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NBTE Approves Open Distance and Flexible Learning in 25 Polytechnics

NBTE Approves Open Distance and Flexible Learning in 25 Polytechnics

As part of efforts towards improving access to quality education, the National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) on Wednesday May 24, 2017 approved the implementation of Open Distance and Flexible Learning (ODFL) for 12 programs including Science and Laboratory Technology, ...

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Free Education in A’Ibom State … And the burden of governance By Saviour Ekpe

Free Education in A’Ibom State  … And the burden of governance  By Saviour Ekpe

The four letters word ‘free’ is a relative word because it means many things to many people, circumstance and events. However, according to Oxford Advance Learner’s dictionary New 8th Edition in the context of  this article, the word ‘free’ means ...

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Democracy, a Welcome Child of Necessity

It would interest you to know that democracy is one of the best things to happen in a country especially in a Nigerian society that had a long military regime since independence. Democracy is an elixir of life, therefore the ...

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Udom Emmanuel: A pictorial look in two years By Joe Etokudor

Udom Emmanuel:  A pictorial look in two years  By Joe Etokudor

The greatness of any nation or state is not measured in terms of military might, vast expanse of land or population, but industrialization which would make life meaningful for the populace. With an abundance of yet untapped natural and human ...

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Politics of Automatic Ticket and Nigerian Fledgling Democracy By Joe Etokudor

There is a correlation between responsible political representation and prosperity of the represented all over the world. Put succinctly, the development of a people in any modern day democratic governance is a function of how well the people’s elected representative ...

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Police charge students on delinquencies By Saviour Ekpe

Police charge students on delinquencies  By Saviour Ekpe

The world over, delinquency among youths especially between the ages of 12 and 35 have been on alarming rates and this, according analysts is detrimental to futuristic projection of ‘youths as leaders of tomorrow’ if not checked and drastically arrested ...

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COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF ZONE ‘F’ MEETING OF THE NIGERIA UNION OF JOURNALISTS (NUJ) HELD AT BADEN BADEN HOTEL, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE ON SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017.

COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF ZONE ‘F’ MEETING OF THE NIGERIA UNION OF JOURNALISTS (NUJ) HELD AT BADEN BADEN HOTEL, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE ON SATURDAY, MAY 13, 2017.

The meeting which was presided over by the Zonal Vice President, Comrade Eddy Ogude, was attended by a National Trustee, Comrade Samuel Egbala and the Zonal Secretary, Comrade Opaka Dokubo as well as the chairmen and secretaries of the six ...

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And Another Feather Adorns the Cap By Daniel Osofisan

And Another Feather Adorns the Cap  By Daniel Osofisan

Last week, Fortune, a part of the TIME network released a list of 34 World Leaders who are changing health care globally, and surprise! surprise! Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the Chair of Gavi as well as CEO Seth Berkley, made the ...

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Old Age: Blessing or Scourge

Old Age: Blessing or Scourge

The ageing process is a normal physiological process that commences at the time of conception in every living being. In humans, it is inevitable change, which varies in time, rate and degree from one individual to another. The changes in ...

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Indefinite strike looms in AKSCOE … As three days warning strike ends Tuesday By Saviour Ekpe

Indefinite strike looms in AKSCOE … As three days warning strike ends Tuesday By Saviour Ekpe

On Friday precisely, May 5, 2017 an ongoing second semester examination was put to a halt following a-3-Day warning strike embarked upon by members of staff of the Akwa Ibom State College of Education under the aegis of Joint Council ...

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