Thursday, 28 September 2017

#PATRIOTISM: 10 Ways To Celebrate Nigeria’s Independence.

It is widely believed there are 3 most important days in everyone’s life: 1. Your birthday 2. Marriage day 3. Death day. In addition to that, the day that marks one’s National independence/Freedom is also a very key day to mark. All of the three events mentioned above most likely happened or will happen in your home country. If there is no Nigeria, there won’t be Nigerians and if there is no independent Nigeria, there will be enslaved Nigerians. The freedom we have today is worth celebrating. 

The tips below will aid you in having a remarkable patriotic celebration as we mark the 57th birthday of our dear country Nigeria. Like I always say, you can make the difference in making this country great. Continue to read after the cut..........

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Gospel Artist Steve Joe to release patriotic song "New Nigeria" October 1st, 2017.

1st October 2017 is Nigeria's 57th birthday. To mark the day, Steve Joe a well known gospel artist and patriotic Nigerian will be releasing a single titled "New Nigeria" on Independence Day. Speaking with Steve he said, this song speaks about the present state of our country. If we love our country we need to show our concern and support for her. 

Enhancing Pedagogical Skills in Nigeria- University of Sussex and NUC organizes one-week training for University Lecturers and Professors.

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Monday 25th of September, 2017 a one-week training for the enhancement of pedagogical skills for Nigerian lecturers and professors which was organized by the National Universities Commission(NUC) in collaboration with University of Sussex was declared opened by key stakeholders of the industry. 

Image may contain: one or more people, people standing, screen and indoorDignitaries at the opening event were the Hon. Minister of Education Mallam Adamu represented by Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Sunny Echono, The NUC Executive Secretary, Prof. Abubakar Rasheed, Prof. Michael Davies (Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, University of Sussex), Vice-Chancellor National Open University of Nigeria, Prof. Abdalla Adamu and others.

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

PCRSF organises National Humanitarian Support/Media campaign, solicits for sponsorship

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Peace and Conflict Resolution Student's Forum(PCRSF), is a group of responsive and disciplined students of the Department of Peace studies and conflict resolution of the National Open University of Nigeria(NOUN). NOUN is an Open Distance Learning (ODL) institution which offers university education to all irrespective of age, status and location, with 72 study centres the length and breath of Nigeria. Therefore, the over 15,000 PCR students in all part of Nigeria have the responsibility to promote peace and unity, fairness and justice, equality and equity for the attainment of a violent free and a more peaceful and united Nigeria.

Tuesday, 5 September 2017


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Sam Obafemi Behavioural Change Academy (SOBCA) launched its online learning platform “” yesterday, Monday, 4th September, 2017. The event held at prestigious Barcelona Hotel in Wuse 11, Abuja.

SOBCA was founded in 2010 by Samuel Babatunde Obafemi with the aim of providing tools and methodologies for individuals who seek to advance their skills in behavioral change practice. After 7 years of offline success, SOBCA has launched its online platform which enables you to learn at your Pace, Control and Budget. 

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