Buhari signs bill establishing two tertiary institutions

President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria has signed bills establishing two tertiary institutions into law. He also signed another unrelated to education. EduCeleb.com gathered that the...

Irrelevant courses responsible for high unemployed graduates in Nigeria – Senator Kaura

Senator Tijjani Kaura represents Zamfara North Federal Constituency at the 8th Senate.  ABDUSSALAM AMOO recently interviewed Kaura who is the Chairman, Senate Committee on...

Stakeholders propose government recognition to boost PPP in education

Stakeholders have proposed the need for government recognition to further boost public-private partnership (PPP) in the promotion of the education sector. They made this...

Jigawa allocates 26.4% of budget to education

Jigawa State government has allocated 26.4% of its annual budget for 2018 to education, EduCeleb.com findings show. The state governor, Mr. Muhammed Badaru had presented...

Bayelsa teachers to undergo competency test soon

Teachers in the Bayelsa State government payroll are going to undergo competency test soon. The Governor of Bayelsa State, Mr. Seriake Dickson, had announced this...

Buhari refuses to assent bill establishing Federal University Wukari

Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari has rejected the Federal University Wukari Establishment Bill, 2017 which were sent to him by the National Assembly for assent....

Education graduates to undergo one-year internship soon – FG

The Federal Government will soon start a one-year internship programme for education graduates to improve teaching quality in the country. The Registrar of the Teachers...

NANS commends National Assembly over Student Financial Aid bill

As the world commemorates the International Students' Day, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has commended the National Assembly for passing the Students...

Nasarawa State varsity to admit only 4,000 of 30,000 applicants

The management of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, said on Friday that it would not admit more than 4 , 000 new students for the...

Kaduna Assembly Probes Planned Sack Of 21,000 Teachers

The Kaduna State House of Assembly (KDHA) has set up a seven-man committee to investigate the planned disengagement of primary school teachers who were...
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