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Deadline Update: One Million Naira Diaspora Scholarship for Ogun Indigent Students

Deadline Update: One Million Naira Diaspora Scholarship for Ogun Indigent Students

By Femi Shodunke, Canada

Indigent Egba and Yewa indigenes in higher institutions in Nigeria have cause to smile following the extension of the deadline on the N1 million scholarship fund instituted by their brothers and sisters in Diaspora.

PAYMENT OF WASSCE FEE: Ogun Introduces New Guidelines

PAYMENT OF WASSCE FEE: Ogun Introduces New Guidelines

By AfricanOutlook Reporter

Final year students in Ogun State Public Secondary Schools are now required to achieve 80 percent attendance in classes before their West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) fee will be paid by the State government.

Indigent Student Is Best Graduate of Federal University of Agriculture, FUNAAB, Abeokuta With 4.9 Cumulative GPA

Indigent Student Is Best Graduate of Federal University of Agriculture, FUNAAB, Abeokuta With 4.9 Cumulative GPA

By AfricanOutlook Reporter

 An indigent student of  Federal University (FUNAAB), Odutayo Olusola Victor has set a record of 4.9 cumulative grade point average out of available 5.0 to emerge as the best graduating student of the institution at the 21st and 22nd convocation ceremonies in Abeokuta, Ogun State capital.

Nigeria: Private School Owners Demand Autonomy To Checkmate Fraudulently Established Schools

Nigeria: Private School Owners Demand Autonomy To Checkmate Fraudulently Established Schools

 

The Nigerian National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) at the weekend called for autonomy to enable them regulate the affairs and activities of private schools in the country, pointing out that the association is in a better position to flush out bad eggs in the educational system involving private schools owners.

Nigerians Need Quality Education to Secure Better Future -- Obasanjo

Nigerians Need Quality Education to Secure Better Future -- Obasanjo

 

Ado-Ekiti, NIGERIA - Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo on Monday said Nigerians needed qualitative education to secure a better future for the country.