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Students claim eight were killed and many injured in protest

28 May 2021

Students claim eight were allegedly killed and many others were injured when police were called to quell a protest at the Sir Kashim Ibrahim College of Education in Maiduguri on […]

Empty tummy, empty head

27 May 2021

The federal government in Nigeria is “repackaging” the country’s school-feeding programme, believing that no child can learn effectively on an empty stomach. It is hoped that the revised programme would […]

Only God can stop the kidnapping of female students and teachers

19 March 2021

What is happening to education in the north of Nigeria is “worrisome, questionable and discouraging”. So said Umar Goni, a lecturer in the education faculty of the University of Maiduguri. […]

‘Uncontrollable’ children run amok

21 January 2021

Children in Kirjiri are becoming more ‘uncontrollable’ by the day because they do not go to school – they cannot go because there is no school. The community in Kirjiri […]

First the nine-month academic strike, now postponement because of COVID-19

14 January 2021

The postponement of the reopening of universities because of the coronavirus Covid-19 has left students in Maiduguri, Borno State, disappointed and frustrated. The postponement followed an Academic Staff Union nine-month […]

1,163 displaced children given a fresh chance in life

13 January 2021

On the last day of his three-day visit to Damasak in Borno State, governor Babagana Umara Zulum supervised the enrolment of 1,163 internally displaced children into primary school. The children […]

New school, new hope

9 December 2020

A group of women in Damboa has started building a school for uneducated married women. The chairman of Damboa Women’s Collaboration Council, Hauwa Chadko, told RNI that they had received […]

Strikes not fair, students tell union and government

26 November 2020

Students are pleading with the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the government to stop strikes at universities. Abba Ali kyari, a student said that children of the poor […]

Governor tackles challenges facing Sangaya schools

23 November 2020

The governor of Borno State, Babagana Umara Zulum, has set up a “high-powered transformation committee” to address the challenges facing the Sangaya education system. Also known as Almajiri, it is […]

Gender Based Violence and Rape ‘Soar’

24 September 2020

Gender based violence on the rise