EDUPEACE

The menace of drug abuse

One of the social problems in Nigeria today that accounts for the prevalence of evils among us is drug abuse. It is a major contributor to the moral meltdown that has befallen the Nigerian society, the outcome ... Read More...

Literacy without education

Though literacy is today a wide subject that transcends its traditional definition as “the ability to read and write”, it is in this basic or dictionary sense that it is used in this article. This is even so as... Read More...

Journalism is life, live it!

Last Saturday (January 11, 2020), the Union of Campus Journalists (UCJ) of the University of Ilorin, under the leadership of Eze Glory Chika, organised its Annual Induction Ceremony where scores of fresh studen... Read More...

Living lifelong learning

In one of his sayings, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) emphasised that learning is from the cradle to the grave. By this, he was suggesting that learning is a lifelong phenomenon and that one should remain a student or ... Read More...

Who are the victims?

In his analysis of how ordinary Nigerians or common citizens kill and maim one another because of ethnicity, religion and politics while the elite emerge unscathed at the end of every conflict, Prof. Sani Abuba... Read More...

Harmonising conviction and conduct

Between August 23 and 29, 2019, the National Orientation Agency (NOA) in conjunction with Peace Building Development Consult organised a Leadership Course in Preventive Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution (LCPDCR... Read More...

Innovation is education

The 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Africa (AEAA) that held between August 5 and 9, 2019 at Transcorp Hotel, Abuja, might have come and gone, yet memories of the event wi... Read More...

Education is innovation

Education is innovation; innovation is education. Simplicita. That is the conclusion I reached as a participant at the end of the 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Educational Assessment in Afric... Read More...

Cast down your bucket where you are

These days, many young people, students and graduates alike, are disillusioned about the true meaning of success. Due to this disillusionment, success has been narrowed down to travelling out of Nigeria to Euro... Read More...