Nigeria’s Education System: The mediocrity, hopelessness and schooling to fail

WordStage Newsonline– The complexity of the problem facing Nigeria’s education system is very difficult to understand. It’s a common thing for higher institution students not to expect graduation at the specified period for their courses, no thanks to academic and non-academic staff that frequently go on strike for more than an academic season, while government seems to be helpless.

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Anchor University Lagos: The journey to first class products

WorldStage Newsonline– It’s possible to pass by the gate of Anchor University, Ayobo, Ipaja, Lagos and overlook it as that of a private mansion in the urban setting of a very vibrant city. The gate that is always closed unless one approaches and seeks the attention of the security lacks the human and vehicular traffic you will find at the University of Lagos, Akoka, some kilometers away in the interior part of the Nigeria’s largest city.

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