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Nigerian’s Ileh breaks jinx, wins $15,000 Etisalat lit Prize

The prize winning book met the required standards of originality, creative excellence and African sensibility, in keeping with the objective of Etisalat prize

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Sam Igbe appraisal of Nigerian Education in print

Perhaps beyond the Stone Age rhetoric that Nigeria should go back to the roots in finding her footing in all aspects of her development challenges, having been wobbling for so long, is the need to ascertain and address the key variables in the key areas of Nigeria’s knock-kneed educational status. This is so because the rhetoric appears now quite over- flogged in defining the extents and margins of prevailing issues and concerns in Nigeria’s growth and her Human Development Index with regard to inputs made over the years in education.

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