Nigeria tips Malawi on education policies

The Director of Research forNational Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS), Professor Habu Galadima has said Malawi and Nigeria can strengthen education system through improved policies.

Director of researchProf.Habu Galadima L and other members of the National Institute for policy and Strategic studies - Pic by Stanley Makuti

Director of researchProf.Habu Galadima L and other members of the National Institute for policy and Strategic studies – Pic by Stanley Makuti

Speaking in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Galadima said the two countries can together find areas that need to be assisted, built on to improve education.

“Malawi and Nigeria need to fill those critical gaps that need attention to be tackled in order to improve education starting from primary to tertiary levels” he said.

Galadima added that the objective of the tour is to help experts draw new education structures and policy makers in both countries in understanding of the educational system.

He also said that the tour in Malawi will help the two countries have a good working relationship and that will not only initiate education in Nigeria but also in Africa.

According to Galadima, there are a number of education delegates that are visiting countries such as Zambia, South Africa among others that they are the sixth group visiting Southern Africa. These members of NIPSS will be in the country for 10 days.

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20 thoughts on “Nigeria tips Malawi on education policies”

  1. wovinidwa Ine says:

    Koma ku Naijiriya kuli ndalama , abale. Mpaka anthuwa kuonesa ma wochi ngati “IPhone” apa?
    Nane ndisamukila ku Abuja, baasi; ndikapeze makobiri, ndiyesenso kuvala zigabada. Ndipo ndikayesere kukongola, m’magalasi okudao.

  2. Jiggolo says:

    And they are all hiding behind sun glasses. Dzuka Malawi dzuka.

  3. Issa says:

    What is the difference between news on radio, tv and on-line? Nyasatimes learn to cook these stories fully. Short stories like these don’t make sense sometimes. Write like your boss Thom, elaborate and make sense.

  4. Jiggolo says:

    A tip from Nigeria? Over my dead body! Please don’t waste our time with corrupt policies from these fake profesors.

  5. Kamuzu says:

    Musiye kaye kuba akawalala a pa Limbe inu!

  6. nyolokan says:

    Real education reform?? Just try some from western world . I dont think Nigeria will help us on this matter.

  7. vitaliano moffolo says:

    I appreciate the development made by the director of research,as achieving educational standards can foster economic supremacy in our country.

  8. kamowa John says:

    The education systems in need to be revisted as a way of strethening them

  9. VIYAZI TEMBO says:

    LET’S HOPE IT’S NOT ABOUT SUICIDE BOMBING IMPLEMENTATION.

  10. Myao says:

    IS THIS NATIONAL POLICY WHAT WHAT IN MALAWI OR NIGERIA??

  11. KACHOLOLA says:

    Quality of education in malawi cannot improve because of delays in paying salaries to teachers, poor vonditions of service, teachers salaries ans benefits are lower compared to neighbourung countries,just know that teachers salaries for june were paid on 15th july,salaries for july will be paid to teachers on 20th september,should we expect to improve education in malawi with such frustrations?

  12. Kaziwiziwi says:

    MR VINCENT GHAMBI, OUR MP

    HERE @NGARAMU, KAPORO; ESCOM HAD TAKEN AWAY OUR TRANSFORMER & OUR SCHOOL KAPORO CDSS BA PSLCE, JC NA MSCE BAKALEMBA KWAMBULA MAGESI NA SONO TRANSFORMER BANDABIKE! TADANDAULA BANA BITHU BA SUKULU KUNO, TABEYA!

    KATUNDU WITHU WAMAGESI WAKUNANGIKA, NA MA BIZINESI GHAMALA!

    TOVWIRENI DADA WITHU KUNO KU NGARAMU, TAVUKA NA MDIMA!

  13. C Sekeani says:

    Yes, this is what Africa needs – Pan Africanism, unify and integrate our Educational systems for the purposes of development. ‘One Africa one nation’

  14. Sapitwa says:

    Inu amenewo! Mutavala ma agabada anu.
    Tiphunzitseni kubvala zimenezi, mwina nkukhalako ndi nzeru.

  15. Real Patriot says:

    Nigeria my foot.Kodi amalawi tasowa ma role models.By 2020 we will be Professors like in Nigeria.Ma Oga amakuuza kuti ali ndi doctorate koma akugulitsa fake perfumes mu devil street telling you that my friend jobs are scarce in Abuja.These are the foreign investors in Malawi.Nyemba ndi mtedza ndizokolora zimene akulamula ma Burundi.Malawians are being ripped off in day light.Malawi cannot have proper markets so that its farmers should benefit from it.Ma lorry a mtedza,nyemba,mpunga and soya akudutsa muma roadblock onse manned with policemen with guns going through the north to wherever destination.Cry my beloved Malawi.

  16. lesta says:

    Hahaha,Malawi depends only one educational policy,the quota system,why didn’t you tell these Nigerians the truth? there is nothing good any country can learn from Malawian educational policy-the quota system,tell the Nigerians the truth,why hide?

  17. Chikopa says:

    Why not go to Maiduguri and teach Boko Haram guys about your policies. Why are you guyz here? I smell shit here! Nigerians ndizinyama zoopsa kwambiri. Kapena afuna kuyambitsa ka university kawo? Chonde ndimasuleni! Viwana va mahuli!

  18. abale samalani says:

    Education indeed
    They will teach you how to operate boko haram like

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