Winners have emerged in the 2021 President’s Teachers and Schools Excellence Award (PTSEA), which was held on October 5, 2021 at the Eagle Square in Abuja with the theme, “Teachers at the heart of education recovery”.
Adeola Joseph Oloruntoba, a graduate of the Department of Mathematics of the Faculty of Physical Sciences had a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.92 in a 5.0 grading system.
He receives the University Merit Award among other beneficiaries.
The winners of the 2021 Nigeria Climate Innovation Center (NCIC) Embryo Incubation Programme (EIP), sponsored by the All On Hub have emerged.
The winners and members of the 2021 cohort, who were announced on September 27, 2021, after a Demo Day pitch event held in Ajah, Lagos, were: Dalsman Tech, Darlton Consult, Bebeque Limited, D’Suon Limited, Artec-hubs, DiamundGates Ltd, Trekk Scooters, SiriusX Energy, Susten Solutions, Aglobe Development Center, Drift Power, ArleeGreen Renewables, Vdverts, Think Electric Africa, WakaGen, Zimaj Craft Enterprise, Iyfarm, Vectar Energy, Lanray Technical Solutions, and YOWIF.
Twenty clean energy start-ups, from over 400 original applications successfully completed a 6-month incubation programme run by the NCIC.
Abanika Taiye has emerged winner of the 2021 Maltina Teacher of the Year Award organised by Nigeria Breweries through its flagship malt brand Maltina.
Abanika Taiye, a basic technology teacher with James Hope Royal College, Agbor, Delta State received a total cash prize of 6.5 million Naira (₦1,500,000 immediately and ₦1,000,000 every year for the next five years) from the Nigerian Breweries/Felix Ohiwerei Trust Fund.
He will also be part of an all-expense paid capacity development training abroad, while a fully-equipped computer laboratory or six-classroom block worth ₦20,000,000 will be built in his school.
The winners were announced on October 15, 2020 at the grand finale of the 2021 Maltina Teacher of the year award ceremony event at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.