Thursday 30 April 2020

9Mobile Steps In To Support E-Learning In Nigeria!

To support the Federal Governments' E-Learning program, especially during the COVID19 period, 9mobile network has given free data access to Nigerian students and the general public .  

 SchoolGate | Qualitative Education for Everyone

According to Ministry of Education this can be accessed through the following E-learning portals:

1.National Open University - 

2.Khan Academy - 

3.Seesaw - 


5.MobileClassroom - 

The public has been advised to visit any of the listed portals to access learning resources. Feedbacks can be relayed via Facebook-@NigEducation, Twitter-@NigEducation and

 If you encounter any challenge in the process of accessing the learning materials or challenges with the materials itself, Feel free to contact the Director, Information, and Communication Technology.

Wednesday 29 April 2020

Photo Speaks: Nigeria Vice President In A Session On Economic Sustainability With Ministers!

Nigeria Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, with some Ministers in the committee on Economic Sustainability, during a recent meeting geared towards developing a comprehensive economic policy to fit the realities thrown up by the COVID19 pandemic.

Vice President In A Meeting With The Committee on Economic Sustainability


Photo Credit: @ProfOsinbajo

Thursday 23 April 2020

Nigerian Mission in Lebanon Demands That Slave Trade Victim Be Returned To The Mission In Good Health!

Update on Lebanese who put up a Nigerian girl for sale on Facebook: According to Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Lebanese Government has issued a statement describing the act as illegal, inhuman, even as it promises to prosecute the offender for trafficking.

Left: Alleged Seller, Right: Victim, Busari Peace

It will be recalled that a man who resides in Beirut- Lebanon and identified as  Jerro, recently put up the passport of a Nigerian lady identified as Busari Peace, on a Facebook group- ‘Buy and Sell in Lebanon’.
The advert read: “Domestic worker from Nigeria for sale with new legal documents. She’s 30 years old, she’s very active and very clean. Price: $1,000,” the user wrote in Arabic.

The page and post were later deleted but not until Facebook users already took snapshots. 
The Nigerian mission in Lebanon has demanded that the girl be returned in good health to the mission.

Reacting to this, the Lebanese government has announced the arrest of Mr. Wael Jerro for further prosecution on the crime.

Tuesday 21 April 2020

Hurray.....The KKB Show Is Back!

Childhood years has always been associated with loads of fun activities, memories we carry through life. The friends we made, fun we had, can not be rivaled. While some of these memories are inevitable like: birthdays, family reunions, school excursions, summer camping and retreats, even weddings parties, others, are intentionally created to be part our childhood. One of such is The KKB Show, by Happy Face Entertainment.

The show has over the years produced stars like the sensational Teni, and lots of brilliant children who have grown to make their parents and the country proud, in their various field of endeavors. 

What are you waiting for?, Hurry, follow any of the links below to keep in touch with The KKB Show’s activities. Whilest at it, don’t forget to get your children registered today.

Tuesday 14 April 2020

#covid19: Nigeria Records 19 New Cases!

The Nigerian Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported nineteen new cases of the Corona virus
Lagos - 14
Federal Capital Territory (FCT) - 2, 
Kano - 1
Akwa Ibom - 1
Edo state - 1.

Photo source: NCDC

According to NCDC, as at 09:20 pm, 14th April, 2020,  there are 362 confirmed cases of #covid19 reported in Nigeria. 99 have been discharged with 11 deaths.

UN Donates Ventilators & Personal Protective Supplies To Nigeria!

To help countries scale up testing, treat more patients, and ensure health workers are protected, the United Nations embarked on the distribution of medical supplies for frontline health workers in all African countries. 

Photo Source: WHO, African region



Consequently, on Tuesday, 14th April, 2020, Nigeria received ventilators and personal protective supplies to help in the combat against the corona virus pandemic.