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Revive Reading Culture – Deputy Speaker To Students 

  By Oduyemi Odumade   The Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Mr. Benjamin Kalu, has urged Nigerian students to prioritize and revive the reading culture as a means of understanding the world and finding innovative solutions to societal challenges. Speaking at a Young Leadership Clinic event held at the Social Science Lecture Theatre, University of Abuja, the Deputy Speaker emphasized the importance of imbibing a reading culture, stating […]

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Don Hails ITF For Stimulating Reading Culture

A Professor of Library and Information Science from the University of Jos, Vicki Lawal has lauded the Industrial Training Fund, ITF for cultivating the reading culture among Nigerians especially its workforce and neighboring communities through its Library Week celebration. Prof. Lawal, who is also a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, gave the commendation in Jos, Plateau State during the Fund’s 16th Library Week celebration […]

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Nigeria Gradually Losing Reading Culture – Amb Igali

A former Ambassador to Scandinavian countries (Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway), Ambassador Godknows Igali has lamented that Nigeria is gradually losing its reading culture. Amb. Igali stated this in Abuja at a reading colloquium" appraising the aesthetics of a reading culture in Nigeria. Igali who explained that reading is beyond relating with ideas written with ink on paper, added that man has been reading before the evasion of technology. "The […]

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