• 46-year-old Teacher R*pes Two-year-old Pupil While Teaching Her S*x Education in Lagos

    46-year-old Teacher R*pes Two-year-old Pupil While Teaching Her S*x Education in Lagos

    According to reports, a 46-year-old teacher, Adenekan Adegboyega, has been arrested by the police in Lagos State for allegedly defiling a two-year-old girl.

    The supervising teacher in one of the popular and privately–run schools in Lagos State was alleged to have defiled the little girl under the guise of teaching her s*x education.

    The Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Mr Fatai Owoseni, Owoseni, who confirmed the arrest to newsmen on Wednesday, said the suspect was later arrested following a complaint lodged […]

  • Zahra Buhari Pictured Teaching Students Soap-Making Process

    Zahra Buhari Pictured Teaching Students Soap-Making Process

    Zahra Buhari who is an ACE Charity ambassador was pictured with other members of the charity organisation teaching school student how to make different soaps by adding lemon, coconut oil, vanilla, cinnamon.

    Zahra Buhari who is an ACE Charity ambassador was pictured with other members of the charity organisation teaching school student how to make different soaps by adding lemon, coconut oil, vanilla,

  • Federal government re-introduces teaching of History in primary, secondary school

    Federal government re-introduces teaching of History in primary, secondary school

    According to reports, the federal government has finally re-introduced History as one of the subjects in the nation’s primary and secondary schools’ curriculum, explaining that its introduction as an independent subject and not a mere theme was necessitated by the clamour and concerns by several groups, including the Presidency, National Assembly and other critical stakeholders in the education sector.

    The Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu had urged delegates to the recent National Council of Education, NCE, to consider the disarticulation […]

  • FG denied us teaching hospital, but we’re ready to get one – Governor Masari

    FG denied us teaching hospital, but we’re ready to get one – Governor Masari

    Katsina State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Bello Masari, has expressed disgust over the refusal of the Federal Ministry of Health to allow the state government acquire and convert the Federal Medical Centre to serve as a Teaching Hospital for Umar Musa Yar’Adua University, saying that it has slowed down the dream of his administration to develop the health sector.

    According to him, over 600 medical staff will soon be recruited to serve in the health facilities that are already being put in […]

  • Gombe Federal Teaching Hospital engulfed by fire

    Gombe Federal Teaching Hospital engulfed by fire

    The Federal Teaching Hospital in Gombe was Friday morning engulfed by fire that lasted for about two hours.

    The Chief Medial Director of the hospital, Dr. Abubakar Saidu disclosed that the fire began early hours of Friday and was fully stopped by men of the State Fire Service at about 8:00 am, having consumed the staff lounge and some offices.

    He explained, “We woke up this morning and discover there was fire in the old administrative block, specifically from one of the […]

  • Why we can’t guarantee quality teaching – Kogi teachers explain

    Why we can’t guarantee quality teaching – Kogi teachers explain

    Teachers in public primary and junior secondary schools in Kogi said on Tuesday that they could no longer guarantee quality teaching in the state.

    The teachers, under the aegis of the Basic Education Staff Association of Nigeria (BESAN), told newsmen in Lokoja that the poor welfare condition of members had made quality teaching impossible for now.

    The Chairman of the state chapter of BESAN, Mr Ohino Baiye, explained that government had refused to pay members the minimum wage of N18,000 which other […]

  • FG urged to promote teaching and learning of Arabic across the country

    FG urged to promote teaching and learning of Arabic across the country

    According to reports, the federal government and stakeholders in the education sector have been urged to promote the teaching and learning of Arabic language in schools across the country.

    The chairman of Kwara State Arabic Education Board, Dr. AbdulKadir Oba-Solagberu, made the call in Ilorin while speaking with newsmen on the preparation for the 2016 mock examination for Arabic students in the state.

    He noted that teaching and learning of Arabic language has nothing to do with religion, stressing that the skill […]