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    Education

    Why Nigeria Must Make Senior Secondary Education Free

    Despite the promises made by Nigerian politicians during electioneering campaigns that they will give education the deserved priority, many successive leaders across the country...

    Why Nigeria Cannot Celebrate Education Day

    The International Day of Education (IDE), commemorated on 24 January, is a day set aside by the United Nations General Assembly to celebrate the...

    Education Day: MCYD Delivers Books to School

    In commemoration of the International Day of Education, the Maigida Centre for Youth Development (MCYD) has donated books to Sabon Gari Primary School, Jalingo,...

    Education: Nigerian Leaders, Politicians Get Priority Call

    As the global community marks the International Day of Education, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has called on presidential candidates in Nigeria to...

    2023 Elections: Adopting CSOs’ Education Manifesto

    In December 2022, a coalition of over 100 development partners developed a basic education manifesto in which they charged politicians and policymakers to prioritise...

    2023: Campaign Promises and Education Commitment

    It is another election cycle in Nigeria and political candidates are out with their manifestos on what they intend to do if voted into...

    2023 Elections: CSOs Set Basic Education Agenda

    As campaigns for Nigeria's 2023 2023 elections heat up, a coalition of over 100 civil society organisations (CSOs) and development partners have called on...

    Photos: Nigerians ‘Walk for Education’, Make Demands

    A coalition of over 100 civil society organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria has reiterated the call for indigent children, especially girls, across the country to...

    Out-Of-School Children: Candidates Make Promises

    Three presidential candidates for Nigeria’s 2023 elections have made promises on how to address the menace of out-of-school children in the country. Atiku Abubakar of...

    History Reintroduction: What Next for Nigeria?

    The government of Nigeria recently announced the reintroduction of History as a standalone subject in basic education curriculum in the country 13 years after...

    Student Loans: How Realistic in Nigeria?

    Nigeria's National Assembly recently passed the Students' Loan Bill sponsored by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila. The bill aims to enable...

    UNESCO Provides Update on Tech4All Project

    The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), in collaboration with Huawei, has announced plans to begin the 'Technology-enabled Open School for All'...

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