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School girls get inspired by NGO in Nigeria

Nigerian primary school girls were inspired, mentored and empowered in Abuja on the 24th January, 2017 by a charity organisation. The school which is located in the remote area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) is called LEA Primary school, Kovin Madaki where over 500 students attend lessons in just …

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Save us from FCE Akoka Provost, Registrar -Staffers

It is with deep sorrow and an unwavering call for help that we write to the media houses to bring the attention of the Federal Government of Nigeria to come to the aid of the Union and Staff of Federal College of Education, Akoka. Before now, there have been various …

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Don’t ignore petition against JAMB boss, UNILORIN VC —ASUU, group

*I am not fraudulent – Oloyede retorts Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ilorin chapter and an anti-corruption group, Movement for Corruption-free Nigeria (MOCON), have told the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) not to ignore the petition against the immediate past vice chancellor of the university and …

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Afe Babalola Foundation gives N100,000 to 200 indigent Nigerians

Aare Afe Babalola Foundation, a charity established by Aare Afe Babalola (SAN), will give funds varying from N50,000 to N100,000 to 200 under-privileged Nigerians. A statement from the management of the Foundation stated that those who qualify to apply are indigent students, men and women who need financial assistance. To qualify, …

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UNILORIN sex-predator lecturer joins another university?

*Resigned after tape shows him sexually harassing student *Is he employed to continue his sexual escapades? Dr. Mohamed Sani Idiagbon, a former lecturer at the University of Ilorin, who was forced to resign his position after an audio tape exposed him for sexually harassing a student of the school may have …

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Girl child education should be priority – Hon. Musa Hassan

*Why I am eyeing the legislature By Collins Ajibola Females like their male counterparts have the right to education and skill acquisition, the right to choice and self-actualisation. But what we see in most societies today is the other way round. Educating the girl child translates to better health for …

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Education, an important part of nation building – Marie David

*Quality primary, secondary education must be guaranteed As many countries succeed in expanding access to primary schooling, demand for quality secondary education is on the rise. The recent edition of the Global Education Digest Published by UNESCO Institute of Statistics (USI) highlights the number of children who are unable to …

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Fayose sacks 400 staff of Ekiti State University

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has revoked the employment of over 400 staff of the state university as their Christmas and end of the year gift. He said the recent recruitment into the institution did not follow due process. The Governor, who made this disclosure in Ado Ekiti, said …

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School sport: Emotan College wins Rugby double

*10 schools competed for honours Emotan Junior & Senior Secondary School won a double in the much talked about 3rd friendly matches of the Edo State Schools Rugby programme tagged “Get into Rugby” which took place on Thursday 17 November 2016 at the Emotan School from 10am – 4pm. In …

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Uniben Primary school staff defiles 3-year old pupil

*School, Edo Police attempts to protect ‘their image’ in cover up *Rally on defilement by CPN demands justice Parents who have female children attending UNIBEN Consult Nursery/Primary school on Ekenwan Road, Benin City may be risking the health and lives of their daughters with rapists working as teachers. A three-year …

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