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Urhobo deserves better deal from Nigeria – Vanguard – Education Nigeria

By Ufuoma Eugene Ohwevwo Obviously, the story of the Urhobo people, the largest ethnic nationality in Delta State, and the fifth largest in Nigeria, is characterized by records of challenges of various natures. But about the major challenge the Urhobo nation have had to deal with since the early decades of the 20th century, is

GE: Improper Alignment between Education Curriculum and Industry Needs, Major Barrier to Nigeria's Devt – THISDAY Newspapers – Education Nigeria

Textile-production-line • Recommends holistic public-private partnership to address skills gaps Vincent Obia TA report released Tuesday by General Electric, Nigeria, emphasised the need for investment in relevant skills to meet requirements in key sectors of the country’s economy. Titled, “The Future of Work in Nigeria, Bridging the Skills Gap: The Key to Unlocking Nigeria’s Inherent

Minister to stakeholders: Work with Buhari to industrialize Nigeria – The Nation Newspaper – Education Nigeria

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, at the weekend, appealed to stakeholders to support President Muhammadu Buhari’s efforts to place Nigeria among the 20 most industrialised countries. The minister said the change agenda of the President and the All Progressives Congress (APC) was designed for sustainable economic growth. Adamu spoke when he inaugurated the

Governor expresses support for group's activities – The Nation Newspaper – Education Nigeria

The Ogun State Governor Ibikunle Amosun has pledged his continual support for the Educational Initiative for Development in Western Nigeria (EIDWN) for sustaining the campaign for alma maters as they have become an important bedrock for the sustainability of socio-economic development of education in Nigeria. Amosun, who was represented by his Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mrs.

Fortune and misfortune of Nigerian education sector – Blueprint newspapers Limited (blog) – Education Nigeria

Education is said to be the key to success. Many who made it through today in one way or the other, education played a significant role in the attainment of their goal and others through their inborn hardworking spirit and zeal. Do we now presume that education is an additional effort individual embedded in them

Fortune and misfortune of Nigerian education sector – Blueprint newspapers Limited (blog) – Education Nigeria

Education is said to be the key to success. Many who made it through today in one way or the other, education played a significant role in the attainment of their goal and others through their inborn hardworking spirit and zeal. Do we now presume that education is an additional effort individual embedded in them

ACT sues NUC over accreditation of courses – Vanguard – Education Nigeria

By Omolola Shobowale Lagos—Association of Christian Theologians, ACT, has dragged the National Universities Commission, NUC, before a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, challenging the insistence of the commission to accredit courses offered by faith based universities in the country. Also joined as a defendant in the suit is the Attorney General of the Federation

Lagos to produce new education policy – P.M. News – Education Nigeria

Dr Idiat Adebule, Deputy Governor, Lagos State The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr Idiat Adebule, on Thursday said there was the need for education policy that would propel the younger generation toward the current global reality. Adebule made the assertion at a three-day retreat on the Review of the State’s Education Policy with the

Project set to reduce maternal, child deaths in Nigeria – Guardian (blog) – Education Nigeria

Guardian (blog) Project set to reduce maternal, child deaths in NigeriaGuardian (blog)Several studies including the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nation International Children's Education Fund (UNICEF) have shown that critical strategy for reducing maternal and child morbidity and mortality is ensuring that every baby …Bringing Hope to Nigerian Mothers, ChildrenTHISDAY Newspapersall 2 news

Northern Senators want primary education be compulsory in Nigeria – Vanguard – Education Nigeria

The Northern Senators Forum (NSF), has called for the amendment of the section four of the 1999 constitution to make primary school education compulsory in the country. This is contained in a communiqué signed by the Forum ‘s Chairman, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, and issued to newsmen on Wednesday in Katsina at the end of their

Nurse becomes Monarch-elect in Enugu community – Vanguard – Education Nigeria

By Chinenyeh Ozor History was made at Ozalla Edem Ani community in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State as a successful   male registered nurse, Chief Samuel Ikechukwu Asadu based in Texas, United States of America, becomes monarch-elect of the community. •Monarch-elect, Chief Asadu Samuel (Okenwa Ogadagidi) of Ozalla Edem Ani community It was gathered

Exploiting France-FUNAI/Nigeria Collaboration for Educational Devt – THISDAY Newspapers – Education Nigeria

Denys Gauer The essence of collaboration by countries or institutions is geared towards development as can be seen in the France-FUNAI/Nigeria partnership, writes Amby Uneze When the Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo (FUNAI), Ebonyi State few years ago initiated the idea to partner the French Government in assisting the institution in training its manpower (lecturers) to

NASU seeks implementation of education retreat recommendations – Guardian (blog) – Education Nigeria

PHOTO: Shutterstock The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has called on the Federal Government to raise the required policies for the implementation of the recommendations of the just concluded Federal Executive Council on education. The retreat hosted by President Muhammadu Buhari, had ‘the challenges facing the Nigeria educational sector’, was aimed

NASU seeks implementation of education retreat recommendations – Guardian (blog) – Education Nigeria

PHOTO: Shutterstock The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has called on the Federal Government to raise the required policies for the implementation of the recommendations of the just concluded Federal Executive Council on education. The retreat hosted by President Muhammadu Buhari, had ‘the challenges facing the Nigeria educational sector’, was aimed

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