By Oghenefego Obaebor THE Oxford and Cambridge Club (OCC) of Nigeria has partnered the Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust (CCEIT) to jointly fund scholarships for study at the University of Cambridge. The OCC Nigeria Cambridge Scholarships is targeted at post-graduate students on one year Master’s courses at the university.Read More →

By Chris Onuoha THE annual mathematics competition tagged: The Ultimate Mathematics Ambassadors, TUMA, 2018 for primary five and six pupils of both private and public schools within Lagos and Ogun states, organised by the Ambassadors Schools, Ota, Ogun State, has produced its winners. In an award ceremony held weekend atRead More →

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, says 72 people have died of Lassa Fever since January 1. This is contained in the centre’s situation report on the virus. According to the report, dated February 25, 1,081 suspected cases were reported in 18 states. Lassa-fever The states are Edo, Ondo,Read More →

By Suzan Edeh Bauchi State government has intervened in the dispute between the State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB and Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi Foundation over Qur’anic recitation of Tsangaya Schools across the state. The Commissioner for Education, Professor Haruna Danwanka, who disclosed this in a statement yesterday, said the governmentRead More →

THE attack on the Government Girls Technical College, in Dapchi, Yobe State, apart from re-opening the unhealed wounds which the abduction of Chibok girls left in the national psyche, has once again dealt a wicked blow to the national effort to promote girl-child education in Nigeria. Most painfully, it isRead More →