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  • NCCE team drills Nwafor-Orizu College

    By Emeka Onwudinjo Twenty-two men accreditation team from the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) visited the Nwafor-Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe, Anambra State recently on five-day quality assurance, assessment of facilities, academic programmes and teaching staff in the College to ensure quality delivering of service. The team leader, Vitalis Uji, led other resource…

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  • ICPC swoops on Osun College over fraud allegation

    …Enemies of progress at work, says Provost The management of Osun State College of Education, Ila-Orangun has denied an allegation of financial impropriety and embezzlement leveled against it. The Provost of the institution, Prof. Isaac Oyewole in a chat with Campus Sun said enemies of progress and some disgruntled elements, who were not comfortable with…

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  • A BISHOP’S PLEA TO RICH PARENTS: ‘Forget ‘miracle’ centres, make your kids go thru academic rigours if you must instill in them the virtue of hard work’

    From Aloysius Attah, Onitsha Worried about the deteriorating education situation in public and private schools and the craze for magic/miracle centres by exam candidates, often supported by some parents, the Catholic Archbishop of Awka, Most Rev. Paulinus Ezeokafor, has called on both the parents and perpetrators to have a rethink.  Sending out this plea during…

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  • In Ubulu-Uku, uneasy lies the head that wears the crown

    •Tales of endless battle  for kingship From Paul Osuyi, Asaba The kidnap and gruesome murder of Obi Akaeze Edward Ofulue III of Ubulu-Uku Kingdom, in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State last January, has inadvertently opened a fresh page in the kingship crisis, rocking the ancient stool with regard to succession. As a…

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  • The revival of Igbo language and culture

    By NWABUEZE AKABOGU So much has been said and written by Igbo elites in recent times about the alarming decline in spoken Igbo language by Ndigbo themselves and the possible extinction of the language in the nearest  future. The Igbo language is one of the three major languages recognized by law or convention in Nigeria….

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  • Diversification: The petrochemicals option

    By Chinedum Emeana the tumbling price of crude oil, which is Nigeria’s main source of foreign exchange and the country’s long-acquired taste for foreign goods and services, have resulted in a massive hit on the Naira exchange rate compared to other convertible currencies. Since the New Year, the media seem to report a new low…

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  • Abia

    Conflict management in Abia

    By Okechukwu Keshi Ukegbu It may not be out of place to suggest here that our security agents are contributing negatively to the fragile security situation in the country. This suggestion is basically informed by the ugly incident that took place in Aba on Thursday where a soldier allegedly killed a meat-seller at the Aba…

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  • Enhancing commerce in Nigeria via railways

    By Olubunmi Aboderin it is a truth universally acknowledged that a developing nation in possession of a large population must be in want of a robust transport system. (Forgive me Jane Austen).   There’s at least one concerted activity that every free, hale and hearty Nigerian does everyday and that is, move. From home to school,…

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  • Promoting press freedom in Nigeria

    We strongly identify with the call of the Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Ms. Trina Bokova, on all governments to unite and stand up for the Freedom of the Press all over the world.  In her speech at the opening ceremony of the 2016 World Press Freedom Day in…

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  • Impact of 2.6Ghz spectrum on Nigerians

    Stories Olabisi Olaleye [email protected] 08094000013, 08111813040 In a couple of weeks, the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) would auction a 2.6Ghz spectrum to bidders in Abuja during a transparent process. In this write up, the impact of this spectrum on the average Nigerian is examined. While spectrum frequency may sound outlandish to the average man on the street…

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