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  • The 5 W’s of Nigeria’s Unemployment: Act 1

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    A young woman struggles through university, enduring a few strikes, disreputable advances from cultists, depraved lecturers and other similar low-life and manages to graduate with a second class upper degree, maybe even a first class. She’s from a low income family, maybe the first or second from her kindred with […]

  • Hidden Privatisation in Public Education

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    This study was published on Issuu by Education International: “Many innovative proposals are put forward by our unions to reform and improve education. The debate should not be about whether education reforms are needed, but rather about the kind of reforms, and the conditions for success. A central issue, as […]