Saturday, February 23, 2019

TRIBUTE: Professor Sophie Oluwole (1935-2018)

In this article, Kazeem Fayemi pays tribute to the late Professor Sophie Oluwole who died on Sunday evening.

TRIBUTE: Professor Oyeleye Oyediran (1934-2018)

In this piece, Babafemi Badejo pays a tribute to Professor Oyediran Oyeleye who died on 11th December, 2018 During my years at the University...

If I were president, I will ban schools from using foreign curriculum in Nigeria...

"Our curriculum is as good as other curricular in the world...If you want to use foreign curriculum for your own school, go and establish it elsewhere, where it could be permitted. It shouldn't be in Nigeria," he says as he condemns the trend of using foreign curriculum in Nigeria

95-year-old woman fulfils dream of reading and writing through adult school

A 95-year-old Kenyan woman identified as Chebelina Mukomuga, is making waves on the social media following her fulfilment of a life long dream of...

Despite being treated with scorn for being blind, I nearly made a first class...

Demola Adeleke is visually impaired but that did not stop him from nearly graduating with a First Class honours in the Department of Mass...

Meet this Indonesia-based Nigerian leading efforts to secure schools

Mr Edwin Darlington Okafor is a Nigerian professional in digital communications and security based in Indonesia. He is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of...

Prisoner on life sentence reveals why he enrolled for a degree

An inmate at the Awka Prisons in the South East of Nigerian state of Anambra, Jude Onwuzulike has revealed the reasons why he had...

Former Nigerian president, Obasanjo resumes duties as NOUN facilitator

A former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo has on Thursday assumed duty as a students' facilitator at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). EduCeleb.com...

Meet Gbujie Daniel, the doctor driving the climate change conversations

Gbujie Daniel is the EduCeleb of the Week. He is a Climate Reality Project fellow, and founder of Team 54 Project. This multiple international Award-winning Eco-Activist,...

Chimamanda Adichie announced Harvard’s Class Day Speaker

Harvard College has announced Nigerian-born writer, and influential cultural critic, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie as the College’s Class Day speaker for 2018. The multiple award-winning author,...
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