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-Nigerian Students Union

By Ola Ajayi
ANOTHER strike is looming in the nation’s university system as members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) are contemplating what to do as a result of the insistence of the Federal Government to implement a policy of  “no work, no pay rule” on them.

- Nigerian Students Union

Nov 26, 2009 (Daily Champion/All Africa Global Media via COMTEX) -- AS the teaching and learning of Mathematics continues to raise serious concern to stakeholders in Nigeria's,, Mclilyville Consulting firm limited in collaboration with Lagos State Ministry of Education has began to offer free Mathematics clinic to students in State Senior Secondary Schools. This initiative is being carried out across the six educational districts of the State as part of efforts to improve teaching and learning of Mathematics in public schools.

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- Nigerian Students Union

Much has been said and written about Nigeria, her people and culture, economy and politics, that sheds light on the tremendous potential of this African Giant. However, little is known to the outside world about the many exciting tourist attractions available in Nigeria: Historic sites nestled amid rivers and rain forests, breathtaking mountain vistas, remote creek villages, miles of pristine beaches and exotic national wildlife reserves. There are also museums, festivals, music and dance, a rich cultural melange right down to everyday traditional markets. These are just some of the spectacular sights and sensual delights awaiting the traveler to Nigeria.

By Don Asher

What does it cost a student to go to college without any idea of how to manage the process? It may cost a lot.