Is Africa’s Workforce Ready for Industry 4.0? (The 4th Revolution)

Industry 4.0 represents the fourth industrial revolution in manufacturing and industry. It is the current industrial transformation with automation, data exchanges, cloud, cyber-physical systems, robots, Big Data, AI, IoT and (semi-) autonomous industrial techniques to realize smart industry and manufacturing goals in the intersection of people, new technologies and innovation. To Africans most of these… Read More Is Africa’s Workforce Ready for Industry 4.0? (The 4th Revolution)

Poor Funding not the Root Cause of Declining Standard of Education in Nigeria – According to Study

According to a study by Dr. Oby Ezekwesili‏ when she was the Minister of Education in Nigeria, the poor funding of education in Nigeria is not the root cause of declining standard  of education in the country. The rest of this article is a compilation of her tweets culled from a Twitter Trend where she discussed this Study and… Read More Poor Funding not the Root Cause of Declining Standard of Education in Nigeria – According to Study

Nigerian Education System is Hindering Development

For a long time Nigerian education system has been declining. Teaching methods and curricula are obsolete and less effective. Teaching environment are unconducive for learning. Teachers are poorly trained and paid. The government now uses National Youth Service Corp member (irrespective of academic training) as teachers in Secondary schools. Excursions, debates, science projects, craft making,… Read More Nigerian Education System is Hindering Development