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Despite ‘miserable conditions’, Sokoto varsity graduate sets First Class record

Despite living in ‘miserable conditions’, twenty-six years old Salim Rufai has emerged the first to bag a First Class Honours degree in Business Administration from the Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. Rufai, who hails from Mai’adua Local Government Area of Katsina State graduated with 4.54 CGPA in the department of Business Administration that was created in […]
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AFRICAN TRADITIONAL EDUCATION

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To understand the history of education in Africa, adequate knowledge of the traditional or indigenous educational system which existed before the arrival of Islam and Christianity is needed. Islamic education was not formally established in Nigeria until the fourteenth century and Christian education came in the nineteenth century. But indigenous education persists even today, showing no sign of disappearance from the scene of education.
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Two digital literacy centres inaugurated in Oyo

Aimed at ensuring that residents of Oyo state are up to speed with demands of today’s digital age, two digital literacy centres were on Thursday, inaugurated in Ibadan, the state capital. The centres sited behind Holy Trinity school, Old Ife Road and Moore Service Station, Odo-Ona comprises computers, scanners, printers among other digital facilities. Representative […]
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Stakeholders decry report of 13.5 million Nigeria out-of-school children

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stakeholders have expressed dismay over the alleged statement of Mr Ahmed Boboyi ,  Executive Secretary, Universal Basic Education Commission, UBEC that Nigeria currently has 13.2million out-of-school children, against the initial figure of 10.5million.
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TASCE workers lament over N1.5bn unpaid salaries

WORKERS (academic and non-academic) of the Tai Solarin College of Education, Omu-Ijebu, Ogun State, have appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene and facilitate the payment of arrears of salaries owed staff of the institution by the Ogun State government totaling N1,459,162,815.23. Electoral Act: Uproar at House of Reps over Buhari’s letter In a ‘save […]
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How libraries, social media contribute to national development

A former Director General, National Sports Commission, Abuja, Dr Amos Adamu, has said that both libraries and social media contribute effectively to national development and security.  “These two are social agents of change can be used in fighting ignorance, illiteracy, poverty, crime and terrorism.” Amosun will lead my guber campaign says Dapo Abiodun Dr Adamu […]
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‘Why I translated Shakespeare’s Hamlet into Pidgin English’

WHEN Ogini Bernard first came in contact with William Shakespeare’s works, he didn’t understand them despite reading them on several occasions. After gaining admission into the University of Ibadan to study Theatre Arts, following a period of study at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), where he studied Law, he began to comprehend Shakespeare’s […]
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