…when it comes to creativity and ingenuity, Ngor Okpala leads others follow.
Prince Collins Aboego, who recently waded in to salvage the decaying education system in Nigeria was yesterday spotted with his UK college of business and computing/Bath SPA University colleagues at the famous British National Maritimes Museum Greenwich, London.
This is coming few weeks after his Plagiarism Checker proposal to the Federal Government of Nigeria was approved.
The plagiarism checker technology reviews articles, books, periodicals, projects, thesis and other academic works to help makers, publishers, teachers, project supervisors, students, researchers and columnists detect possible literary theft to reduce the alarming rate of copyright infringements in Nigeria.
The plagiarism checking software application will no doubt help students to hone their research skills, encourage hardwork among students of higher institutions of learning and indeed improve the quality of education in Nigeria by helping students and writers stay within the regulatory and ethical limits, which is a precondition of excelling in any academic field of endeavour.
It is apposite to note that this initiative of Prince Collins is billed to create thousands of adhoc jobs for our undergraduates and graduates whose services will be needed in programming, coding, scanning and inputing projects of students written in the last 5 years in all the federal universities of Nigeria in to the server.
Prince Collins is a Nigerian, an imolite and nwa afor Ngor Okpala.
The Prince of Ohakelem kingdom!
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