EDUCATION

10 Northern cities every Nigerian should visit

For many, the thought of Northern Nigeria conjures up images of bomb-damaged and dangerous cities with inhospitable residents; however, this is not entirely true as the region features idyllic cascades, picturesque plateaus, captivating architecture and welcoming locals who are proud ...

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Nigerian Graduates are Proving Themselves Worldwide -Unilorin VC

The Vice-Chancellor of University of Ilorin, Prof. Abdul Ambali, has said that he is satisfied with the level of Nigerian tertiary institution academic wise stating that Nigerian graduates work anywhere in the world. According to the VC the only thing ...

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EBOLA: University of Ilorin To Develop Ebola Vaccine

BY AYO OLOWO Vice-Chancellor, University of Ilorin, Prof. Abdulganiyu Ambali says the school’s Ebola Research Committee is working assiduously to develop a vaccine for the Ebola virus. “What is happening is that the committee is just monitoring events; in terms ...

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Soyinka Is More of a Successful Hunter than a Political Critic- Obasanjo

Former president of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has repeated once again that Professor Wole Soyinka is more of a successful aparo (guinea fowl) hunter than a political critic. He repeated it on a programme tagged ‘Book Club’ on Channels. It ...

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Photo: Benue University Students Dump Colleague’s Corpse At VC’s Office

Medical Students of the Benue State University, Makurdi, have deposited the coffin of their dead colleague at the office of the Vice-Chancellor in protest. Sunday Punch gathered that the deceased, Idoko Nicholas Inalegwu, died in controversial circumstances after receiving the ...

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The phones no longer ring

By Reuben Abati first published on Sunday Vanguard As spokesman to President Goodluck Jonathan, my phones rang endlessly and became more than personal navigators within the social space. They defined my entire life; dusk to dawn, all year-round. The phones ...

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CNBC apologizes to Ezekwesili

CNBC Africa on Saturday acknowledged their mistake and apologized to the former minister on the error made yesterday where they had insisted that Arunma Oteh was World Bank first African woman VP. Mrs Ezekwesili has since accepted their apology. Excerpt of ...

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God Won’t Listen To Nigerian Songs- Etcetera

“Shoki hey hey Shoki!” cries a voice from the radio to the beat of a nerve-wracking pandemonium that seems designed to drive you insane. A quick flick of the dial and “Shakiti bobo” is playing. The worse thing is that ...

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Online Degrees Not Recognized In Nigeria – NUC

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has warned Nigerians against patronising online universities and other degree awarding institutions operating online saying that any certificate obtained from such institutions would not be recognised. Speaking at a press conference at the headquarters of ...

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Maryam Abacha university degrees not recognised – NUC

The National Universities Commission has warned that degrees obtained from Maryam Abacha American University of Niger Republic (MAAUN) are sub-standard and will not be accepted in Nigeria, saying henceforth such certificates would not be recognised as a means of seeking ...

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