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On May 29, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu was sworn into office following his emergence as winner of the February 25 presidential election. In his
Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) leaves Aso Rock, the presidential villa today and Bola Ahmed Tinubu, becomes the next tenant from May 29, 2023,
Last Monday, the Federal Executive Council approved the establishment of 36 private universities bringing the number of private universities to 147. One of them
Close to five million Nigerians have participated in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme. As of 2019, about 4.70 million Nigerians had already
Last week, social media sites were awash with commentaries regarding the registrar of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Prof. Josiah Ajiboye’s claims
Attention quickly shifts to federal and state ministries of education for policy and action when changes required to improve the sector are imminent. While
The first five years ending 2020 saw slow progress on achieving the sustainable development goals four (SDG 4), according to the latest UNESCO Global
Occasions such as Easter holiday reminds us about how much religion shapes our lives and contributes to national development. In fact, the term holiday
About a month ago, Bayero University, Kano, expelled 27 students and rusticated eight others for alleged examination malpractice. In October 2021 the Federal University,
Companies operating in Nigeria complain about the quality of skills found in the country’s job market. The concern here is on technical, vocational education
Public education in Nigeria plays a critical role in the country because a majority of its children and adults depend on public schools to
Last October, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) stated that 40.80 per cent of Nigeria’s 9.518 million newly registered voters were students. In terms
It is common to hear parents say they pray that their children become healthier, happier and more prosperous than they are. What this means
Schools are seen as the suppliers of knowledge and skills required to recognise trends, think through problems, respond intelligibly to changing social situations and
Several reactions have trailed the sudden involvement of ASUU, Unilorin chapter, in the ongoing industrial action since its announcement. Unilorin, the renowned citadel of
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