Nigerian education system not catering for learners’ creativity – Adebola

Mrs Abiola Adebola is our EduCeleb of the Week. She is a widely experienced education consultant and founder of Educ8tors Dose. In this interview...

How Empatico is closing the gap between classrooms in Nigeria and other parts of...

Empatico is a free video conferencing tool that connects classrooms of children aged 7-11 across the world, all in a bid to make the...
Bejide Ifeoluwa

EduCeleb of the Week – Bejide Ifeoluwa

Bejide Ifeoluwa is our EduCeleb of the Week. She was the 2016/2017 best graduating student at the Redeemer’s University, Ede, as announced at the 9th...

UNESCO never recommended 26% budgetary allocation to education – Obanya

Professor PAI Obanya is a former Director at the UNESCO Regional Office for Education in Africa, Dakar, Senegal. In this interview with ABDUSSALAM AMOO,...

Home schooling provides better alternative to conventional schooling

Home schooling is a less popular medium of formal education in Nigeria. Mr Lukman Molumo is the Founder of Heritage Home School. In this...

We need multiple examination bodies to give students a room to excel – Omolewa

Professor Michael Omolewa is Nigeria's representative at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) between 2000 and 2009 out of which he...

You can use English to study in France – French Diplomat

Laurent Polonceaux is the French Consular General in Lagos. In this exclusive interview with ABDUSSALAM AMOO, he highlighted why Nigerians should consider a university...

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...

Every female child should be given freedom to achieve greatness – Hafsat Abdulwaheed

Hajiya Hafsat Abdulwaheed is the first female author in Northern Nigeria. She is the mother of a veteran journalist, Kadaria Ahmed and a wife...

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...
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