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Rethinking primary, secondary education in Nigeria

FOR several decades now, the Nigerian education sector has witnessed a steady decline, and stakeholders fear that the trend will continue if nothing is done to arrest the situation. Speaking at the end of year dinner of Urhobo College Old Students Association in Lagos, a Professor of Law, Joseph Abugu from the University of Lagos, listed the challenges facing primary and secondary education in Nigeria and proffered some solutions.

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Etisalat blazing the trail in academic excellence

Worried by the declining state of tertiary education and the United States Department’s report that Nigeria is the largest source of students from sub-Saharan Africa to the US with over 6,560 Nigerian students studying in over 733 regionally-accredited US colleges and universities in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, telecommunication operator, Etisalat Nigeria, lent its weight to attempts to improve the quality of education in the country.

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