Education, Stories 17/05/2017 by Tersoo Edward Antsah

I Love Me An Expressive Woman

Semi nude! Usually, I try to stay out of stuff like this but I’ll make an exception. While what I’m saying may just be my opinion, it will certainly include some facts. We live in a society where our Nigerian men have set unreasonable expectations for women to follow and adhere to. Anything outside of the conversational thought process get […]

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Education, Stories 10/05/2017 by Paul Apel Papel

A Letter To Nigerian Parents

Dear parents, Let’s be real! I wish to start by adding the benefit of my time as a student and then resident in the United Kingdom. Living in Abuja now. The first thing that I discovered about UK-born, white, English undergraduates was that all of them did holiday or weekend job to support themselves, including the children of millionaires amongst […]

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Education, Stories 8/04/2017 by Prof. Yima Sen

They want our land; But who are they?

I am in a fiery mood today and I plead that you read me and think before commenting. Progressive praxis, that is theory plus practice demands a class analysis as well as a proper understanding of difference and its implications. I will apply both here regarding the Tiv question. The Tiv are Bantoid, in fact proto-Bantu, the original Bantu. They […]

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Education, Stories 23/03/2017 by Simon V. Irtwange

Family Power Dispensations

In the lifetime of most Nigerian family settings, there are 3 Dispensations of Power. The 1st is the first 25 years in the life of the family  (father, mother, children) where power indisputably rest with the father. The 2nd is after the kids have grown and started working when the power shifts to the mother. The 3rd is when the […]

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Education, Stories 18/03/2017 by Ochanya Cynthia Okwoli

Babe

Little did Onyemowo know that she will be caught red handed at the Okota bend down select market where she always steal second hand clothes often. She thought her evil wisdom will help her for long, but she seemed to have forgotten that 99 days for the thief and one day, just one day for the owner. Many ladies and […]

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What sort of rubbish is this in Benue State?

Education, Stories 5/12/2016 by Mshelia Jamilu Jamal

What sort of rubbish is this in Benue State?

After Nathaniel Ikyur is working hard encouraging that we keep Benue clean, our academias are contributing greatly by keeping the state dirty. What fine do they deserve? Hmmmm… After all the ‘wahala’, your spellings are wrong, remove this line and replace it with this or project supervisor always been absent or even the prayer and fasting some students do for […]

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PAMSET Schools, Aliade: Taking Over The Private Sector

Education, Stories 28/10/2016 by iambenue

PAMSET Schools, Aliade: Taking Over The Private Sector

PAMSET Schools, Aliade was established in September, 2014 by Mr Asema Samuel T. It has both Secondary School and Nursery & Primary School. The schools are located at Tse-Uba, Aliade, Gwer East Local Government Area. The population of the schools has quickly increased as a result of students’ performance, which is unavoidably made by possible by good management and the […]

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Education, Stories 17/10/2016 by iambenue

After National Youth Service Corps POP, What Next?

This afternoon, the 2015/2016 set of Batch B corps members all over the country marked the end of its service year with the Passing Out Parade in all the states of the federation plus the FCT. Established in 1973 by the government of Gen. Yakubu Gowon in a bid to reconstruct, reconcile and rebuild the country after the Civil War, […]

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Education, Stories 6/11/2013 by Akaafele

Increase in Tuition Fees: Justifiable?

Not all is well with Nigeria’s educational system. It is still not accessible to all qualified candidates and even the quality of education given to those in school is debatable. Probably in a bid to address some of these issues, government might be considering increasing tuition fees. But is the increase in tuition fees justifiable? This essay articulates three points […]

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