• Nigeria has over 10,000 Unemployed PhD Holders

    Nigeria has over 10,000 Unemployed PhD Holders1

    Nigeria has over 70,000 PhDs, Nearly 10,000 are Unemployed Despite Shortage of Qualified Lecturers The recent Unemployment and underemployment report (Q4 2017- Q3 2018) released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) once again showed alarming figures for the unemployment rate in Nigeria, reporting a national unemployment rate of 23%. Worrying, but that’s not the

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  • UBEC – Only 57% of 1.5m basic education teachers are qualified

    UBEC – Only 57% of 1.5m basic education teachers are qualified0

    The Executive Secretary of Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) Dr Hamid Bobboyi has revealed that only 57 per cent of the nation’s basic education teachers is qualified. Bobboyi also said that there was an increase from 841,716 in 2008 to 1.5 million in 2018 in the population of the teachers. Bobboyi disclosed this in Kaduna

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  • Vice-president Osinbajo: FG Re-Designing Education Curriculum

    Vice-president Osinbajo: FG Re-Designing Education Curriculum0

    Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday said the Federal Government was re-designing the country’s education curriculum as part of its education road map, and every child would count. Osinbajo said this while delivering the 23rd Convocation Lecture of the Lagos State University (LASU), during the university’s award of higher degree and postgraduate diploma certificates. The title

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  • Teaching; A Low-End Profession In Nigeria.

    Teaching; A Low-End Profession In Nigeria.0

    Teaching, according to the internet, is the process of inculcating moral values, abilities, skills by an experienced person to an inexperienced person in order to ensure positive change in behavior useful in developing oneself and the society. Being a teacher can be a very exciting job. Sharing your knowledge, guiding students through life by telling

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