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February 23, 2024
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The implication of peace education

The implication of peace education

Today, everywhere you look at is in turmoil. As humans who are less humane, we have unwittingly let the genie out of the bottle and now, “mere anarchy is loosened upon the world”, as Y.…

Foundation kicks against child molestation, abuse, violation

Foundation kicks against child molestation, abuse, violation

As Nigerian children joined the peers across the world to celebrate this year’s International Children’s Day, a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO), under the aegis of the Best Life For African Child (BLAC) Foundation, staged a Children’s…

Everybody agrees Nigeria is in bad shape

Everybody agrees Nigeria is in bad shape

S uddenly and for no apparent reason, anarchy is loose upon Anambra State. The people are in shock and wondering why? Why is there too much violence in the streets now that we have a…

Babcock varsity advocates religious harmony, tolerance for peaceful nation

Babcock varsity advocates religious harmony, tolerance for peaceful nation

Kayode Olanrewaju Against rising religious intolerance in the country, the authorities of Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo in Ogun State, have advocated religious understanding and inter-faith relations that will enthrone and ensure peace, stability and mutual co-existence…

Disquiet over FG’s planned N999m daily feeding of school children

Disquiet over FG’s planned N999m daily feeding of school children

˜ Stakeholders: Ministry should present database for Nigerians ˜ NUT: We’re after transparency, probity ˜ Programme only raised false hope – Food vendors   CRITICISM Last week’s announcement by the Federal Government that it will…

Topfaith varsity admits pioneer students

Topfaith varsity admits pioneer students

Fourteen months after the approval by the National Universities Commission (NUC) to operate as a private university, Topfaith University, Mkpatak, Essien Udim in Akwa Ibom State, has been formally inaugurated with the matriculation of the…

Lagos schools shine at Charity CDS Group Children’s Day competition

Lagos schools shine at Charity CDS Group Children’s Day competition

This year’s edition of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC ) Charity CDS Group Inter-School Quiz/Debate/ Spelling Bee competition, organised by the corps members undertaking their compulsory one-year NYSC in Alimosho Local Government Area, Lagos for…

Group tasks higher institutions to admit blind candidates

Group tasks higher institutions to admit blind candidates

The JAMB Equal Opportunity Group (JEOG) has called on the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) to host the biennial Africa Regional Conference on Equal Opportunities in Higher Education beginning from 2023.   The group,…

Children’s Day: Bridge Nigeria helping children become what they want to be in future

Children’s Day: Bridge Nigeria helping children become what they want to be in future

  Kayode Olanrewaju As Nigerian children commemorated this year’s Children’s Day, Bridge Nigeria has reiterated its commitment to the development of the children by helping them to become what they want to be in the…

Students get N20m scholarships in UNESCO backed competition

Students get N20m scholarships in UNESCO backed competition

Not less than 42,000 primary and secondary school students are to benefit from N20 million United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) back competition in some states of the federation. The competition would also…