I think if the government implements existing educational policies, it would be of benefit to us as individuals and also to the nation at large.
Firstly Nigerians’ knowledge will be respected and needed. Also, the quality of graduates produced will lead to higher demand and respect for Ni [...]
Unlike other previous governments, I seriously believe that this government will be able to use such existing educational policies and more to transform the education sector in this great nation of ours.
I think these policies will lead to higher standard of education. More especially, the publ [...]
For a long time, we’ve been hearing about all these educational policies but the fact remains that all these are just propaganda and are not real.
The policies are too good to be true because the present stage of Nigeria’s educational system is very pathetic.
However, the asp [...]
We are yet to see what the government has to offer in the educational sector. I mean what they can put in place so that the sector can have effective teachers.
The welfare of the teachers, from their salaries to allowances, should be looked into. The government needs to be concerned about these [...]
As far as I am concerned, the education sector has no structure. I read an article that Julius Berger visited the president and lamented how skilled workers were lacking in the country, only for President Buhari to say he will call minister of works to revitalize the vocational school in Lagos; school [...]
No doubt, the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is committed to the advancement of all sectors of our national development but those he assembled as ministers will not allow him to realize his objectives. This is my candid opinion.
As for the education sector, we need what can take N [...]
Since his assumption of office, the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration has shown direction and visibility in some sectors such as security. However, its approach to some issues especially in the education sector leaves much to be seen. In this issue, some Nigerians who spoke to Grace SUNDAY [...]
Abuja, Nigeria’s Capital, once famous for its breath-taking environmental condition is gradually losing its reputation to heaps of garbage especially in satellite towns as the city witness influx of people. While the six area councils appear to be overwhelmed by the enormity of what needs to don [...]
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