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The Nigeria Labour Congress has stated that it is not part of the Federal Government’s delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Summit, also
Education Minister, Tahir Mamman, PhD, and Minister of State for Education, Yusuf Tanko Sununu, PhD, have commended President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the ambitious
The 28th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference, (UNFCCC) widely known as COP28, is currently underway from November 30 to December 12,
What was the turning point for you in your career? Thank you, my name is Armando. I currently lead the PAL Networks secretariat, based
Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria joined forces with the British Council to host a week-long insightful discussion in Lagos. This collaborative effort brought together
The organised labour comprising the Nigeria Labour Congress and the Trade Union Congress on Wednesday night suspended the ongoing strike. The unions after an
Once upon a time in the heart of Nigeria, a young child named Amina sat in a classroom, bewildered and disconnected. The words on
…Says many youths mistakenly view politics as a profession In the realm of Nigerian politics, the journey of Honourable Timileyin Oyeniyi stands as a
The Federal Government has lauded Akwa Ibom State over the upgrade of education infrastructure as seen in the remodelling of the Christ the King
Ademola is a teacher at a public school in Lagos, Nigeria. He has been teaching for over 10 years, and he loves his job.
Experts, policy makers, academics, and industry leaders converge at the 3rd International Conference On Africa’s Sustainable Development (ICASuD) held at the Anchor University, Multipurpose
Climate change is one of the most pressing challenges facing the world today, and its impacts are already being felt in Nigeria. One of
Japa has passed into the daily Pidgin English lexicon from the Yoruba language to capture the mass departure from Nigeria of its intelligentia and
Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara has underscored the importance of education and healthcare as key drivers that would impact on national development. AbdulRazaq, who
The COVID-19 pandemic showed how useful digital technology could be for schools. But it also showed the limitations of technology in the educational setting.
Ikot Effanga Primary School in Calabar Municipality has come under scrutiny for its deteriorating infrastructure, leaving students sitting on the bare floor amidst crumbling
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
In the small village of Achinapata, Ecuador, a group of young people are gathered in a makeshift makerspace. They are working on a variety
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
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