Secondary Education in Nigeria
First African-American woman to attend the University of Alabama, Lucy Foster, has made history again after receiving an honorary doctorate at the university at 89.
With the rising crime rate across Nigeria, the head of a council in Lagos, Alhaji Ganiyu Kola Egunjobi, has advised that the best way to reverse the challenge is for the government to keep school children busy and motivated.
There are strong indications that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) may cancel as much as half of the results of its 2019 university admissions exams in some states of the federation.
Michael Showunmi, a physically challenged graduate of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, (LAUTECH), has proved that there is more to life than wallowing in pity and making others bear his burdens.
A high school senior in New Orleans, Antoinette Love, has been accepted into 115 colleges and gotten more than $3.7 million (N1.3b) in scholarship money. Read full story on Legit.ng!
A Nigerian man said parents paid as much of N20k each to invigilators who promised to write the exams for their wards.He said he almost broke down in tears when a kid came out and revealed how he was helped in the hall.