Category Archives: Education

Osinbajo Speaks At Oxford University, Inaugurates New Board

Nigeria Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, yesterday spoke at Oxford University and also inaugurated the International Advisory Board of the university’s African Studies Centre.

The newly inaugurated board of the African Studies Centre include Mr Tito Mboweni, an international advisor of Goldman Sachs, and former Chairman of the South African Reserve Bank, who will chair the board; Madame Monica Geingos, First Lady of Namibia, lawyer and entrepreneur; Professor Ibrahim Gambari, former UN Under-Secretary for Political Affairs, one-time Nigeria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations and former Nigeria’s External Affairs Minister and Dr Charlotte Scott, former First Lady of Zambia and development specialist.

Siyavula, 9mobile launch aspire maths portal

Siyavula, online education platform, is set to delight young scholars in mathematics with the launch of a new e-learning service called Aspire Maths.

The launch, which took place last Monday, is being done with the support of 9mobile, award-winning telecommunications company and leader in youth development

Davido Agrees To Pay Fan’s School Fees In Adeleke University, Ile-Ife

Nigerian Afro-Pop superstar and DMW’s boss David Adeleke, known as David has come to secure of one of his fan who was given admission into Adeleke University, Ile-Ife but unable to afford the school fees.

One of Davido’s fans was offered admission to Adeleke University but he can’t afford the school fees, and he took to social media to call out Davido to pay his school fees.

See JAMB CAPS For 2018/2019 Admission Exercise Activated

This to notify candidates seeking admission into various tertiary institutions for the 2018/2019 academic session that the JAMB CAPS have been activated for the admission exercise.

This means that candidates can now monitor their admission status and easily know when they have been offered an admission.

JAMB Offers 200,000 Admission: Accept or Reject Before 16th Oct – See Details

JAMB has announced that over 200,000 candidates, who applied into various tertiary institutions as first choice, have been offered admission in the 2018/2019 Academic Session. JAMB has also instructed at all those who have been given admission in their first choice institution should either accept or reject the admission on or before 16th Oct, 2018.

This findings was made known to us by The Head, Media and Information of the JAMB, Dr Fabian Benjamin. He also warned that candidates who fail to accept their admission before the above date, should consider such admission lost, as the board intends to mop up any admission spots for other interested candidates.

NYSC: See The 7 Sins Of Davido And Accompanying Sanctions

NYSC: The Seven Sins of Davido and Accompanying Sanctions by Richarmond O. Natha-Alade

In recent time, there has been emphasis on the need to participate in the one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme mandated under the enabling Act. The calls amidst the recent realities of sacks, resignations and disqualifications (among others) of political leaders who became graduates at and/or before the age of thirty but failed to participate in the scheme.

Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State Ranked Best Nigerian University

Times Higher Education ranking released on September 26, 2018, Covenant University has been ranked as the best in Nigeria.

Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State has become the highest ranked Nigerian university in the latest Times Higher Education ranking released on September 26, 2018.

Kano Government Pays N265million To Five Private Universities In Nigeria

Kano State Government has released one quarter of the outstanding tuition fees (for 2016-2018 session) totalling N265,637,741 for indigent students in private universities.

At a briefing in his office, the Commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, said the universities include