Education is a process of gaining knowledge to develop skills, talents, minds, and character. It is the first step for people’s empowerment towards making the world a better place. However, many parents are unable to give their children proper education due to a lack of finance. Determined to support the education sector, thereby assisting parents […]
Engineering is an interesting course to study, especially when you are a curious, intelligent and handsy person. Nonetheless, the course would stress you and give you occasional sleepless nights. Here’s a list of things that you will be able to relate to if you studied engineering at a Nigerian University. 1.Knowing the content of K. […]
“A Week In The Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week. The subject of today’s “A Week In The Life” is an Agripreneur and a […]
What is the first thing you ever did for money? Haha. Farming. The first thing I did was farming. Do you remember the first money you made from farming? I farmed about three plots of land and harvested two bags of rice and sold it for no more than ₦4,000. This was around 2008, and […]
This weeks’ #Nairalife was made possible by FCMB’s promise of quality medical care from the comfort of your home. Do you remember the first time someone called you rich and you were extremely triggered? My cousins in London. For some reason, their step mum painted an exaggerated version of our family to them. They genuinely thought […]
Religion is a big topic for Nigerians because we live in a very religious society. This week, we asked them how their faith (or lack of) has been impacted by the education they receive. Here’s what they said: Ana: Afe Babalola, 19-years-old. No religion, just vibes Going to University definitely affected my faith.. Before I […]
On Abroad Life today, Deyo tells us how his curiosity and passion for solving the electricity problem in Nigeria took him from the hydroelectric station in Kwara State to Canada and why he plans to return to Nigeria to implement all he’s learning..
The subject of this week’s Abroad Life has chosen to be anonymous. She is a 21-year old International Economics and Relations student who left Nigeria for Ukraine when she was 17. She talks about racism and why she’s done with both Nigeria and Ukraine.
If you’ve ever wondered what the fuss about ‘wokeness’ is, welcome. Class is in.
The good, the bad and the ugly!
The perils of being a primary school student!
When the teacher thinks he’s still a student!
The fear of principals was pure wisdom
No Nigerian university has ever made the list.
Who further maths don epp?
They have provided educational support to 650 disadvantaged children.
She was in the same class with her grandchild.
13 American universities offered her admission.
Because architecture is an entire way of life or religion
Learning just became more fun.
Free education for all.
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