Category Archives: Education

How This Brilliant Black Girl Left Africa To Become Best Graduating Student In Canada – Photo

A brilliant African girl has made the continent proud after going to Canada to set a record.Shamima Opoku Amankwah

A brilliant girl who grew up in Ghana, left Wesley Girls’ SHS when she was in year one, flew abroad and ended up becoming the best graduating student at the Our Lord Secondary School in Canada has been praised.

The Girl In Viral Babcock University Sex Tape Gets International Scholarship

The female student of Babcock University who went viral last year after appearing in a sex tape, has been offered an international scholarship.If you recall, the student was expelled by the managemnet of the school after a video showing her and an ex-student of the school having sex surfaced on the internet.

At age 60, This Nigerian Man Still Wants To Study Pharmacy After Writing UTME Exam

A man at 60 has continued the pursuit of becoming a pharmacist after writing UTME examination.

A 60-year-old man has said he will not give up in pursuing his dream of becoming a pharmacist.

See Lord Lugard Footbridge In Kaduna: 116 Years After (Video)

The Lord Lugard footbridge is one of the major tourist centers in Nigeria located in Kaduna. It was built during colonial rules. Before the bridge was constructed there was no way if linking both halves except by canoes.The bridge was built by sir Frederic lugard in 1904 at zungeru, the capital of the northern protectorate of Nigeria after the Amalgamation of the Northern and southern protectorate.

How NYSC Changed My Perception Of Igbos’ (Photo)

A former Corps member, Adejo Alexander Johnson, has advised prospective corps members not to be in a hurry to seek redeployment from states they are posted to for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

He regretted that some to-be corps members had missed their divine opportunities by redeploying from states they weare posted to because of wrong perception about the people.

Nigerian third class graduate shares inspiring story of how he bagged a First Class in UK

A Nigerian man, Oluwadara has taken to social media to share an inspiring story of how he rose from being a third class student and graduated with First Class from the University of Plymouth in  the UK.

According to him, he graduated with a third class from the University of Ibadan while in Nigeria.

U.K school hires 10-year old Nigerian tech genius as its new coding instructor

A U.K School has hired a 10-year old Nigerian tech genius as its new coding instructor.One remarkable young Nigerian girl managed to defy the odds and was recently hired by a school in the United Kingdom to teach others about coding.

2020 University Admission Begins August 21, says JAMB

The Joint Admissions Matriculation Board has directed all institutions to begin the conduct of the first and second choice admission with effect from August 21.

While directing institutions to desist from selling forms for admissions into some listed programmes, JAMB urged them to advise candidates to apply for the programmes through its office.

Outgoing Female Corper Cries Because Of N33k She Will Miss From NYSC – Video

From The Trending Video, Sighted By NAIJABIZCOM On Facebook, One Batch B stream Two Female Corper, caught Crying, When ask, what is the problem, she said She Don’t want to leave NYSC after Receiving Her nysc certificate during her P.O.P On July 17th, 2020.She Also said, she  want to continue to Enjoy the 33k NYSC Alawee, that she want to continue serving Nigeria.

Enugu State Approves ₦24.6 Million Bursary For 246 Enugu Law School Students

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has approved the release of the sum of N24,600,000.00 (Twenty-four million, six hundred thousand naira only) to the Enugu State Scholarship and Education Loans Board (ESSELB) for Bursary allowance to 246 students of the state at the Nigeria Law Schools.

A statement by the Executive Secretary of ESSELB, Barr. Levis Uche Abonyi, disclosed that the beneficiary students will get the sum of N100,000 (One hundred thousand naira) each.