France partners Kano, two Nigerian institutions on university education

France partners Kano, two Nigerian institutions on university education

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The Government of France is currently partnering with the Kano State Government and two Nigerian institutions to offer scholarship programmes in university education. In an interview with EduCeleb.com, the Attaché for Science and Higher Education at the French Embassy in Abuja, Leïla…

Scholars propose establishment of institutionalised research funding agency in Nigeria

Scholars propose establishment of institutionalised research funding agency in Nigeria

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Scholars have proposed the establishment of an institutionalised research funding agency in Nigeria. They made this proposal at a three-day National Workshop held at the Lagos State University (LASU) between 12th and 14th February, 2018. The event sought to equip participants with…

UNILAG postpones 2016/2017 convocation ceremonies

UNILAG postpones 2016/2017 convocation ceremonies

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The University of Lagos (UNILAG) management has postponed the 2016/2017 Convocation Ceremonies earlier scheduled to hold earlier scheduled to hold from Monday, February 19th to Thursday, February 22nd, 2018. The postponement is not unconnected to the industrial action by the nonacademic staff…

Ten emerge winners in Samson Abioye Memorial Scholarship

Ten emerge winners in Samson Abioye Memorial Scholarship

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A total of ten winners have emerged in the maiden edition of the Samson Abioye Memorial Scholarship over the weekend. The scholarship programme which gives the winners Fifty Thousand Naira each is spearheaded by Nigeria’s leading online examination preparatory platform, PASS.NG to support their…

Clinical psychologist reveals how Chrisland School staff raped 2 year old girl

Clinical psychologist reveals how Chrisland School staff raped 2 year old girl

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The Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court room was filled with disgust as a clinical psychologist, Olive Ogedengbe presented a video of a two year, 11 month-old pupil of Chrisland School, Lekki, Lagos portraying her alleged serial defilement by a member…

Ambode signs bill making Yoruba usage and teaching compulsory in schools

Ambode signs bill making Yoruba usage and teaching compulsory in schools

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The Governor of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode has on Thursday signed a bill making the usage and teaching of Yoruba compulsory in schools across the state. It is called the Yoruba Language Preservation and Promotion Law. He also signed six other important…

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