Meet Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa: The Youngest Person Ever To Graduate From Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Currently The Youngest University Graduate In Ghana At Age 17
In 2021, Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, now 18, became the youngest university graduate in Ghana at the age of 17, having graduated from one of Ghana’s best universities, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a degree in Mathematics
Mukiish Spot, an online platform for online learning in Sierra Leone is currently recruiting professional academic tutors for its incoming online learning website and app for primary and secondary school pupils.
From A Small Rural Town In Sierra Leone To Becoming A Computer Science Professor At The University of The District of Columbia and The University of Potomac: The Inspiring Story of Professor Mohamed K. Kamara
Professor Mohamed K. Kamara is a Sierra Leonean Professor in Information Technology Security and Assurance and the first Sierra Leonean to develop the Stratford University graduate curriculum in telecommunications. He is the author of three books; The Implications of Internet Usage in Sierra Leone – 2013; The impacts of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Science Development – 2016; Securing Critical Infrastructures – 2020.
A young promising female presenter studying Mass communication, in her third year who doubles as a staff at the University’s Television station at the Canadian University of Modern Technology Juliana Elfrida Kabba has bagged an award for outstanding performance at the university.
Eager to act quickly and the world had turned its back against him, Patrice Lumumba ran to the Soviet Union for help. It was the Soviet Union who gave a listening ear to Lumumba.
Sierra Dream Sets To Inaugurate Its Maiden Western Rural Area District Inter-Secondary School Debate Championship
Sierra Dream, a young developmental organization founded by Mohamed Sahr Fofanah is set to inaugurate its maiden Western Rural Area District Inter-Secondary School Debate Championship with the theme “Engaging Pupils on Constructive Dialogue For Social Cohesion.”
Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Basic and Senior Education Bans The Selling of Valentine’s Day Gifts On School Grounds
The Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary School Education, Sierra Leone, has in a press release dated 8th February 2022 banned the selling of Valentine’s day memorabilia on school grounds.
Rebecca Kaibanya, a 14-year-old pupil of Saint Augustine Secondary School Lungi has won the 2021 United Bank for Africa Foundation National Essay Competition winning a Le 50,000,000 scholarship grant.
In a bid to improve easy and affordable Internet access on campus, the Students’ Union Government Njala University, Njala Campus has signed an MOU with Africell SL Limited.
The responsible and hardworking Students’ Union Government has, with the help of Moyamba District Council, received two garbage dumpsters to ensure clean, conducive, and breathtaking campus environment.
For the first time in 194 years, the Department of Economics and Commerce, Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone, Introduces E-commerce as a topic. The topic is being introduced by one of Fourah Bay College’s most brilliant Economists, Mr Mohamed Ibrahim Justice Ganwah
There are currently more than 1,225 officially recognised higher-education institutions in Africa, that’s according to the UniRank database. According to the QS world university ranking 2021, eleven (11) African universities made it to the list which seven (7) of those are from South Africa.
A young lecturer matches up to academic success through his passion for education and service by publishing five textbooks – an enviable record. Mohamed Ibrahim…
The African school system, one may say, is more of a “job-search” rather than a “Job creation” system. Every year, millions of young Africans graduated from their various colleges, universities, and Institutes with the hopes of getting jobs; thus flooding the job market. These youths, if asked what they want after they have graduated, will tell you “I need a job, I want to work”. Yes, we need jobs, but how about we teach them how to create jobs?