See Primary 4 Test Papers That Over 21,000 Teachers Fail When Tested

The governor of Kaduna state Mallam Nasir Ahmed Elrufai made the teachers in the state be tested with examinations to a certain the level of IQ and education of the teachers in the state. Knowingly or unknowingly to most of the teachers, the test is questions picked from Primary 4 pupils examination. Surprisingly, over 1,250... Continue Reading →

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7,169 Teachers Trained by USAID on Gov. Shettima’s Quest

Seven thousand one hundred and sixty nine (7,169) primary and junior secondary schools teachers in Borno State have so far been trained by the United State Agency for International Development following a request by Governor Kashim Shettima whose administration is engaged in massive building of modern schools and remodeling of existing across Borno State. Many... Continue Reading →

RE: Reviving Agriculture: Why Northern Governors Should Act, By Declaring A State Of Emergency

Agriculture has been historically recognized and acknowledged as the most legitimate and labour incentive source of generating incomes for sustainable livelihoods, food security and self sufficiency ,since the dawn of human civilization. This tradition has made agricultural pursuits and farming to stand out as the most popular and spiritually fulfilling vocation and ordained occupation of... Continue Reading →

Over 19,000 Schools Benefit From FG School Feeding, 5.5m Children To Benefit by December

Over 19,000 schools have so far been covered under the National Home Grown School Feeding Programme. In total, 2,918,842 schoolchildren from 19,881 schools in the 14 pilot states of the federation have so far benefitted from the school feeding programme, which is part of President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s N500 billion Social Investment Programmes, SIPs. A... Continue Reading →

BREAKING: NECO Has Released 2017 Jun/July Results

Rose Jiya, Minna: The national examinations council neco has released the 2017 june/july senior school certificate examination results with more than seven hundred and forty-five thousand candidates scoring five credits and above including English language and mathematics, representing 70.85% of candidates who sat for the exams. This years result represent 1.1% improvement in performance above... Continue Reading →

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo Receives Malala Yousafzai

There is a need for the development and dissemination of alternative and counter narratives to challenge terrorism and violent extremism. Yesterday, I had the privilege of receiving a delegation of the World Leadership Alliance a.k.a Club de Madrid which included two former African Presidents: Festus Mogae of Botswana & Cassa Muttem of Mauritius. There is... Continue Reading →

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