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Unless Nigeria repositions its education sector, quest for devt ‘ll be futile – Odunsi

HE is not happy with the pace of Nigeria’s development 57 years after being bequeathed quality education by its colonial masters. The derailment from the sound foundation left for the country by its handlers, according to Mr. Samuel Adedoyin Odunsi, has caused the country its fortune that could have made it measure up with the advanced world in terms of development.

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Auchi Poly’s convocation with Sanusi Jimah

CONVOCATION ceremony is globally seen as a ritual associated with every citadel of learning.  The difference of the occasion usually lies with who presides and the number of graduands who are able to break new ground in their grades. Recently, the Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State held her 24th convocation ceremony for the award of Diplomas, Certificates and Prizes to the 2015/2016 graduands.

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Research must take the centre-stage if Nigeria must grow — Prof. Gamaniel

Professor Karniyus Gamaniel is the Director-General/Chief Executive Officer of National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD), Abuja. In this chat with Vanguard Learning, the professor of pharmacology speaks on the role of research in economic reforms and transformation of the nation and the role of NIPRD in Nigeria’s economic growth. Excerpts:

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Mike Okonkwo National Essay Contest:

WHILE it is not proven that high employment rate has a direct or indirect correlation with trade surplus, it is worth nothing that many of these countries with high employment rates are generally realised as countries with successful economies. In fact, an article listing the top 10 economies in the world and runner-ups (Prableen Bajpai) included every single country named on the list documenting the 10 countries with the lowest unemployment rate (Adamson).

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