Thursday, 16 November 2017

Kaduna teachers mass failure: My stand.

By Igwara Chukwuka Anthony
"Fear the man who gives good advice but does the opposite".
It's no longer news that twenty one thousand Primary School teachers in KADUNA State of Northern Nigeria, failed a Primary 4 Competency Test paper. A serious case of the hunter becoming the hunted. For most analysts,it was only a confirmation of the status of the state as one of the Educationally Less Developed States in the country. The damage done by this negative publicity on the state that prides itself as the "Centre of Learning "and the host of the famous Ahmadu Bello University and the National Teacher's Institute is a sad commentary on education and a scar on civilization and intelligence that falls below the permissible percentage of folly.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Donald Trump sends a war warning to North Korea

American president, Donald Trump has said he would rather go to war to destroy North Korea than allow it to develop a long-range nuclear-armed missile.

Influential Republican and foreign policy expert Lindsey Graham told NBC’s Today Show the President had told him so himself and warned patience with the rogue state was running thin.

Africa’s largest rice mill opens in Nigeria

The Federal Government’s diversification programme yesterday received a boost, with Acting President Yemi Osinbajo commissioning Africa’s largest parboiled rice mill in Argungu, Kebbi State.

INEC plans 'hidden' technology 2019 elections

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) plans technology joker for the 2019 elections, its chairman, Prof. Mahmoud Yakubu, revealed yesterday.

He said the plan would be kept in wraps for now to prevent politicians from sabotaging it.

Group told Buhari to prepare to handover to a female president

A political pressure group advocating the emergence of a female president in Nigeria, Nigeria Female President Initiative, NFPI, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to prepare to hand over to an elected female President, adding that a female Nigerian president would not run the country like an ATM without pin code where monies are diverted at will.