Speaking during a panel session Thursday at the Global Education Summit in London, the President said the size and population of Nigeria are challenges for any administration, but despite this, the government and people realize that education is the starting point for success.
Speaking at the inauguration of a multimillion naira information communication technology (ICT) centre and a central administrative block donated to the Ansaru-ud-Deen College Ijagbo by Prince Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), AbdulRazaq said the administration seeks sustainable partnership with private sector, philanthropists and corporations to fund school infrastructure, manpower development and build a brighter future for the Kwara child.
Kumuyi made this assertion at the institution’s maiden convocation and awards of first degrees and prizes on Friday in Lagos.
Mr Rilwan Hassan, the Executive Secretary, Kaduna State Scholarship and Loans Board, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna.
He reiterates his commitment to ensuring that all abandoned projects funded with tax-payers are fixed in phases and as resources permit.
Akpabio, who thanked the President for reaffirming his commitment to making education key in his development agenda for the youth, through the establishment of technology based tertiary education, pledged the continuous peace and support of the region to his administration.
The President of SSANU, Mohammed Haruna, gave the advice while speaking with newsmen on Sunday in Abuja.
Okebukola, who is the Director, Lagos State University Africa Centre of Excellence for Innovative and Transformative STEM Education (LASU-ACEITSE), gave the advice in Lagos at his retirement ceremony.
Leonard said this on Thursday at the commemoration of the Student Visa Day organised by the US Mission in Abuja.
Adamu, represented by the Permanent Secretary, Sonny Echono, said this while monitoring the NCEE in some centres in Abuja.
The company stated that it is in line with its commitment to support efforts in promoting quality primary education and also contribute to the growth of educational sector in Nigeria, through its Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
A statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Higher Education, Mohammed Abatcha, on Thursday in Maiduguri said the decision was to avoid escalation of violence.
The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, at the unveiling of customised reflective children safety jackets and uniforms for cadet and school crossing guards in Abuja
Sanwo-Olu, the Visitor to LASU, also removed the university’s Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council for alleged flagrant violations of the extant laws and regulations of the university guiding the appointment of a vice chancellor.
He appreciated the unflinching support Professor Abubakar has provided to public health institutions in Nigeria in the area of control and prevention of communicable diseases.
Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, Registrar, JAMB, made this known during a virtual meeting with 2021 UTME Committee Members on Friday.
The panel, chaired by former VC of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Prof. Bamitale Omole, turned in three volumes of report to the Governor – the Visitor to the university – 37 days after it was constituted to examine if the extant laws of the university and other relevant guidelines were followed in the process of appointing a new VC.
The all-boys college was founded in 1909 under the British Act.
Dr. Josiah Sabo-Kente, the Acting Head of Department, revealed this to newsmen on Friday in Keffi.
Abdullahi Abdullahi, the Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications of the university, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday in Jos.