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  • Ini Edo &Desmond Elliot at Open University matriculation ceremony
    Ini Edo &Desmond Elliot at Open University matriculation ceremony

    The actors are pictured above at the matriculation ceremony of the National Open University of Nigeria, which held today. They’re both there to pursue a degree in Law. In Ini Edo’s words “I feel like some 12years ago, we are doing this for real, because education is the key to success. If we can do […]

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  • Zuriel Oduwole pays courtesy call on Etisalat Nigeria
    Zuriel Oduwole pays courtesy call on Etisalat Nigeria

    11 year old award winning girl child education advocate, documentary film maker, conference speaker, and writer on Tuesday 8 July, 2014, payed a courtesy call to Etisalat Nigeria. The courtesy call was made to the Youth Segment team, in what can be described as a chat on Cliqlite, a child-friendly product, recently rolled out to […]

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  • Education activists Malala Yousafzai in Abuja, Nigeria
    Education activists Malala Yousafzai in Abuja, Nigeria

    Today is renowned girl child education campaigner Malala Yousafzai’s 17th birthday, but instead of being anywhere in the world to celebrate, she chose to come to Nigeria. The Pakistani girl shot by Taliban a few years ago for campaigning for girl child education, arrived Abuja, Nigeria in the early hours of today, to raise her voice […]

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  • Ace Actress Omotola Shows Off Her Secondary School Leaving Certificate
    Ace Actress Omotola Shows Off Her Secondary School Leaving Certificate

    We all know every parent tells the never ending stories of how they were very brilliant in their school days and to make this story even more interesting,Nollywood legend Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has proof to back her brilliant stories. The actress stumbled into her First School Leaving Certificate today, and felt so proud that she has […]

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  • Edugist Student of the Week: Meet Adeyemi, the student publisher
    Edugist Student of the Week: Meet Adeyemi, the student publisher

    Name: Adeyemi Paul Olalemi Bio: Adeyemi Olalemi, born September 5, 1990, he’s an entrepreneur, he is the Editor-in-Chief of Ketu Breeze Newspaper, the first community newspaper in Ketu metropolis of Lagos. Adeyemi Olalemi is a member of the University of Lagos, Press Club, and the President of Change Ambassadors Network (CAN)… an Initiative of Alumni […]

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  • The Young Scholar-Celeb
    The Young Scholar-Celeb

    Its been all over the internet and I can’t fail to talk about it in this blog-Caleb’s super performance. Meet Kwasi Enin, son of Ghanaian immigrants who has obtained admission to all 8 Ivy League Schools in the USA. A senior at William Floyd High School in Shirley, New York, Kwasi Enin applied to all eight Ivy League Universities — Harvard, […]

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  • 20 Things you should have done Before Clocking 30
    20 Things you should have done Before Clocking 30

    The policies of government are making us to remain ‘babies’ forever. Ever wonder why many a Nigerian seldom shows you their birth certificates-always sworn age declaration. As a player in the education industry, everyday people do doggy things to survive. I’ve done a service for a 29years old who just admitted to the university. He […]

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  • Brilliance Demystify: Sanusi Nails it in this Talk
    Brilliance Demystify: Sanusi Nails it in this Talk

    In this talk Sanusi Lamido Sanusi talks about what it would take for this generation of Millenials to revive the Nigerian economy. Mr Sanusi was named Forbes Africa person of the year 2011 and was also listed in TIME Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world. He is currently the […]

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  • The 3 Decisions That Made Nelson Mandela A Great Leader
    The 3 Decisions That Made Nelson Mandela A Great Leader

    “What freedom am I being offered while the organization of the people remains banned?…. What freedom am I being offered if I must ask permission to live in an urban area?….  Only free men can negotiate. Prisoners cannot enter into contracts.” Nelson Mandela’s life story has long since become a legend, one that transcends borders, […]

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  • Mayowa Kuyoro wins 7up Harvard Business School Scholarship
    Mayowa Kuyoro wins 7up Harvard Business School Scholarship

    Speaking at the event, the Executive Director, Human Resources, Seven-Up Bottling Company Plc, Mr. Femi Mokikan, said that the country would benefit from young, energetic Nigerians who are capable of transformational leadership by virtue of their education and exposure. He listed some of the criteria for the scholarship selection to include: a valid admission letter […]

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  • Professor Andrew Nok Wins Alexander Humboldt Prize For 2013
    Professor Andrew Nok Wins Alexander Humboldt Prize For 2013

    Anyone who wins Germany’s Alexander Humboldt Prize, may be on the line to win a Nobel Prize in his field. Most winners of the prestigious prize went on to win the Nobel Prize. Nigeria’s Andrew Nok of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria received the Humboldt prize early this year for his work in finding a cure […]

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