Education

Human Relationship: Education Alone Is Not Enough – Adebisi Benjamin Temidayo

  “And since the Universities themselves only encourage the insincerity of unrelated higher degree acquisitions and fruitless paper publications, how would the students not have felt their Education is a scam?” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 29, 2022 Flashbacks to my younger days, you are choosing among becoming a Medical Doctor, Lawyer or Engineer; however, today, everyone is just himself. ...

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Invitation To Ambrose Alli University 95th Inaugural Lecture

  The Vice-Chancellor, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in Edo state cordially invites the general public to the 95th inaugural lecture titled “Functional Foods: making Food Your Medicine” to be delivered by erudite scholar and Professor of Nutrition, Professor Marshall Arebojie Azeke under the distinguished Chairmanship of Professor Asomwan Sonnie Adagboyin, Ag. Vice-Chancellor, AAU. PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 27, 2022 ...

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The First Man to Propose a Modern Independent Nation of Igbos in 1865

  “His proposal was hinged on his research showing that the Igbo race was the most emulative, intelligent and adaptive “race” in West Africa, and with modern support, they will vindicate the black race. He also supported the hypothetical but controversial Jewish migration origin of the Igbos at that time” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 Do you know ...

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Renown Egyptologist, Zahi Hawass Says He Has Found Queen Nefertiti’s Tomb!

  “There is also in tomb KV35 the mummy of a 10-year-old boy,” he continued. “If that child is the brother of Tutankhamun and the son of Akhenaten, the problem posed by Nefertiti will be solved.” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 For years, archaeologists have fruitlessly searched for the tomb of ancient Egyptian queen Neferneferuaten Nefertiti. Now, the ...

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8 Cultural Artifacts The British Empire Looted From Other Nations; From The Benin Bronzes To The Koh-i-Noor Diamond

  “More than 900 historic objects from the former kingdom — including more than 200 bronze plaques — ended up in the British Museum, now part of its collection of “contested objects” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 Here are 8 of the objects the British took — and their contentious histories. Throughout history, Britain has reckoned with its ...

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ASUU Strike: “Register Online For Courses”, AYGF Advises Nigerian Students

  “He said the ASUU strike which had lasted for seven months, has crippled the education sector, especially in the areas of engineering, research and development… Students are going to be rushed through their courses, overburdened, and the entire system will be crowded with mediocrity”  PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 Africa Youth Growth Foundation (AYGF), an NGO, has ...

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Poem: An Ode To Departed Queen Elizabeth II

  “Phillip held my hand as he lead the way to a world where King’s and Queens are Monarch’s every day” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 13, 2022 An Ode To Departed Queen Elizabeth II Phillip came to me today, and said it was time to go. I looked at him and smiled, as I whispered that “I know” I ...

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Queen Elizabeth II: The British, The Great Benin Empire And Proto-Nationalism

  “The Northern Protectorate was already submissive to them, the Southern Protectorate was still very submerged in chaos and crisis. The two couldn’t be amalgamated yet. Oba Ovoranmwen was still very much alive even when he had been deposed. They feared, his influence could still rock the boat for an insurrection. They waited till he died in 1914.” PEGASUS REPORTERS, ...

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Education-Macroeconomics: How the Balance of Trade Affects Currency Exchange Rates

  “These relative values are influenced by the demand for currency, which is in turn influenced by trade. If a country exports more than it imports, there is a high demand for its goods, and thus, for its currency” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 The balance of trade influences currency exchange rates through its effect on foreign exchange ...

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ASUU Strike: “We Have Done The Best That We Can In The Circumstance” – Adamu Adamu

  “The Minister said that government representatives to the negotiations are under instruction of President Muhammadu Buhari to not accept any demand that is not feasible” PEGASUS REPORTERS, LAGOS | SEPTEMBER 6, 2023 In a statement that spells resignation to fate by the federal government, it says it has done all it can to end the ongoing industrial action embarked ...

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