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  • For the Record: President Buhari 2016 Budget Presentation Speech
    For the Record: President Buhari 2016 Budget Presentation Speech

    This is the complete unedited speech of President Buhari during the presentation of the 2016 budget to the National Assembly. For us here at Edugist, we’re very excited because this is the first time in our history, the Education sector have been so prioritized in the National budget. Though the implementation is another matter entirely, […]

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  • The Impact of the Right Education
    The Impact of the Right Education

    Education must aim at creating honest truthful individuals out of every student. Only the right type of education can bring about unity and prosperity among all. So it is the duty of every school to provide an education that will help the next generation to show the responsibility of every sort, an education that will […]

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  • In Education, a Widening Divide by Tolu Ogunlesi
    In Education, a Widening Divide by Tolu Ogunlesi

    This is a brilliant piece by Tolu Ogunlesi in his column today in Punch Newspaper, lamenting the state of education in Nigeria. As Nigeria’s #1 Education Diary blog, we have to share this with our teeming readers, mostly educators and sympathizers of the National education malady. Please read below: At the weekend, I watched the […]

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  • The Role of Nigerian Students in the Continuity of Democracy, By Lanre Arogundade
    The Role of Nigerian Students in the Continuity of Democracy, By Lanre Arogundade

    Historically, Nigerian students have staged major interventions and played critical roles in some of the important struggles that have one way or the other shaped the destiny of this Nation. In the colonial era for example, Nigerian students as members and co-leaders of the West African Students Union (WASU), lined up behind the nationalists to […]

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  • Opinion: New Direction for Education in Nigeria
    Opinion: New Direction for Education in Nigeria

    This is an articulate viewpoint written by Ms Osuji from Abuja, and first published in Punch. We thought to share it with you, our esteem readers. No alteration whatsoever from the original article. In April 2000, education stakeholders from across the world gathered at the World Education Forum in Dakar, Senegal and adopted the Dakar […]

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  • Learn sign Language, Educationist tells Parents
    Learn sign Language, Educationist tells Parents

    A cleric, Mr. Joel Awele, has enjoined parents and guardians to learn the sign language used by deaf pupils, saying that it will enable them to gain the confidence of their children. Awele said this on Wednesday at the end of the year programme of the Hope Fountain Schools for the Deaf, Ijaiye-Ojokoro, Lagos. According […]

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  • Basic Technology Skills Job Seekers Should Possess
    Basic Technology Skills Job Seekers Should Possess

    This is an illuminating post from Segun Akiode. In my line of work as a recruiter, when I interview candidates, a question I often ask is, “What is your level of computer proficiency?” To this seemingly simple question, various shocking answers come up and the most ridiculous among them is, ‘I am good at browsing […]

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  • Exercise and our Health
    Exercise and our Health

    I am not a doctor but the fear of pot belly is the beginning of sleeping and waking from the gym. I was in the above situation. Regular physical activity positively affects lipid metabolism and lipid profiles. Aerobic physical activities utilize the oxygen energy systems that require the mobilization and metabolism of the body’s fat […]

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  • Appreciation and Happy Easter to all my readers and visitors
    Appreciation and Happy Easter to all my readers and visitors

    This is to specially wish all the readers and visitors of this blog a super happy Easter celebration. I’m truly grateful for your regular visit, mentions, collaboration request, the interaction and learning through the process of curating contents. Thanks. For about two weeks before Easter, posting contents on this blog was infrequent due to other […]

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  • Developing public speaking skills
    Developing public speaking skills

      The British Council is one of my darling websites, I visited the site almost everyday. I did today and found this article in the their blog very useful. Kindly read speaking Public speaking involves talking in front of a group of people, usually with some preparation. It can be in front of people that […]

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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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