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Nigeria: Buhari to offer free university education in science, technology

Nigeria: Buhari to offer free university education in science, technology

InformAfrica — Latest Africa report going around is that of Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari, whose administration is really determined to make a change for a better Nigeria, by offering free university education in the field of science, technology and education, in accordance with Nigeria budget 2016.

With over 180 million population, 54 million Nigerians are illiterates

With over 180 million population, 54 million Nigerians are illiterates

With over 180 million population, 54 million Nigerians are illiterates; this is according to figures revealed by the Nigerian Federal Government yesterday at the flag-off of the 2015 International Literacy Day celebration, InformAfrica reports.

Ghana government to build public university in East region

Ghana government to build public university in East region

Latest news coming from Ghana, West Africa’s popular tourist destination, reports the government is in plans to build new public university in the eastern region of the country, InformAfrica have gathered.

In Tanzania, Arusha residents decry poor education services

In Tanzania, Arusha residents decry poor education services

In Tanzania, a cross-section of Arusha residents and activists have decried poor education service delivery in the country, calling on the government and other stakeholders to take serious steps to redress the situation.

250 Ghanaian students leave for Cuba to study medical science

250 Ghanaian students leave for Cuba to study medical science

A total of 250 Ghanaians would on Monday May 21, leave the shores of Ghana to undertake various medical science programmes in Cuba for the next six years.

The Virtues and Challenges In Traditional African Education

The Virtues and Challenges In Traditional African Education

This African study examines the virtues and failures of traditional African educational systems, in the context of continental Pan-Africanism, and argues that traditional African educational systems must be complemented by a Pan-African educational system that transcends confocalisms and micro-nationalisms.

2012 WISE Awards Seek Groundbreaking Projects in Education

2012 WISE Awards Seek Groundbreaking Projects in Education

Representatives of original and pioneering initiatives in education are invited to apply for the 2012 WISE Awards which will be presented to six successful projects at the 2012 WISE Summit, November 13-15,in Doha, Qatar.

POVERTY IN OIL RICH NIGERIA: The Ruling Elites Wage Class War on Public Education

POVERTY IN OIL RICH NIGERIA: The Ruling Elites Wage Class War on Public Education

Despite all the crocodile tears shed by Nigeria’s ruling elites about the country’s abysmal reading culture and declining education standards, the glaring fact is that they have overseen the demise of public education.

Cameroon’s Baka Pygmies Seek Identity and Education

Cameroon’s Baka Pygmies Seek Identity and Education

Kokpa Pascale Moangue, a Baka Pygmy in southeastern Cameroon, has given his children the one thing he always longed for, but his parents could not give him – an education. And he was able to achieve it by obtaining a simple piece of paper: a birth registration certificate.

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