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Competition is a natural phenomenon

Mrs. Olufunmilayo Olubanwo of Heroes Hall Schools, Lowa Estate, Benson, behind Zenith bank, Ikorodu has said that e- Learning is a matter of urgency in schools as students should no longer learn in abstract but education should be more of a race for efficiency which will enhance better assimilation and enable students to visualise what they learn.

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2030 Plan: Lafarge Africa flags off National Literacy Competition

I N line with its plan for 2030, Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading cement and building solutions provider has announced the commencement of its fourth Annual National Literacy Competition with regional run-offs in October and the grand finale in November. Plateau State won the North Central regional finals in the Lafarge National Literacy Competition. Plateau will represent the region in the finals in Lagos next month. For the rest of this month, other regional finals will hold across the other five geo-political zones.

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After recession, what next?

PALPABLE frenzy gripped the nation’s media last week. Among the country’s newspapers it all looked like a competition, a race to be the first to report that the country had slipped into recession. The front pages of these newspapers reported the news with muted glee it seemed. We had finally made a remarkable achievement, maybe a dubious one.

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