• Education Receives Highest Allocation As Gombe Budgets N130.668bn

    Education Receives Highest Allocation As Gombe Budgets N130.668bn0

    Governor of Gombe State, Inuwa Yahaya, has proposed a total of N130,668,737,593.48 tagged ‘Budget of Change’ for the 2020 fiscal year in the state. He presented the 2020 Appropriation Bill to members of the State House of Assembly during plenary on Monday in Gombe. The governor informed the lawmakers that his administration intended to spend

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  • NUC discloses 100 fake professors in varsities.

    NUC discloses 100 fake professors in varsities.0

    The National Universities Commission has said it has uncovered about 100 fake professors across Nigerian universities. The NUC Executive Secretary, Prof Abubakar Rasheed, stated this in the November edition of the commission’s bulletin, obtained by our correspondent. The ES noted that the commission published the details of the fake professors on its website and also

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  • Oyo Govt vows to Increase Education Budget To 20%

    Oyo Govt vows to Increase Education Budget To 20%0

    The Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde has announced the planned increment of the state’s education budget to 20 per cent in 2020. Makinde announced this during a meeting with stakeholders at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomoso, on Wednesday. He also announced the approval of N500 million subventions to LAUTECH to address the

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  • Bullying: FUTA find students in viral video guilty, Expels all six

    Bullying: FUTA find students in viral video guilty, Expels all six0

    The Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) has expelled six students over the bullying of a fellow student. The expelled students are: Popoola Olaniyi Agboola IDD/ (300L); Oluwadare Faith Tobiloba FST ( 200L); Nandi Yohanna Jessica IPE/ ( 200L); Ajuwon Tolani Emmanuella FAT/ (100L); Emmanuel Funmilayo Taiwo FAT/ (100L) and Alao Olabimpe Cecilia CSP/ (100

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  • BABCOCK UNIVERSITY: AN EXEMPLIFICATION OF THE FAILED NIGERIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

    BABCOCK UNIVERSITY: AN EXEMPLIFICATION OF THE FAILED NIGERIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM0

    Education goes beyond the classroom teaching. It could be categorised into two; formal and informal. The Nigerian education system has been widely accepted to be below standard expected of a 21st Century irrespective of it being publicly or privately owned. The ultimate of any category of education is productivity and problem solving. The role of

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  • AAUA Students begins campaign against Social Vices

    AAUA Students begins campaign against Social Vices0

    Modesty is becoming a thing of the past in our society. Youths in tertiary institutions no longer regard decency as a virtue. What bothers one is that some of the academic authorities are not taking proactive actions to curtail indecency among their students. The result is the nonchalant attitude of our youths towards social vices

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