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Improved literacy requires collaborative support ―Ladoja

Mrs Bukola Ladoja, President, Reading Awareness Society for Development (RASDA), says improving literacy skills of students in the state requires the collaborative efforts of all stakeholders. Ladoja made the assertion on Monday in Ibadan during a public presentation of a book series with the theme: “History and Leadership Education for Primary and Secondary School Education
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Publishing, reading culture diminishing in Nigeria -Prof. Bogoro

Professor Sulieman Elias Bogoro , Executive Secretary of Tertiary Education Trust Fund ,TETFUND   has asserted that the publishing and reading culture of Nigerians has diminished and at its lowest ebb.Bogoro made the assertion recently in Calabar while commissioning and formerly handing over the Academic Publishing Centre, APC, built by the FUND for the South –South region in the University of Calabar,UNICAL.

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FG endorses Irikefe's book as resource material on entrepreneurship

Rainbow spreads the joy of reading

In the spirit of Christmas and new year, the Rainbow Book Club reached out to the public to join hands with her to plant seed libraries in indigent communities, through her book donation drive. People are encouraged to donate new and used books (in good conditions) which the book club would use to the establish “seed” libraries.

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