Parents and teachers gives cheers and praises to the President for the numerous benefits the free feeding programme has brought, not just to Ogun State but to Nigeria.
“I want to say a big thank you to the federal government of Nigeria and the Ogun state government for providing food for us,”...
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Two suicide bombers killed four people at a school in northern Cameroon on Thursday, local officials said, the latest attack in a central African country struggling to contain violence blamed on Boko Haram militants in neighboring Nigeria.
A dozen people were wounded in the twin bombing in the...
The Lagos State Government on Tuesday said it would no longer allow social functions and parties in public schools just as owners of private schools across the state have been warned to comply with rules and regulations guiding their operations.
The Deputy Governor of the State, Dr. Mrs Idiat...
Executive Chairman of Borno State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Shettima Bukarkullima, said yesterday that over 512 schools have been destroyed and 350 teachers killed by Boko Haram over the years.
He said when the figure is translated to classrooms; the terrorist group has destroyed...
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) have concluded plans to close a total of 556 substandard schools, including those that function from football viewing centres and one-bedroom apartments across the territory.
A source at the Department of Quality Assurance told Daily Trust...
The fear of Boko Haram attacks in Lagos may have caused Education authorities in the state to direct schools not to hold normal early morning assembly sessions.
Some teachers in public schools in the state told SUN Correspondent that principals and head teachers have stopped morning assemblies...