also known as the Women’s War, were a series of protests that occurred in southeastern Nigeria in November and December
1. Bassirou Diomaye Faye, a 44-year-old tax officer, Faye was born in 1980, in Ndiaganiao, the western department of Mbour. 2. He has two
Farming and fishing as well as small scale trading are the main traditional occupations of the Urhobo people. As part of the geographical entity
With the goal of preserving indigenous languages and promoting science education, Mr. Mark Ogbonnaya Okoro has released the first-ever Physics textbook rendered in the
From leading nations as presidents to challenging societal norms, their stories are a testament to resilience, courage, and the relentless pursuit of progress. Let
First in West Africa to Achieve Independence. After Ghana gained independence 67 years ago,March 6 1957, other West African countries followed suit, including Nigeria,
Oyomesi were the seven principal councilors in the old Oyo Empire. They were powerful figures who advised the Alaafin (king) on important matters of
In the eloquent words of the late Nelson Mandela, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” This
OBA OLOYEDE ADEYEOBA AKINGAHARE II Oba Oloyede Adekoya is a ceremonial ruler or monarch of the okeluse kingdom, Ose local government Area of Ondo
Human Capital Africa (HCA), in collaboration with the Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA),UNICEF, and The Dangote Foundation, orchestrated a pivotal
Hundreds of years ago, there was a forest called Oko-Erin, there were many elephants in this bush, that was why it is called Oko-Erin
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