US increases tourist, student visa fees by 15%
Ghana’s Speaker slams Kamala Harris, Akufo-Addo over LGBTQ+ remarks
‘How we survived gas disaster’
How police in Lagos smashed notorious ATM robbery gang
How 13-yr-old girl miraculously escaped from ritualists
Don’t let this cancer kill me, Prof.Omo Omoruyi begs President Jonathan
Rivers jailbreak: The untold story behind it
Agony of flood victims unites Imo leaders
Can FG’s YouWin project tackle Nigeria’s high unemployment rate?
The judiciary needs redemption – Osunbor
Healthcare crisis in Nigeria may worsen in 2013, labour warns
Alumni meet to uplift alma mater
Covenant varsity turns 10, establishes faculties of law, medicine
We don’t sell degrees – VC
Students seek ban on politicians’ children schooling abroad
Android tablets for schools
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Lagos lawmaker awards 12 outstanding students
Twelve students were given an award for outstanding performnace in this year’s Senior School Certificate Examination, SSCE result.
UNN releases supplementary list
Authorities of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka,UNN, have released the supplementary admission list for the 2012/2013 academic session.
CIMA collaborates with Nigerian institutions to grow economy
In the quest to bring the benefit of management accountancy nearer students and to enhance business decision-making and performance in Nigerian workers, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) has restated its commitment to collaborate with higher institutions in Nigeria to improve the quality of professionals in Accountancy.
Emir of Katsina lauds Omole on OAU devt
The Emir of Katsina and Chancellor of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, His Royal Majesty, Alhaji Abdul-Mumin Kabir Usman, has lauded the transparent manner in which the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Bamitale Omole, is running the affairs of the 50-year-old institution.
Julius Berger holds literacy campaign workshop in public schools
FOR some decades now, Nigerians have been lamenting over the poor standard of education in the country which has taken us to a very low level compared with our contemporaries, a situation where majority of schools produce half-baked graduates who are not competitive on the international market so much so that international organisations are no longer willing to employ Nigerian graduates.
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