No fewer than 7,705 unemployed graduates in Niger would benefit from the second batch of the 2018 N-power Volunteers programme of the Federal Government.
Nasarawa House of Assembly on Tuesday approved a five-year single tenure for Vice-Chancellor for the state-owned University, Keffi and other principal officers of the institution.
The Federal Government says it is feeding 8.5 million children each school day under its school feeding programme across the country.
The Katsina state governor has called for more private sector participation in the development of education in the northern part of the country.
Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Chief Executive Officer, Dangote Group, has urged the Federal Government to provide critical infrastructure that would make the nation’s environment conducive for businesses to thrive.
Students, under the auspices of League of African Development Students, on Wednesday applauded the leadership of the Joint Task Force, JTF, in the Niger Delta for providing security for increased oil production.
The Bayelsa Government, on Wednesday, said it had spent more than N70 billion to provide qualitative education through the introduction of a new school system in the state.
A lawmaker in Oyo State, Wunmi Oladeji, on Tuesday decried the decision of the management of Ladoke Akinola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, to increase its school fees by 300 per cent.
World Youth Summit Awards nominated SDG initiative, ‘Be A Girl’ on 19th July 2018 awarded 169 top performing female students from 3 Senior High Schools in the Nkwanta South Municipal of the Volta Region in Ghana.
The Commandant, Air Force Institute of Technology, AVM Cletus Udeagulu, said on Monday that the institute would soon commence degree programmes in aerospace and defence engineering.
Eighteen students have emerged winners in the just-concluded zonal contests of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation National Science Quiz Competition held in the six geo-political zones of the country.
The Katsina State Government says it has employed 5, 000 teachers to teach in its primary schools as part of effort to address shortage of manpower in education sector.
Hajia Fatimatu Alfa, the Adamawa Coordinator of the Federal Government School Feeding Programme, has said that more than 400,000 pupils had been targeted in the programme scheduled for September.
The council’s Head, Information Unit, Azeez Sanni, disclosed this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Lagos.