Education

Are You Building Capacity? You Could Start With Your Houseboy

My driver is obviously smart. He could be the next *insert big title of choice here*, so the question for me is, how can I help him reach into himself and discover his potentials?

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I Wrote JAMB Six Times

I wrote JAMB six times. Yes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 times! That’s 6 years. 6 years of buying, filling and submitting forms. Then waiting for exam centres to be released, having to go search for the location of those centres a week before the exam…

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Nigeria: The Technology Future, Education & The Lower 60%

Public education is broken, but technology can bridge that gap. Local governments, churches and local communities are strategic to achieving the target of a technology driven economy – yes, the illiterate chief with the foot long chewing stick is the future of technology.

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Dialogue – Children’s TV And Nigeria’s Way Forward

The thought may not have crossed your mind but to me that is the answer to building a new Nigeria, the transformed Nigeria, the Nigeria I want my children to live in…

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Dialogue – Incentivising Sustainability

I’ve been thinking a lot about sustainability – both in my personal life, business and government…Today, I complained that I didn’t think the Imo State governor was making great moves for his state – spending more money than they could possibly afford in the long-term…

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Privatize Public Schools And Distribute Their Shares To The Masses [Opinion]

our public schools are in a deplorable state. A few public schools are doing relatively well, but they are not really public schools anymore, because they charge all sorts of fees. We might as well privatize them…

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Want To Help Fix Nigerian Education? Register For The Tech In Education Hackathon

From the 17th-19th February, Tech In Education, a meeting of techies, teachers and other professionals with interests in education, will be convened with a view to creating actual solutions that will bring disruptive change into the space.

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Rich Kid, Poor Kid: The Fallacy Of Educational Subsidies In Nigeria

Nigerians, irrespective of their financial status, believe it is mandatory for the government to make sure that tertiary education is free and of high quality…

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Education is the currency of the information age

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