Every parent does their best to show their children unconditional love in every manner possible. While some children born with a silver spoon have the luxury of living in luxury from an early age, others do not and can only fantasize about it. Every parent's ambition is to give to their children what they never had when they were children, and Musiliu Ayinde Akinsanya, better known as MC Oluomo, has done just that.
The year 2020 witnessed series of social media drama especially with young lads doing wonders in one way or the other, as they turned internet sensation after doing one amazing thing or the other, which has since made them gone viral and tuned topic of discussion on various social media platforms ever since.
We all know the current situation of things in Zamfara state. Bandits have almost taken over everywhere, if not for the recent intervention of the government. The military airstrikes attacked, displacing the majority of the bandits who have taken over classrooms and stopped schools from functioning.
Barely a matter of days after the commencement of the 2021/2022 Academic Session, Teachers in the State one thousand five hundred and sixty five public primary School (1,565), and five hundred and eleven public secondary schools (511) have been giving a welcome gift, just like the welcome test been conducted for the students Populace at the resumption of every term of the year.
Image credit: Christ Embassy The Christian faith is based on love, a concept which entails the willful and sacrificial sharing of virtuals between brethren. Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, emphasized on different occasions, the importance of sharing, especially to the needy. Unfortunately, many Christians and Christian Organizations seem to have either forgotten or willfully decided to play down the urgency of this divine injunction.
As public and private primary and secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State resume for the first term on Monday,13 September 2021, parents and guardians have been advised to ensure relevant textbooks, writing materials, and other necessities are provided for their children and wards ahead of the new term.
September 21, 2021 Over 400 holders of Doctors of Philosophy (PhD) degrees currently teach in public secondary schools in Oyo state. Pastor Akinade Alemu, The Chairman of the state's Post-Primary School Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), has announced the procedure the state followed in the recent recruitment of 5,000 teachers into its secondary schools.
Sequel to the ungoing mass transfer going on in the state, the State chairman of Academic Staff Union of secondary Schools in Ogun State has described the Statewide transfer among the teaching staff of the state public Primary and Secondary Schools as a Tsunami going by the way and manner the transfer was conducted across the 20 local government area of the State.
Today, October 5, 2021, teachers all over the world are being celebrated in what is now referred to as the International Teachers Day or better still, World Teachers' Day. Nigeria is also using the day to celebrate its teachers, although the teachers have tales of woes to tell about their plights.
This is to inform the general public that the Honourable Commissioner for Education Science and Technology, Professor Abayomi Arigbabu has graciously approved the State School Calendar for the 2021/2022 Academic Session which will commence from Monday 13th of September, Year 2021 in schools all over the State. The first term of the session will run between 13, September and 13, December 2021.
Getting adequate education is unarguably money-sapping these days. This is why when Harrison Gwamnishu, a well known human rights activist shared the story of two young children on Facebook today, it got mixed reactions from people. In this article, we would be looking at how Harrison Gwamnishu saved these young children when they were about to dropout of school in 2019.
Does it mean Zamfara students don't go to school Anymore? As Bandits allegedly Convert classroom to Hideout
In recent times, rural communities in Zamfara have been heavily traumatized with attacks, killings and several forms of Banditry. The bandits are known to always target schools students, and this had forced the state government to shut down schools in the affected areas. Well, Sahara reporters has reported how dozens of primary schools in Zamfara has been taken over and converted into hideouts, by armed bandits.
In Nigeria, the official entering age of students' to the primary level of education is six years while the expectant passing out age is Eleven years. For pupils into secondary schools, the duration is between eleven to seventeen years of age. However, there are circumstances which usually delays the child from entering both the primary and the secondary levels of education at the required age thereby making them to stay longer in either of this levels of education.
Anambra state government have ordered for the extension of their school day to Saturdays, because of the compulsory sit-at-home order, in the south east. The sit-at-home has disrupted school activities, in the southeast region. According to the Anambra State Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Don Adinuba, Saturday classes will commence on October 30.
The screening test into the 42 flagship Schools in Ogun conducted by the state Ministry of Education Science and Technology on Saturday August 14, 2021 is a testament about the dynamic nature of the world we are living , as the examination was a departure from the old analog system.
The N-power spokesperson has announced via the official Facebook account on Friday, 24/9/2021, that the ongoing physical verification exercise for batch C stream 1 has been extended by a period of one week. The official statement reads; “The ongoing physical verification exercise for the N-power batch C, stream 1 has been extended by a period of 1 week.
Photo Credit: headtopics.com It is often said that education is the best legacy but today, many schoolchildren learn in fear of building collapse. Education is the future of every nation and it should be prioritized by the government. The ministry of education has a responsibility to take care of the teachers' welfare, school children's well-being as well as the environment where the learning is taking place.
In just two years, the Federal Government has expended 12.26 billion naira under its feeding programme, National Social Investment Programme (NSIP) In Niger State, to feed school children. Amina Gua'ar, the focal person for NSIP in the state, disclosed this. About 560,000 children are currently being fed in 2,663 schools across Niger State.
2021 international literacy day: Osun govt reiterates commitment to qualitative and functional education
As the state of Osun joins the rest of the world in marking the 2021 International Literacy Day, the State Government under Mr Adegboyega Oyetola has reiterated the commitment of government to the provision of qualitative and functional 21st century education across the state. International Literacy Day was founded by a proclamation of The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, or UNESCO, in 1966 “to remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights.
Guri Local Government of Jigawa State has finally reopened schools that were subsequently closed due to the cholera outbreak in the area. The students of the affected schools have been away from schools ever since the closure of the school. Alhaji Sale Tata Alanjo, The Education secretary of the state, made this revelation while responding to questions from newsmen.