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» Pictures Of Nigerian Teen Accepted Into 7 Ivy League Colleges Bloomfield High School Senior David Odekunle, Who Grew Up In Nigeria, Receives Acceptance Letters From 7 Ivy Leagues Schools: ‘It’s Like A Once-In-A-Lifetime Feeling’ He hasn’t made his final choice yet. But no matter where David Odekunle chooses to attend college, the Bloomfield High School senior is looking forward to taking…

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Nigerian professor wins ₦958 Million Grant From Bill Gates Foundation

UNILAG’s Professor Bosede Wins ₦958 Million Grant From Bill Gates Foundation A Nigerian professor identified as Bosede Afolabi has made the country proud by winning the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grant. The University of Lagos (UNILAG) gynaecologist was awarded a research grant of $2,518,474.00 (N958,908,975.50). Her project is titled Intravenous Versus Oral Iron for Iron Deficiency…

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Why Universities May No Longer Be Needed In The Next 15 Years

WILL UNIVERSITIES BE NEEDED IN THE NEXT 15 YEARS?The Federal Executive Council recently approved more universities, and established more Polytechnics and Colleges of Education while Tesla, Apple, Google, Netflix and some multinationals announced that effective 2021, university degree will not be required for hiring.Google is also developing a new suit called Google career certificates which is intended…

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ASUU STRIKE: Have Three Children In Public Universities – Ngige (Minister of Labour And Employment)

Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, has restated the commitment of Federal Government to end the eight-month strike embarked on by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities. He described as untrue, comments that government officials have been foot-draggers in the ongoing negotiations with the university lecturers because their children school abroad. Ngige said, “I…

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FG to feed and deworm children with N142.3 billion in 2021

The federal government has budgeted N142.3 billion to feed 9.86 million children, deworm seven million children and recount the pupils in 2021 under the Home-Grown School Feeding programme (NHGSFP). Premium Times reported that the N142.3 billion is meant to cater to the feeding of about 10 million, deworming of seven million primary 1-3 pupils in 35 states and FCT and 60,000 out-of-school…

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