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WAEC Registrar Ends Tenure, Reveals How To Reduce Exams Leakages

The Registrar, West African Examination Council, WAEC, Dr, Iyi Uwadiae will at the end of September, 2019 ends his tenure as the 12th Registrar to Council of the examination body. The Registrar who succeeds another Nigerian, Alhaja Mulikat Bello in October, 2012 for a five year tenure and was granted a two-year extension of contract by council disclosed this during a chat with journalists in Lagos. Uwadiae who spoke through a tele-conferencing facility on Wednesday highlighted his achievements and breakthrough during this period. He disclosed that his team intensified effective…

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European Union Charges Niger Delta States On Cohesion, Community Devt

The European Union (EU) has urged the authorities of the Niger Delta states to work with civil society organisations to ensure that communities benefitted fully from the EU-supported initiatives in the egion. It also called for urgent release of their counterpart funds for the EU Niger Delta Support Programme, Component 4 (NDSP 4) focusing on micro projects. At the Final National Project Steering Committee Meeting of the NDSP4, which just ended in Asaba, Delta State, a representative of the EU, Ms. Montse Pantaleoni, encouraged them to give special attention to…

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Rotary Club Of Ikeja Donates Classrooms, Furniture, To Ikeja Junior High School

In line with its six areas of focus which include basic education and literacy, Rotary Club of Ikeja has donated two blocks of classrooms and furniture to its adopted school, Ikeja Junior High School. Speaking at the commissioning on Monday, the President Rotary Club of Ikeja, Rotarian Olumuyiwa Fagbola said intervention in the area of Basic Education and Literacy is one of the six areas of focus of Rotary and the strategy in the club is to continue to embark on projects that are sustainable and has direct impact on…

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LASU Research Fair: Fashola Seeks Accurate Data For National Devt

The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, (SAN), has said, at the opening ceremony of the Lagos State University, LASU, Ojo, First Research Fair and Endowment of Research Grants Funds held at the institution yesterday, that Nigeria can only progress if institutions in the country can commission study that will provide proper data to solve problems facing the country. Fashola who was the keynote speaker at the event also added that institutions of higher learning in the country need to look into how to use verifiable data in…

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Fashola Assures On Lagos Roads, Says Work ‘ll End Soon

The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, SAN, has assured Lagosians of good roads across the state. Speaking at the opening ceremony of the Lagos State University, Ojo first research fair held at the institution today, Fashola said that the Lagos-Badagry Express way for which Nigerians have accused the Federal Government of nonchalant attitude to the country’s development would soon be addressed. He added that the road with some others were constructed in the 70s during the period of oil boom and people  have been complaining that nothing was…

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9mobile Leads Other Operators In Subscribers’ Porting

Telecommunication company, 9mobile is now leading the porting trend in the sector in Nigeria with over six thousand subscribers moving from other networks provider to its network. The second is MTN which led the list in May and  now with 2,150, but  followed by Globacom with 750 and Airtel with 589 subscribers. According to the statistics from the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, as at August 28, 2019, 9mobile leads the trend with 6,889 subscribers by July as against the statistics in May when MTN led the table with 3,018 subscribers…

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Past District Governor Wants Nigerians To Imbibe Rotary Club’s Core Values

Nigerians have a lot to gain if the country can imbibed the Rotary Club’s core value of service, fellowship, leadership, diversity and Integrity. Former District 9110 Governor of Rotary International, Otunba Bolaji Onabadejo disclosed while delivering  a paper entitled: Rotary; Brief, History, Structure, Mission and Ideals’ at the CEO’s Afternoon organized by the Rotary Club of Ikeja, at the Airport Hotel to commemorate the membership month of the club. According to him,  there is also the need to imbibe the four way test of the Rotary club; the Truth, Is it…

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Assessment: AEAA Conference Wants Examination Bodies To Embrace ICT

……..Commend WAEC, Nigeria for successful hosting Examination bodies has been urged to embrace ICT based innovative approaches in their operations and assessment practice. They were also urged to consider exploring, developing, adapting and or adopting various ICTs based solutions to promote meaningful teaching and learning, and enhance their integrity, efficiency and effectiveness. This was stated in the communiqué issued at the 37th annual conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA) with the theme ‘ Innovations in Educational Assessment’ which was hosted by the West African Examinations Council…

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Perm Sec: FG Spends N1.3trn On Tech Education Infrastructure

FG Spends N1.3trn On Education To Provide Tech Infrastructure, Says Perm Sec The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education, Arc. Sonny Echono has disclosed that the federal government has spent about N1.3trn to provide critical education infrastructure. This, he said is to demonstrate its commitment to the development of education in the country as well as to prepare and equip the citizenry to be globally competitive in order to effectively contribute their quota to national development. The permanent Secretary disclosed this on Monday, while declaring open the 37th conference of…

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WAEC, Nigeria To Emerge President, Hosts AEAA

The West African Examination Council, (WAEC) is set to host the annual conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa. AEAA. The conference which is in its 37th edition will hold from Monday August 5th to 9th, 2019 at the Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja with the theme “Innovation in Educational Assessment”. The Association for Educational Assessment in Africa, AEAA is a non-profit making organisation established in 1982 to promote co-operation amongst examining and assessment bodies in Africa, encourage relevant examining and assessment activities among members.   Speaking…

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