A citizen’s ratiocination: Assessing tertiary institutions and quality of graduates by Chidera Anushiem

A citizen’s ratiocination: Assessing tertiary institutions and quality of graduates by Chidera Anushiem

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Chidera Anushiem evaluates extent of efforts dissipated on ensuring the greeater quality of graduates are churned out through tertiary institutions. “Knowledge is power; information is liberating; education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.” — Kofi Annan Whether…

Dear teacher, your appearance counts  By Nancy Ekpezu

Dear teacher, your appearance counts By Nancy Ekpezu

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Nancy Ekpezu admonishes teachers on adopting appropriate dressing as representatives of their noble profession. If you must be successful as a teacher or a leader, please make a deliberate effort to always appear professional at work. Your appearance counts! Don’t let anybody…

Why Northern Nigeria is Educationally Disadvantaged By Mohammed Dahiru Aminu

Why Northern Nigeria is Educationally Disadvantaged By Mohammed Dahiru Aminu

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Mohammed Dahiru Aminu takes a cursory look why Northern Nigeria is educationally disadvantaged and has not so far fully embraced Western education till today. He goes historical into foundations of the type of education in the North as ingrained by the British…

OAU: The betrayal of students and the deafening silence of all

OAU: The betrayal of students and the deafening silence of all

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Kazeem Olalekan Israel writes on the silence of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) management in the face of difficult situations facing students on the campus. “I am not a liberator. There are no liberators. The people liberate themselves” – Ernesto Che Guevara…

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