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‘Entrepreneurial Education Is Key to Economic Growth’

‘Entrepreneurial Education Is Key to Economic Growth’

The growth of the economy and development of a country depend on its educational system. Researchers found out that investment in education or reforms positively affects the productivity of the labour force and that increases gross domestic product, GDP. To create a safer and more prosperous economy, the British Council hopes to use the 2014

‘Uduaghan’s Government Is Education-Friendly’

    Peter Amromanoh, Executive Secretary, Delta State Scholarship Board, says the introduction of e-bursary has eliminated fraud in the system. He was interviewed by Adekunbi Ero, executive editor; Tony Manuaka, senior associate editor and Folashade Adebayo, senior writer. Excerpts       The Bursary and Scholarship Board is an important part of the Delta

‘We Train Our Students to Be Employers of Labour’

‘We Train Our Students to Be Employers of Labour’   In this interview with Adekunbi Ero, executive editor, Edna Mogekwu, Rector, Delta State University, Ogwashi-Uku, and management expert, lauds the encouragement and support of the state government which she says have enhanced and placed the three state polytechnics at the forefront such that they “can

‘We Use School Fees to Build Infrastructure at DELSU’ – Eric Arubayi

          We Use School Fees to Build Infrastructure at DELSU  – Eric Arubayi, Vice-Chancellor, DELSU   In this interview with Adekunbi Ero, executive editor, Eric Arubayi, Vice-Chancellor, VC, Delta State University, DELSU and professor of education administration, appraises the development of tertiary education in Delta State and returns the verdict that

‘We Have a Big Challenge of Children Refusing to Attend Schools in Rural Areas’

  It is a new dawn in the education sector in Delta State. Never in the history of the state has this critical sector witnessed such a phenomenal growth as in the almost seven years of the administration of Governor Emmanuel Eweta Uduaghan. In this interview with the TELL team of Adekunbi Ero, executive editor, Tony

There is anger in the Land

Olusola Adeyeye, a professor and senator representing Osun State, is the Vice Chairman of the Senate Committee on Education and member of the INEC Committee. He speaks on corruption among the political class and its implications for democracy. Defections in the House of Reps is not as constraint as that of the Senate, why is

Nigeria Scares Away Foreign Investors – Benjamin Akande, US-based economist

Nigeria is popularly known as the giant of Africa and the growth rate of its economy, which is rated among the best in the world, above the United States, US, and United Kingdom, UK, confirms that lofty position. Aside from the state of the economy, most of the successful physicians, businessmen, and academics in the

‘More Capital Projects Will Grow Economy’

David Ugolor is the executive director of the African Network for Environment and Economic Justice, ANEEJ, a non-governmental organisation, NGO, with the mandate, among others, to entrench good governance. With a number of projects that involve issues of development, social justice, poverty eradication and research in the Niger Delta region, supported by Norwegian and German

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