Prince Charles has attacked British schools for failing to install ‘character’ in pupils and making them virtually unemployable.
The Prince said the education system is leaving children bereft of vital life skills and unable to develop the confidence needed to develop into successful adults. While conceding the importance of academic education, Charles stressed pupils need to be taught to cope with the world that awaits them if they were to have a chance of getting a job.
The Lagos State government has revealed that at least, 388,864 Nigerians were infected with the HIV disease in 2011.
Quoting the National AIDS Control Agency statistics at a one-day HIV Prevention and HTC Workshop organised by his office in conjunction with Lagos State AIDS Control Agency, LSACA, in Surulere, Lagos on Thursday, Special Adviser to the Governor on Youth and Social Development, Dr. Dolapo Badru said there were 388,864 fresh cases of HIV reported as at the end of 2011.