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Medical expert, Professor Olusanya Arise, made the announcement yesterday at the Southwest, Northwest and Southeast Awards (SNEAWARDS), the South African Regional Economic and Economic Examination Agency, a concert and Africa-based South Africa. Skills Center (ASC).
Awake, addressing a meeting of students and industry captains at an event in Abuja, urged Nigerians with high blood pressure and hypertension “not to make fun of the cashew nut solution, by making its pieces boiled in water solution, by eating regularly. ”
Arise, of the University of Ilorin, Kwara State, also advises Nigerians, especially workers, to make time for their health, noting that the most preventable deaths are caused by neglecting "small, small things."
In the visual education award program, held to honor the principles of COVID-19, less than 20 professors from various disciplines, 10 Philosophy Degree (Ph.D) executives and several industry captains, participated.
The keynote speaker at the event, Senate Leader, Prof. Ajayi Boroffice, has urged Nigerians to respect hard work, as it is the only way to improve humanity.
He said, "while progress in the education sector is at the forefront of government's problems, the reality remains that it is because of concerted efforts that we can advance our country's knowledge and economy."
Borrofice is particularly urged for the involvement of the private sector in the development of education in Nigeria.
And in his remarks, another guest speaker, Mr Jerry Vreeman, Director of Leadership in Obscurity Network in the United States of America (USA), urged Nigerians to be committed and not to give up on development issues affecting their community.
He said, "For example, this fight aimed at improving the Nigerian education system, organized by the ASC and SNEAAWARDS, is a self-sacrificing effort, as its organizers do not take salaries."
Following the event, ASC Director and Chairperson, SNEAWARDS Resource Assessment Committee, Pastor Honey Olawale, explained that the forum was aimed at ensuring that technical education is included in the syllabus of all educational institutions in Nigeria. .
"Today's program is specifically designed to address the problem of tooth decay in the Nigerian education system, with the aim of presenting our submissions to the provincial government," he told reporters.
“For example, at the ASC, our skills acquisition programs are free of charge and are intended to better analyze the African education system, to elevate theoretical and theoretically, and to adopt practical knowledge.
"While we want Nigerian schools to renovate their syllabuses with tangible activities such as woodworking, metallurgy, texture, automotive engineering and the like, we are starting to set an example for academic renewal," he said.
At the event, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, emerged as the leading public university of the year, while Gregory University, in Abia State, picked up higher education university degrees.
The leading public university of the year was won by Ladoke Akintola University (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo State.
Also, less than 27 donors have won the Outstanding Teacher of the Year award, while many other Nigerians have emerged as academic ambassadors