The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has disclosed that 70 per cent of Nigerian children are going through a learning crisis, as statistics from the ‘Learning Crisis in the Nigerian
Parental involvement in a child’s life means going beyond the provision of basic needs, being fully aware and around in all his/her developmental processes, and being involved in their day-to-day
Last Saturday, 2nd March 2022, was another memorable day with our teens at the April edition of the FOH Teens Leadership Club meeting. It was a really good time for
Delta State Director of Afro Centre for Development, Peace and Justice, Augusta Keneboh, has urged Nigerians and other stakeholders to always protect the girl-child from all forms of violent attack, either in the
By Anjola Oladele. The New Year represents a time of renewal and as people all over the world begin to set New Year resolutions and goals; it is also
One of the major problems the world is facing today, is the fact that many people, especially parents expect their children to behave what they have never been taught, or
By John Ojoagbene It is one thing that the educational system in Nigeria is not as favorable as it should be, and it is much more demanding to trace
The Secretary to Rivers State Government, Dr. Tammy Danagogo, has urged parents in the state not to deny their wards education because of the inability to pay their school fees.