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Prof Omobowale and the Emergence of Literature and Medicine in Nigeria

In this piece, Stephen Kekeghe celebrates the scholarship of Professor E. B. Omobowale, a Professor of English at the University of Ibadan. In every sane...

21st Century Teaching: A clarion call for rejuvenating professionalism

Stephen Williams proposes a model for the rejuvenating of professionalism among teachers in this article. He proposes regular training of educators, allowance for collaboration...

Late Prof. Cordelia Agbebaku: Missed and never forgotten in AAU

Inwalomhe Donald recalls the times of late Professor Cordelia Agbebaku as the Vice Chancellor of the Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State. She died...

MSSN at 64: Moments in history

Muhammad Jameel Muhammad chronicles the history of the Muslim Students' Society of Nigeria (MSSN), which turned 64 today. He identifies the progress made so...

Why UNIMAID did convocation in two years interval after long

Ifeoma Dominic gives insights into why the University of Maiduguri now holds its convocation ceremony in two years as against longer intervals it previously...

Restructuring our education system for a better Nigeria

By Temitope Adigun One thing that is peculiar and synonymous to every society in the world is the urge and hunger for progress, living on...

Education: Between going to school and being successful

In this article, Oni Muhammad suggests that success in life goes beyond schooling. The Nigerian society is one that values academic results. A graduate with...

An Open Letter to Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, the Executive Governor of Kaduna

by Alasela Saidi  Dear Mallam Nasir, Despite the pleas for mercy from different organizations and unions on your decision to sack over twenty thousand primary school...

Prioritising education and standardising teacher welfarism is the way forward

The impact teachers have on their students last a lifetime and until education is prioritized and teachers' welfare is standardized, we will continue sacking teachers en masse and producing graduates who don’t know their left from their right.

Teacher Quality Reforms: Nigerians Hate Nigeria

It’s not surprising to see that changes aren’t meeting Nigeria, when young minds pass through institutions with nothing to hold on to, we then start thinking of working out solutions to people who should be drivers of innovation and creativity in our society, but with teachers who have nothing to offer, it’s a case of back to square one for us!
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