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Ab initio, teachers play an important role in shaping the lives of students. They are the architects of our future, shaping young minds and
Kano, a historic city in northern Nigeria, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage, vibrant markets, and economic significance. As one of West Africa’s
Earlier this year, the Minister of Education, Prof. Tahiru Mamman on Monday, April 22, 2024, stirred the hornet’s nest. He announced to Nigerians that
Eid Ul Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, is a significant Islamic holiday that marks the end of Hajj. It is a
The democratically elected president is a crucial figure in a democratic system, where the leader is selected by the people in regular, free, and
Abraham Lincoln defined democracy as the government of the people, by the people, and for the people. The term is derived from the Greek
My fellow Nigerians, let me begin by congratulating all of us for witnessing the celebration of another Democracy Day today, the 12th day of
The Edtech industry has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, transforming the way we learn and teach. Edtech professionals has also played a vital
President Bola Tinubu recently signed the Students Loans (Access to Higher Education) Bill, 2024, into law, aiming to ease the financial burden on Nigerian
What is Post UTME? Post UTME also Post JAMB is short for Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. It is an exam written by JAMB
According to the World Health Organization, nearly one in four students worldwide is affected by mental health issues. Studies also believe that these students
Gaining admission into tertiary institutions is a significant milestone in anyone’s life. While academic prowess is usually the primary focus, soft skills also play
Menstrual Hygiene Week is a global initiative dedicated to raising awareness about the significance of proper menstrual hygiene management. Celebrated May 8 annually, it
Nigeria, We Hail Thee” was adopted as Nigeria’s first national anthem on October 1, 1960. The anthem’s lyrics were written by Lillian Jean Williams,
In a country as vast and diverse as Nigeria, education is a vital component of economic and social development. The importance of education has
Children’s Day is a special occasion celebrated across the world to honour and appreciate children, who are the youngest members of society. Children’s Day
The Nobel Prize is one of the most prestigious awards in the world, recognising outstanding contributions to humanity in the fields of Physics, Chemistry,
“Children’s Day, which is celebrated in Nigeria on May 27 annually, is dedicated to celebrating children all over the world, and for adults to
Nigeria has witnessed a significant surge in entrepreneurship education across its universities. This portrays the growing recognition of entrepreneurship as a critical driver of
Primus Omnis, education plays a huge role in shaping the future of any nation. In Nigeria, the educational system has evolved significantly since the
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