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The buttocks reversal rule in Nigerian universities

May 2, 2023/

The buttocks spoke to its owner, a lady well-endowed on the backside. However, other parts are in commensurable proportions in loudness though the backside is louder and more conspicuous. The buttocks having discovered its weight and importance to the lady decided or suggested that it was high time it became…

Challenges of university education in Nigeria

May 2, 2023/

The quest for higher education in Nigeria is ever on the increase. Earlier on in the life of the Nigerian republic, university education was thought fit only for men while ladies were considered to be equipped only with housekeeping skills. The primary six school leaving certificate was considered the most…

Nigerian universities in quest for global excellence

May 2, 2023/

By 2050, Nigeria will become the third most populous country in the world, according to the United Nations, with 399 million people – most of them ambitious youths. However, the country’s public university system is in a state of dysfunction. In this piece, Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL, examines what…

List of New Courses NUC Approves For Nigerian Universities

May 2, 2023/

The NUC has just approved about 6 courses for Nigerian universities, in which students would be admitted to study these courses in the institutions The NUC executive secretary, Professor Abubakar Rashed has said that the new core curriculum and academic standards followed a review of the existing benchmark Some of…

Stakeholders discuss relevance, continuity of post-UTME

May 2, 2023/

The need to ensure that competent and qualified candidates are admitted into Nigerian universities and cross-validate the scores of candidates in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) are some of the reasons given by public tertiary institutions to justify the introduction…

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