EDUCATION

Respect for Tai Solarin and love for HID made me accept TASUED’s honour -OBJ

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo said he accepted the honorary award from Tai Solarin University of Education, TASUED, Ijagun because  of his respect for late educationist, Tai Solarin and his love for late Chief Mrs HID Awolowo. Obasanjo stated this on ...

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LASUTH performs successful kidney transplant

The Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, Ikeja, yesterday made its way into the list hospitals that offers kidney transplant services following a successful kidney transplant on a 56-year- old man in Lagos. The procedure which took two and half ...

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GTB UNVEILS SKS YOUNG INVENTOR COMPETITION

Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), has unveiled the SKS Young Inventor Competition which is expected to run between October 27th and November 30th. The SKS Young Inventor Competition is an amazing journey to find the next generation of inventors and forward ...

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Teacher Loses Job for Failing to Address Transgender as a Male.

According to a Houston Report, a federal discrimination complaint has been filed on behalf of a Katy-area educator who says she was wrongly terminated for refusing to address a 6-year-old girl as a transgender boy.“All of those rights were not ...

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UBA Foundation National Essay Competition: entries close November 13, 2015

Senior secondary school students in Nigeria have a few more days more to enter the UBA Foundation national essay competition, which closes November 13, 2015. UBA Foundation, which is the corporate social responsibility arm of United Bank for Africa (UBA) ...

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ABORTION: 50,000 girls in Nigeria die from abortion yearly

More than 50, 000 Nigerian girls die annually from complicatgions arising from wrong and poorly done abortions. The Nigeria Medical Association Committee on Girl Child Education revealed that young school girls are influenced by peer pressure. Speaking on Wednesday during ...

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‘Choleralike’ illness hits FGC, 300 students admitted

Close to 300 students of the Federal Government Girls’ College in Efon Alaaye, Ekiti State, have been infected with an outbreak of a disease suspected to be cholera. Some of the affected students were treated and discharged, but a good ...

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Buhari promised free education before election

One of the major promises from the camp of the All Progressive Congress (APC), was the pledge of (President) Muhammadu Buhari to provide free education to children in Nigeria if elected. Some person like myself, have started wondering if the ...

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18-year-old kills school senior in a fight

Benjamin Sunday, 18years of age, has been arraigned before a Lagos High Court in Ikeja for allegedly stabbing his senior in school, Gbenga Adigun, whose corpse was found on the decking of a building. Benjamin Sunday, who lives at No. ...

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Ebola Return? 10 persons quarantined in Calabar

Yesterday (Thursday), ten persons were quarantined after coming into contact with a patient with Ebola-like symptoms in the southern Nigerian city of Calabar. This is coming a year after the country was declared free of the deadly disease. A staff ...

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