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Government needs to take Technical Education Seriously – Maduka

Engr (Mrs) Joanna Olu Maduka is the president of Nigerian Academy of Engineering (NAE),and first president of the Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN)....

Not too old to learn: Fatima Kurfi, the septuagenarian who earned a degree

Education is not just for the young. That is exemplified in the story of Hajiya Fatima Kurfi, a Septuagenarian who returned to school about...

NIEPA boss becomes UNIBEN Vice-Chancellor

The Registrar of the National Institute for Educational Planning And Administration (NIEPA) has been appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Benin (UNIBEN).

Nigerian, Chinelo Emelife graduates best at Indian university

A 28-year-old student from Nigeria, Stella Chinelo Emelife has graduated best at an Indian university after she swept 20 gold medals and five cash...

​Women’s rights, education: Breaking the silence by Boluwatife Akintomide

Boluwatife Akintomide focuses on the need to promote the education of women as well as women's rights in the Nigerian society. Many young women are...
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Obi emerges UNICAL first female vice-chancellor

Professor Florence Obi has broken a 45-year jinx by emerging the first female Vice-Chancellor-elect of the University of Calabar.

Poor female enrolment at Gombe varsity worrisome – VC

The Vice-Chancellor of Federal University Kashere, Gombe State, Alhassan Gani, has expressed concerns over the low number of newly admitted female students...

UNILAG VC congratulates Lola Akande for winning 2017 ANA Prize for Prose Fiction

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe has congratulated an academic in the university, Lola Akande for winning the 2017 Association...

67% of schools in eight northern states have no female teacher – UNICEF

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has revealed that 67 percent of schools in eight states in Northern Nigeria have no female teacher. The UNICEF...

Nigerian schoolgirls develop app to help underprivileged children get education funding

A group of five Nigerian schoolgirls working as team ‘Brain Squad’ have developed an app that would help finance the education of poor children...
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