Faridah Abike-Iyimide, A British-Nigerian student has secured a seven-figure book deal with a United States publisher for her debut thriller at the age of just 21.Faridah Abike-Iyimide spent two years writing Ace of Spades while juggling a degree in English, Chinese, and Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen. Faridah, who is Muslim, chose not to attend booze-filled student gatherings and instead spent her evenings staying up until 4am writing.
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The world is evolving fast and likewise our needs. We seek convenience and how we can get things done faster, some job roles that were once performed by humans can now be done more efficiently with machines.Picking a course of study in Nigeria would require you to be prospective on what would be of relevance in the coming decades in the country. There is a general notion that lucrative courses are just medicine, law and accounting, but in this article, I’ll be highlighting some underrated courses in 2020 with a profitable prospect in Nigeria.
A white female professor of African and Latin American studies, who has always pretended to be a Black woman, has now revealed she has been living a lie.Jessica A. Krug, an associate professor at George Washington University has been claiming to be of Black and Latina heritage. She has written extensively about Africa, Latin America, the diaspora and identity.
University of Ibadan says couldn’t submit audit report because auditor ‘went blind’
The University of Ibadan has said it could not submit its audit report to the Auditor-General of the Federation since 2014 because the external auditor engaged to prepare the report became blind while on the job.
Finland declared a lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic in March 2020, and the ensuing social distancing measures decreased the number of paediatric emergency room visits to nearly one-third of what they used to be, according to a recent register-based study conducted in collaboration between the University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio University Hospital and the National Institute for Health and Welfare.
A 22yea old Nigeria-born student at the University College London, in United Kingdom has made the Africa communities and especially Nigerians across the world proud. Habiba Sule Adejoh, daughter of MOP President, Dr. Suleiman Adejoh has been celebrated across the world, as she becomes one of the few Nigerians in history, who has graduated with a first class from the University College London.Habibah Adejoh’s historic graduation has made headline and coverpage stories across international newspapers and mediums across the world. President of University College London in the United Kingdom, Prof. Micheal Arthur congratulated the young and intelligent Habibah Sule as well as the entire 2019/2020 graduaring students and wished them the best life endeavours.
While Nigerian universities are still under locks owing to both the COVID-19 pandemic and ASUU strike, Babcock University is preparing for the virtual convocation ceremony of their graduating students.
After all forms of physical teaching were halted in order to restrict people from spreading the Coronavirus, some private schools and universities continued with lectures and tests.
A brilliant girl who grew up in Ghana, left Wesley Girls’ SHS when she was in year one, flew abroad and ended up becoming the best graduating student at the Our Lord Secondary School in Canada has been praised.