Women and Adult Education in Nigeria: The Panacea for Sustainable Grassroot Development
Published at In 2nd National Conference Proceedings Organized by the Institute of Education Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria on the theme: Development and Sustainability in Nigerian Educational System. P.77-84, ISBN-987076-998-6
Published in 2012
George Tayo Ola » Dr (Mrs) Tayo Ola GEORGE is a Nigerian female scholar, researcher and teacher. She was an ex-banker with Nigeria’s foremost bank –The United Bank for Africa PLC Lagos for eight years where she rose to the position of Senior Banking Officer (SBO) before joining Covenant University Ota in 2006 to pursue her vision of knowledge creation and impact to the younger generation. Tayo was born in... view full profile
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