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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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  • 2014 in Review: Is All About Appreciation
    2014 in Review: Is All About Appreciation

    Wow! So many things can be actualized in a year. The English saying encapsulated in the idea of consequentialism: The ends justify the means Is in truth authentic! The year started out on a very poor state for me with plethora challenges; beginning from the expiration of my blog, edugist domain name and my inability […]

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  • Happy me! the world leader in Education followed me on Twitter Today
    Happy me! the world leader in Education followed me on Twitter Today

    Huh! You’re thinking why this is, right? Well, the World Innovation Summit (WISE) for Education is arguably the world’s leader in education. For me, this organization is revamping the sector-a responsibility supposedly meant for UNESCO. WISE was established by Qatar Foundation in 2009, under the patronage of its Chairperson, Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, […]

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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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  • 4 Commandments for Single men
    4 Commandments for Single men

    1. Thou shall have a relationship with God and only Him shall you serve. If thou hearkeneth not unto this, thou shall be a boy in a man’s body and thou shall slow thyself down. Thou shall know that to succeed in life, thou needest the help of the Lord thy God. 2. If thou […]

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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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  • Poem after the Presidential Media chat: Shattered Dreams
    Poem after the Presidential Media chat: Shattered Dreams

    The throbbing pulsating sound of the talking drum invites the people to the arena, the politicians are at it again; they beat the drum of false promises, and a people unwilling to learn a new dance, dance the dance of shattered dreams. The broken gourd of our commonwealth spills the wine of our prosperity; the […]

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  • The confidence that kills: Biodun could not graduate
    The confidence that kills: Biodun could not graduate

    In this post, I want to share a short story that exude the cecity in our universities, obliterating confidence and making many a lecturers demi-gods. I was attending my first history class in the university. Sitting by me is Biodun, an ‘uncle’ I have been admiring since I was in JSS2. I stayed at home […]

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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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  • Chinese GS5 SUV hits Nigerian road
    Chinese GS5 SUV hits Nigerian road

    The Chinese are delving into the luxury car segment in Nigeria as Guangzhou Automobile Company has unveiled a new Sport Utility Vehicle, Trumpchi GS5, for the nation’s market. The introduction of the GS5 by the GAC, a Chinese car manufacturer, is an indication that the Chinese are determined to score automobile goals from impossible angles. […]

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  • 10 Reasons to Stay out of Sex before Marriage.
    10 Reasons to Stay out of Sex before Marriage.

    1,Sex is a powerful force that can destroy if not used properly. Like atomic power, sex is the most powerful creative force given to man. When atomic power is used correctly it can create boundless energy; when it is used in the wrong way it destroys life. Sex is the same kind of powerful force. […]

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  • 10 Insights into the Global Literacy Crisis
    10 Insights into the Global Literacy Crisis

    With one in four young people in developing countries illiterate, how can we address an international ‘learning crisis’? A group of experts have provided some ideas worth taking into consideration for those of us in the education sector. There is a global shortage of teachers: Moving beyond access to improve the quality of education available […]

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  • A Presidential Media Chat and the Concern of a Young Man
    A Presidential Media Chat and the Concern of a Young Man

    Disclaimer: I’m not one of those people that sit in front of the computer’s keyboard to criticize the government or those at the helm of affair. I rather prefer to be part of the solution and am creating my 8th wonder. My concern is in education; I am a student, teacher and do business in […]

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  • 8 Quotes to Inspire Your Dream Career
    8 Quotes to Inspire Your Dream Career

    “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” — Confucius You can’t always turn your passions directly to profit, but you can use them as a guide to help you find work that engages you in the same way. Think about when you’re doing something you […]

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  • THE 21 BULLETS AND THE X PHENOMENON
    THE 21 BULLETS AND THE X PHENOMENON

    “We declare our right on this earth to be a human being, to be respected as a human being, to be given the rights of a human being in this society, on this earth, in this day, which we intend to bring into existence by any means necessary”.- MALCOLM X “I’m not going to sit […]

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  • An Expatriate’s Indepth Analysis Of Corruption In Nigeria
    An Expatriate’s Indepth Analysis Of Corruption In Nigeria

    Though edugist is an education niched blog. Ideally, a better education should be channel towards nation building. The post below is an in-depth analysis of Nigeria’s greatest malady, corruption by a Briton working in Nigeria . Reading through it rendered me speechless. As a result I decided to share to my amiable readers. Though lengthy, […]

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  • CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND NIGERIAN CAPITAL MARKET DEVELOPMENT

    Corporate governance is the system by which companies are directed and controlled. It involves regulatory and market mechanisms, and the roles and relationship between a company’s management, its board, its stakeholders, and other stakeholders and the goals for which the corporation is governed. From a layman stance, corporate governance is the principle and value that […]

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