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The 28th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, (UNFCCC) widely known as COP28, is currently underway from November 30 to December 12,
Once upon a time in the animated city of Lagos, Nigeria, lived the Okonkwo family, dreaming of a brighter future for their children. Their
Once upon a time in the heart of Nigeria, a young child named Amina sat in a classroom, bewildered and disconnected. The words on
In a world that is often tumultuous, fast-paced, and filled with countless distractions, the role of parenting remains an unshakable foundation that provides the
Ademola is a teacher at a public school in Lagos, Nigeria. He has been teaching for over 10 years, and he loves his job.
Japa has passed into the daily Pidgin English lexicon from the Yoruba language to capture the mass departure from Nigeria of its intelligentia and
In recent years, makerspaces have emerged as transformative hubs for creativity, innovation, and hands-on learning worldwide. These collaborative environments, equipped with state-of-the-art tools and
Meet Musa, a young Nigerian with a passion for technology. Musa excelled in his secondary education, and like many of his peers, he dreamt
On Nigeria’s 63rd Independence Day anniversary, it is important to reflect on the connection between quality education and a vibrant democracy. A robust democracy
In a bustling neighbourhood of Lagos, a young woman named Funmi discovered her passion. She had always been inclined towards mechanics, fascinated by the
In the tranquil village of Chibok in northeastern Nigeria, nestled amidst rolling hills and lush greenery, the sun rose over the horizon on a
Once upon a time, in a small village in Africa named Kiburi, there lived a curious and determined young boy named Lengo. Lengo had
The internet was awash with arguments for and against the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board’s (JAMB) minimum obtainable cut-off mark for the 2022/2023 academic
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
France banned the use of smartphones in schools in 2018 and in Italy, teachers collect students’ smartphones at the beginning of the day. Finland
Nigeria is at another crucible to forge an empowering future for its youthful population as President Bola Ahmed Tinubu reels out the list of
Lagos state government has made two moves that we believe pave the way for excellence in education governance and delivery in the state, one
Last Friday, July 22, the University of Lagos (Unilag) increased school fees by about 500 per cent. Unity Schools have also announced an increase
Joy Mmesoma Ejikeme has been in the eye of the storm following her presentation of a Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) 2023 score of
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has rejected the Core Curriculum Minimum Academic Standards (CCMAS) that the National Universities Commission (NUC) has proposed
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